Huffpost Black Voices Accused Of Ripping Arty & Mat Zo's Track For New Single, 'Let's Go'

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Bad news for, who is said to have stolen a track from house producers Mat Zo and Arty. "Let's Go," the song in question, features Chris Brown and happens to share the same name as a song by house producer Calvin Harris (that one features Ne-Yo, so the rubric is essentially identical).

It also sounds extremely similar to "Rebound," a dance track produced by Zo and Arty. (Take a listen to the two songs at the bottom of this article.) In a series of tweets, Arty explained that no one had approached Anjunabeats, the trance label run by massive dance trio Above & Beyond, to clear the song. HuffPost has reached out to's label for comment and will update this post if additional information becomes available.

They never cleared rights through Anjunabeats, who's only one label, who ownes the rights for "Rebound".

Jono Grant of Above & Beyond reportedly tweeted about the situation but has since deleted any posts (he did retweet Arty's first tweet on the matter). Zo, who produced "Rebound" with Arty, appears to have deleted his Twitter account, but posted a curt message on Facebook: "Will I'm Not..."

As is usually the case, Brown at once seemed enraged and nonplussed:

Chris Brown
I don't even know who mat zo Or arty is? I ain't got shit to do wit if ur mad or not. Someone asked for a feature on a record and I did it.

Chris Brown
I don't listen to that shit half the time anyway.

He followed up the angry messages with a lighter note:

"Let's Go" is off's upcoming album, "#THATPOWER." Unfortunately, this is hardly the first time has been accused of stealing a song. He's currently being sued over "Scream & Shout," his lead single with Britney Spears, and dance blog Dancing Astronaut notes that another song on the album also echoes a previously existing house track.

In any case, take Google's word for it.

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Arty & Mat Zo - Rebound feat. Chris Brown - Let's Go

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