Cardi B Sued by Producers Claiming ‘Enough (Miami)’ Infringed on Their ‘Reservation Dogs’ Song

Cardi B has been sued by a pair of producers for copyright infringement. Joshua Fraustro and Miguel Aguilar, who also go by Kemika1956, claim Cardi stole the beat used in their song “Greasy Frybread” to create her own “Enough (Miami).”

In a complaint filed in Texas on July 3, Fraustro and Aguilar accuse Cardi B and the song’s producers — James D. Steed (DJ Swanqo) and Joshua Parker (OG Parker) — of copyright infringement of their song “Greasy Frybread” featuring Punkin’ Lusty. Fraustro and Aguilar issued their complaint in United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas.

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The suit alleges the 2021 single gained popularity after it was featured in the FX series “Reservation Dogs,” according to an initial report by Billboard. The song was used in episode four of the series with verses from Indigenous rapper Sten Joddi. Atlantic Records, Celebrity Booking Agency and Warner Music Group are also listed as defendants.

Representatives for Cardi B and Atlantic Records did not immediately respond to Variety‘s request for comment.

Fraustro and Aguilar are seeking damages for for copyright infringement, unfair competition, and misappropriation.

“Enough (Miami)” was released in March earlier this year as Cardi’s second single of the year. She followed up with her feature on Shakira’s “Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran.” Cardi has not released a full-length album since her acclaimed “Invasion of Privacy,” which made her the first female rapper in history to win a Grammy for best rap album in 2019. Still, Cardi boasts several commercially successful singles and collaborations including “WAP” with Megan Thee Stallion, and “Put It On Da Floor Again” with Latto, among others.

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