Cash Money Records Being Sued Over Unpaid Production, Again
In what has seemed to become a normal occurrence, Cash Money Records is being hit with a lawsuit over unpaid production. This time, for an artist that is no longer on the label. According to TMZ, Orange Factory Music is suing the storied Southern rap label for work done on Jay Sean's hit album, All or Nothing. Jay Sean parted ways with CMR last month after six years on the label. The lawsuit claims the production team created eight tracks for the hit 2009 album and had to wait two years got a check for $211,000. However, they claim to have never received follow up royalty payments despite getting royalty statements.
OFM is reportedly seeking in the range of $1 million.
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