Lyta, who recently signed for Naira Marley’s Marlian Music, has been accused of plagiarizing the “Just Right” music video of South Korean boy band GOT7 for his newly released video for ‘Hold Me Down’.
The video which has racked up over 400,000 views bears obvious resemblance with GOT7 Just Right which was released in 2016.
The similarities were noticed by K-Pop fans long to notice the significant similarities between “Hold Me Down” and the music video for GOT7’s hit “Just Right”.
Breaking down the two videos, koreaboo found that the “Hold Me Down” music video opens with a woman sitting in front of her vanity table in a bright and colorful bedroom. Then, she decides to open the drawers—only to find a tiny version of Lyta inside, sitting on a makeup cushion while singing.
This opening music scenes according to Koreaboo is similar to that of GOT7’s “Just Right” starts with a girl sitting at a vanity table. Even the placement of the furniture and framing of the shot is the same in these two music videos. Instead of putting on makeup, “Just Right”‘s female protagonist uses a facial cleansing brush as her drawers begin to shake.
She, too, peers inside, in a near-identical shot to that in “Hold Me Down”. When she opens the drawer, a tiny version of GOT7’s Jackson is performing on a makeup cushion.
Pics credit: Koreaboo