Ariana Grande is being accused of plagiarizing her new track, "Be Alright."
According to a new report from Breath Heavy, a number of fans have been pointing out the similarities between Grande's new track "Be Alright" and a 2015 track released by Mura Masa and Nao, "Firefly," which was released last year.
Several fans took to Twitter to point out the likeness of the two tracks - which can both be listened to below - with several calling out Grande and "Be Alright's" producer for "ripping off" the 2015 track.
"Can't believe the producer of Ariana Grande's song 'Be Alright' copied ('ripped off') Mura Masa's song 'Firefly.' Not cool!," Twitter user @JonZarlengz wrote on March 23, while @LUCALUSH wrote, "Ariana grande's team ripped mura masa - 'firefly.' Soundcloud has crossed over to the mainstream & the future of pop music is upon us."