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TaeTiSeo's New Single "Holler" is Under Question of Plagiarism by Netizens

The newly released single of TaeTiSeo said to be plagirized

Sep 19, 2014 09:12 AM BST
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The new single of TaeTiSeo is under questions of being a remake song.

The single "Holler" which has just been released this September 16, has gone into international charts and even has been viewed over one million times is now being questioned as a netizen posted on a forum that “Holler” has the same tune of a Japanese song which was released in 2007.

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Mizrock’s "Hello Me!" was the song being referred to as the song wherein TaeTiSeo got their single. Netizens then listened to the same song and were in wonder if it is in question for plagiarism or just simply a song in remake.

Since, TaeTiSeo's agency, SM Entertainment has never told the fact that "Holler" was a remaked song, netizens and fans then speculated tht the song plagiarized the original.

Then SM Entertainment clarified, “The composers gave the same song to TaeTiSeo and Mizrock. TaeTiSeo’s “Holler” is reproduction of the original song, with modifications to the composition, and through the restructuring, SM has the right to use this song worldwide, even in Japan.”

The agency pointed out that "Holler is not a remaked song of "Hello Me!" but instead a new song with new tune and composition.

SM Entertainment has been quite famous for song reproduction like the songs of TVXQ's "Mirotic" and SHINee's "Juliet."

Have you compared the two songs?

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