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News Hip-Hop Artists Beat Rap
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Written by Robert ID2683   
Thursday, 01 June 2006 15:01

Hip-hop artists Ludacris and Kanye West have beat the copyright infringement case that was brought against them by some musicians from New Jersey.

The case was over the top selling hip-hop track ‘Stand Up’ released by the rap artists in 2003.

After a two-week trial in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, the verdict took less than 24 hours to return.

The plaintiffs plan to appeal the verdict.

In true hip-hop fashion, Ludacris posed for pictures and signed autographs for the many hip-hop fans on hand. Rap artist Kanye West did not attend the function.

News Hip-Hop Artists Beat Rap

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