Trademark News & Screw-ups The Weeknd is suing someone who is trying to trademark the phrase "Starboy"

Writing and performing a song gives you a copyright in the song, the performance, and the recording. But copyright does not protect song titles or individual words or short phrases. That's what trademarks are for. The artist may have a hard time proving trademark infringement here at least, based just on the song alone.

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