Madonna Accuses Tory Lanez Of Illegally Using ‘Into The Groove’


Pop superstar Madonna has accused Tory Lanez of illegally using her 1985 song “Into The Grove” for his recent track “Pluto’s Last Comet.”

“Pluto’s Last Comet, which features on Lanez’ recent sixth album Alone At Prom, seems to be heavily inspired by the Queen of Pop’s 1985 song, which was written for the soundtrack of the comedy-drama Desperately Seeking Susan.

In order to get his attention, Madonna commented on Lanez’ recent Instagram posts. “Read your messages for illegal usage of my song get into the groove!” Madonna wrote in the public comment from her own verified Instagram account.

“Into the Groove,” written and produced by Madonna and Stephen Bray, was first featured in the 1985 film Desperately Seeking Susan, starring Madonna in the title role.

“Pluto’s Last Comet,” written by Lanez and produced by Orlando tha Great and Chaz Jackson, dropped this month.

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