You know, I’m very happy that Ed Sheeran won his court battle. It seems that the Marvin Gaye estate has a habit of waiting until a song becomes really popular to accuse someone of alleged “copyright infringement.” Too bad Robin Thicke wasn’t so lucky. That goes to show you, despite the fact that technically no one is really buying music anymore as a result of streaming, yet, there is now enough money within music streaming to now make money buy accusing others of copyright infringement. It’s impossible in the age of streaming, not to hear a song that sounds like someone else. You really need concrete proof, other than “his song sounds like mine.” Don’t get me wrong, I understand the music business is a dirty business. But, someone who has no relation to each other, or who have never even cross paths with each other, should not be made a target for accusations. Hopefully Sheeran’s court case would make someone think twice about trying to make money from an artist by lying.