Justin Timberlake reportedly being sued over second song

Justin Timberlake is once again being sued for sampling music without the proper permissions, this time by Cirque Du Soleil.

Earlier this year, Timberlake was slapped with another lawsuit in which it was alleged his hit Suit and Tie, a collaboration with Jay-Z, had wrongfully sampled a song called Sho' Nuff, by 70s R&B group Sly, Slick and Wicked. 

Timberlake had permission to use the track, but it's alleged he also used the group's vocal which they hadn't agreed to.

Now, according to TMZ, it's alleged Timberlake sampled some of Cirque's music for his song Don't Hold The Wall.

The Timbaland-produced track which - like Suit and Tie - appears on Timberlake's 2013 release The 20/20 Experience, reportedly takes elements from Steel Dream, a track composed by Benoit Jutras for the Cirque show and 1997 soundtrack Quidam.

Cirque is asking for a cut of all profits made from the song. 

Listen to Don't Hold the Wall and Steel Dream and compare them for yourself below.