Orange County – Two original members of R&B band Blackstreet have sued two former members for trademark and copyright infringement for using Blackstreet songs without authorization and for confusing consumers into believing that the entire band would be performing at concerts.
The band’s most famous song, “No Diggity”, became a number one hit in 1996. The original members claim that the former members used a complete set of Blackstreet songs on a European tour and also used old group photos to promote and sell tickets to concerts, all without authorization. The action is pending in Virginia federal court. To continue reading, click here: Blackstreet Band Sues Former Members.