Ariana Grande
Singer Ariana Grande performs during KIIS-FM Wango Tango concert at StubHub Center in Carson, U.S., May 14, 2016. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Ariana Grande has joined the list of artists who have been sued for song plagiarism as of late. The 23-year-old pop princess is being accused of ripping off an EDM tune for her 2014 smash hit single and David Guetta collaboration, “One Last Time.”

Songwriter and producer Alex Greggs claims that some parts of the song have dramatic similarities to his 2012 song “Takes All Night,” performed by Skye Stevens. According to TMZ, Greggs asserts that not only the music but also some lyrics of his song have been copied, like “take(s) [or taking] you home.” He is said to be seeking a portion of the profits from Grande’s hit song, which peaked at No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart following its release in February 2015.

Compare the two tracks below:

Watch: Ariana Grande 'One Last Time' official video

Watch: Skye Stevens 'Takes All Night'

Greggs also has his fair share of success. He is the creative mind behind a number of biggest hits in pop music, having written music for the likes of Michael Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Lady Gaga and Justin Timberlake.

It can be recalled from last year that the same hit has faced a similar controversy. Its music video has been accused of copying the concept from a clip released in 2014 by the Australian group SAFIA. The issue was later dissolved after the group stated that there is no way to prove that Grande’s music video was influenced by their clip “You Are The One” and may have been just a coincidence that is common in the music industry.

News of the plagiarism lawsuit for “One Last Time” surfaced just hours after Demi Lovato was revealed to be facing legal action from Brooklyn-based indie band Sleigh Bells for her song “Stars,” a bonus track on her album “Confident.” Meanwhile, Ed Sheeran is also facing two plagiarism cases over his hit songs “Thinking Out Loud” and “Photograph.”