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Producer: Future Cut
Main genre: Soul / Funk / Disco
Producer: Glenn Skinner
Main genre: Rock / Pop
Contributed by daftandchildish (5 submissions)
Pretty obvious that the intention was to recreate De La Soul's track. The phrasing of the chorus on Little Mix song is almost identical to Ring Ring Ha Ha Hey, while the phrasing on Curiosity Killed the Cat's track is slightly different.I do think it's possible that Little Mix's producers just took the original Whatnauts and Honey Drippers samples and recreated the instrumental, but this interpolation is definitely leaning more towards De La, regardless of how they credited it.
yeh the sample is clearly the De La one; De La incorporates this, but the vocals on the Little Mix song are pretty much just word for word draws from Ring Ring Ring. It's even more obvious with the same use of the Help is On The Way sample. Epic fail moderators
I actually originally included the De La Soul sample but the moderators changed it to this sample, I guess.
And what about De La Soul sample?
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