It seems that BeyoncÃ©’s label didn’t bother to ask permission before recording “Still In Love (Kissing You),” which was originally recorded by Des’ree under the title “I’m Kissing You,” BeyoncÃ©â€™s camp tried to obtain permission to re-record the song-but failed. Beyoncé then allegedly blew off the copyright laws.
â€œIt was one of my all-time favorite songs,â€ she said. â€œSo I just did it for myself â€” a lot of songs, I do like that â€” and I let people hear it and they were like, â€˜You are crazy, you have to put it on the album.â€™ So I did. It was a last-minute decision.â€
BeyoncÃ© explained to MTV earlier this year that the song wasnâ€™t originally intended for the album. MTV states the singer and her label have agreed to stop distributing the albums and an accompanying music video DVD that included the song â€” at least until a preliminary injunction hearing on May 4th. » Read More