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Lorde accused Good Music label owner and former artist of stealing. The singer took to her Instagram story to claim Kanye West and Kid Cudi stole the design for the floating, glass rectangular box they performed in at Camp Flog Gnaw this weekend from her.Photo Courtesy of Instagram/@LordeMusic

“I’m proud of the work I do and it’s flattering when other artists feel inspired by it, to the extent that they choose to try it on themselves,” she wrote on Instagram. “But don’t steal — not from women or anyone else — not in 2018 or ever.” The floating stage was created by Es Devlin and Lord and debuted during her 2017 Coachella performance.Photo Courtesy of Instagram/@Lordemusic

Es Devlin has been working with Kanye West for over a decade with his stage design. They even did the stage for his Saint Pablo Tour. Lorde shouldn’t be upset by this at all. It’s 2018, nothing is original anymore. Everybody takes from everybody nowadays. I’m pretty sure her music has some samples from other artist. Lorde wasn’t the first artist to perform in a glass box.

Justin Bieber performed in a clear glass box during his 2016 Purpose tour. Earlier this year, A$AP Rocky was part of the performance installation “Lab Rat,” while promoting his album Testing. Kendrick Lamar’s BRIT Awards performance also included a… you guessed it, glass box. So, either a lot of artists are stealing the sauce or modern artists just like being trapped in a glass case of emotions.


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