Skrillex responds to copyright infringement allegations with a tutorial video on how he produced “Sorry”

Pending recent legal allegations facing him and “Sorry” partner Justin Beiber, Skrillex has decided to take on social media to defend their hit collaboration. White Hinderland, real name Casey Deinel, warned the duo back in December of copy right infringement of her song “Ring The Bells” where Skrillex allegedly took the vocals from her track; apparently Deinel didn’t take too kindly to the rejection. This past week, charges have been placed and immediate removal of the song as well as financial compensation are in order.

Skrillex, however, is not going down without a fight. Posted on Facebook last night, the icon went back to the original stems of the song dissecting the track, specifically the chords where “Ring The Bells” and “Sorry” have similarities. After this, it looks like Skrillex might just have a stronger defense than expected. Only time will tell.

Watch the video below and let us know what you think in the comments.


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