It seems like everybody loves the new Adele album. Everybody except Ahmet Kaya fans, who are accusing the singer of stealing.
The song in question is "Million Years Ago," a tearjerker from Adele's new album, "25," recently performed on NBC's "Today" show. Take a listen to the song.
Some fans say it sounds like Ahmet Kaya's song from 1985.
Do the melodies share similarities? Sure. Do we think Adele is a fan of Turkish music from the '80s and deliberately stole this? Or is it a coincidence? We'll find out if she ends up in court like other music moguls have this year.
But the same couldn't be said for Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams, whose song "Blurred Lines" sounded too similar to Marvin Gaye's "Gotta Give It Up." Thicke and Williams had to cough up a cool $5.3 million.
There's still no word from Adele's camp regarding the accusations, just the news that the singer is projected to sell 5 million copies of her album in its first three weeks.
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