According to legal documents obtained by The Times Daily, the artists are accused of using an unauthorized sample on "Come Back Baby" a standout track from Push'a 2018 album DAYTONA. FAME Enterprises Inc. filed a lawsuit two weeks ago in Circuit Court of Colbert County, Alabama, claiming "Come Back Baby" is a sample from George Jackson's 1972 record "I Can't Do Without You" which FAME produced and owns.
An FAME said the unauthorized, unlicensed sample was:
Never have I been locked up in a world of misery
I need you darlin' to set me free
Come back, baby, try me one more time
Ooh, baby, I'm bout to go out of my mind
The plaintiff is suing "for disgorgement of profits, compensatory, consequential, incidental and punitive damages in an amount to be determined by the trier of facts in this case, plus statutory fines, cost interest and expenses" UMG Recordings, Def Jam, and G.O.O.D. Music are listed as co-defendants.