Cedric Gervais discusses upcoming collaboration with Gwen Stefani and legal dispute with Tyga
Following the recent launch of his My House podcast, Cedric Gervais opened up about what’s next on his horizon. As “Love Again” paves the way as his first single for an upcoming, but still heavily in-the-works, album, his next focus looks towards collaborating with a beloved pop icon. Unfortunately, as Gervais explains, a “Summertime Sadness” original follow-up with Lana Del Rey is out of the question as “she is in her own world,” but next on his radar is Gwen Stefani, who shares a spot on the Interscope roster with the Grammy-winning remixer. “[Interscope] definitely wants me to do something, featuring me [with Stefani],” Gervais explains. “It’s actually a song I have ready to go. Interscope and Polydor in the UK are trying to find somebody big for the song.”
The discussion continued to explore details about Tyga’s illegal use of Gervais’s original, “Molly.” “They stole my song!” he exclaimed. “Then they put my name on it, thinking that it would be okay.” According to the producer, the rapper, who released a song sampling his original under the same name in March of 2013, never contacted him for rights for the song and the lawsuit, which was filed two and a half years ago, continues to remain unresolved.
Via: Mr. Wavvy