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Ed Sheeran target of $20 million copyright lawsuit

LOS ANGELES (AP) — British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is facing a $20 million lawsuit alleging he used another song as the basis for his international hit "Photograph." The suit accusing him of copyright infringement was filed Wednesday in Los Angeles by Martin Harrington and Tom Leonard, composers of the song "Amazing." City News Service cites court documents that say "Amazing" and "Photograph" are nearly identical in pitch, tempo and structure.

Highlights: Drake embaces inner meme on SNL

It doesn't seem that long that Drake was best known as Wheelchair Jimmy in Canadian television's coming of age show, "Degrassi High." Toronto's first citizen has made large strides since those awkward days of his on-screen prepubescent school years to become one of the leaders in Canadian pop culture, and if the charts have anything to say about it, American music.