Azealia Banks Accuses Lady Gaga Of Stealing 'ARTPOP' Song Title 'Red Flame'

19 September 2013, 16:09

The rapper says she and Gaga worked on the track a while ago and that she has now used the title for her album.

Azealia Banks has accused Lady Gaga of stealing a song title from her for the US singer's new album 'ARTPOP'.

The '212' rapper claims the pair worked on a song called 'Red Flame' together some time ago and that Gaga has used the name for a song from her upcoming third studio record.

"Make sure u let them know where u got the title for red flame from," Azealia tweeted to the 'Applause' singer on Tuesday (17th September). "U stole that from the demo I sent u.

"Life is great. You can have it. Plenty more where that came from," she later added. "Seriously… This one is free. Next time I'm charging."

This week Lady Gaga opened up about what fans can expect from the record, promising it will sound like "a night at the club" when people listen to it from start to finish.

Check out a picture of the US star in California this week below (Credit: X17 Online):

Lady Gaga releases 'ARTPOP' on 11th November.

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