Right, you had a question. Yes, we believe our previous answer should apply in most other countries. We checked your site and reviewed many of your vocal samples and we don't think there's much of a copyright issue, either for the U.S. or internationally. Your samples are all limited to a few words (i.e., "She's so fly," and "Play on playa"), so no user will be able to claim lyric copyright as to those phrases by themselves. As you know from previous blog entries, short phrases are not protected under copyright law. We can't vouch that's the rule internationally but if we were a betting blog, we'd bet that's the case. It's possible that if the entire song was built on these samples, a claim might be for a compilation or derivative copyright but that would not preclude others from using the samples or phrases. (We took a look at the basic principles of Italian copyright law and we think our answer is in the ballpark.)
And speaking of short lyric phrases ... If we remember where we left it, we'll reproduce a story tomorrow about a copyright case in which someone tried to claim copyright on the phrase "Got my mojo working."