US artist Melissa Ferrick is the second songwriter who has recently accused Spotify of copyright infringement, prompting the Massachusetts-based artist to seek $200 million in damages from the streaming giant. Melissa has accused the site of uploading her music to the service without licensing her work properly, as has Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven front-man David Lowery.

According to Ferrick’s complaint, her songs have been streamed “approximately one million times” since they were made available and she's urging the Swedish company to notify the copyright holders before distributing reproductions of their music in order to obtain a license, which is something Melissa says that Spotify has failed to do so in many cases.