Lana Del Rey Confirms Radiohead Lawsuit Is Over


"Now that my lawsuit's over, I guess I can sing that song any time I want, right", she told fans.

She was playing Sao Paolo's Interlagos racetrack for Lollapalooza Sao Paulo 2018.

In January Far Out Magazine reported the news that Radiohead's lawsuit against Del Rey was built on the comparisons between well-known 90s single "Creep" and Del Rey's track "Get Free".

The ongoing dispute between Radiohead and Lana Del Rey has diminished completely.

Del Rey claimed that the band was asking for 100 percent royalties from the song "Get Free" and would not settle with her offer of forty percent. Their lawyers have been relentless, so we will deal with it in court'.

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Radiohead's publisher, Warner/Chappell, subsequently released a statement clarifying their part in the situation.

She said that the publishers were attempting to take "100% of publishing [royalties]" but they later denied that, claiming that no lawsuit had been filed.

This resulted in them being sued by the track's writers Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood where they were forced to receive co-writing credits and a good chunk of the song's earnings.

Get Free is a cut off Lana's fifth and latest studio album Lust For Life, whereas Creep appeared on Radiohead's inaugural album Pablo Honey.