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Have you heard the new Kanye jam?

Have you heard the new Kanye jam?

Kanye recently changed the name of his new song “Theraflu” to the way less catchy “Way Too Cold.”

Despite rumors that Theraflu’s parent company, Novartis, cracked the mighty legal whip, Kanye claims it was just a “creative decision.” Novartis did disclaim any endorsement or approval of Yeezy’s use of “Theraflu” shortly after the song’s release, but the drug company now insists that it did not force Kanye to change the song title. In a statement to TMZ.com, Theraflu quipped, “Novartis Consumer Health did not ask that the name be changed — that request would be way too cold.”

Patricia Chang

Patricia Chang is a third year Fordham Law student and is IPLJ's Technology & Blog Editor. Her interest in law was founded upon Judge Judy and other unrealistic depictions of the legal profession on network television. She fervently believes that her passion for IP, internet, and fashion law justifies the endless hours spent looking at clothes on the internet. When not pondering pressing legal issues, she can often be found designing dresses, building websites, practicing her sick golf swing, and being tormented by her corgi, Beanie.