Will.i.am admits: Copyright infringement on Track with Chris Brown

Will.i.am admits: Will.I.Am has come out and faced off with the accusations that he has used parts of the track "Rebound" from Arty and Mat Zo for his song "Let's Go" featuring Chris Brown. Not only has he faced those accusations, but Will.I.Am has admitted to copyright infringement on those accusations according to MSN Music on April 23, 2013.

After hearing the track on YouTube, Arty took to Twitter and went off on Will.I.Am for stealing the beats and part of their song. The problem is that it doesn't appear as if the issue is settled as of yet even though Will.I.Am makes it appear as if it is.

Will.I.Am spoke with KISS FM:

"Arty is a dope producer so I wrote this song to 'Rebound' this last year." He said, "I got in touch with Arty and showed it to him, did a different version to it because I asked him [to] make it newer, because I don't just want to take your song and rap over it," he said. "But in a year's time, time's gone by [and] we preferred writing over and using the [original] 'Rebound.' Something happened and the clearance ... hopefully we resolved the issue."

Ever since the accusations came forth from Arty, the artist has not said anything else about it.

Will.I.Am is the only one expressing that the two have talked it over and worked everything out. Chris Brown doesn't seem to care about it and Arty isn't speaking anymore about the whole ordeal. None the less, Will.I.Am admits to copyright infringement, but maybe that's the way to settle it all.