“All of them sound ‘similar’ to each other. But do you understand why? Because they all use the same harmony ring,” said RIN9.
April 11 evening, Phuong Anh Fee Launching a new music product called Sad Can’t Let Go along with 2 members RIN9, MiiNa in a rookie group called DREAMeR.
Sad Can’t Let Go – DREAMeR (Fei Phuong Anh x RIN9 x MiiNa)
Every time Phi Phuong Anh’s products are released, there are controversial days. Not to mention her acting skills, what netizens are discussing right now is the melody of her new song.
Right from the first note, hardcore Kpop fans feel very familiar when hitting Sick Enough To Die MC Mong seems to have a low profile here. Song Korean pop This used to storm in Vietnam more than 10 years ago.
Many netizens even pointed out that DREAMeR’s product is a “mixture” of a series of popular Kpop songs: On Rainy Days (BEAST), Happen (Heize),…
So right away, Phi Phuong Anh brought “brick and stone” home with a new song.
To this day, RIN9 – the composer of the song Sad Can’t Let Go officially spoke out on this matter.
Accordingly, in the clip, the producer gives a very familiar explanation for all other plagiarism suspicions as “have the same circle of harmony”:
“I have listened to all the songs that the audience listed, thinking that they are similar to my songs. They all sound ‘similar’ to each other. But do you understand why? Because they all use the same ring. harmony”, RIN9 said.
On the other hand, he asserts that songs with the same harmony can all be sung together, and that having the same harmony in Pop music is “an understandable thing”.
For clarity, RIN9 gives the scores of all 3 songs Sad Can’t Let Go, Sick Enough To Die and Sick Enough To Die Pt.2 for comparison.
It can be seen that, according to the structure given by him, it is clear that the new product of the group DREAMeR has a structure that is almost completely different from the two products of MC Mong. The only similarities are the notes music at the beginning of the sentence.
Currently, Phi Phuong Anh’s new MV has a low number of views. Specifically, after many hours of broadcasting, the MV Sad Can’t Let Go only 240,000 views.
According to Vietnamnet
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