The Indian song that copied the soundtrack from Coldplay without giving any credit is called “Prada” by the artist named The Doorbeen. The song, which was released in 2019, features a melody that is nearly identical to Coldplay’s hit song “Something Just Like This,” which was released in 2017.
It is not uncommon for artists to draw inspiration from one another or sample elements of each other’s work, but it is important to give credit where credit is due. In this case, The Doorbeen failed to acknowledge that they had used the melody from Coldplay’s song, which is a violation of copyright law.
The Doorbeen have faced criticism from fans of Coldplay, who have accused the Indian duo of plagiarism. However, The Doorbeen have not responded to the accusations and have not publicly acknowledged the similarity between their song and Coldplay’s “Something Just Like This.”
This incident highlights the importance of respecting intellectual property rights and giving credit where credit is due. It also serves as a reminder that copyright laws exist to protect artists and their work, and that violations can have serious consequences.