Turk is not going to go away quietly. After winning a default motion against Cash Money Records earlier in May, the former Hot Boy is pressing on with his lawsuit, which seeks more than $1 million in unpaid royalties from his former label. According to AllHipHop, the "It's In Me" rapper's legal team has included in the suit subpoenas for the accounting records of Universal Music Group and its publishing arm. Neither Universal nor Turk have commented on the matter; the parties are scheduled to next appear in court in July.

As part of the Hot Boys, Turk appeared on all three of the quartet's albums: Get It How U Live!, Guerrilla Warfare and Let Em Burn, which was released after he, B.G. and Juvenile had left Cash Money. The label also pressed his solo debut, 2001's excellent Young & Thuggin', which was certified Gold by the RIAA. Turk was also featured on many of the label's flagship releases, including Juvenile's Solja Rags, 400 Degreez and Tha G-Code, B.G.'s Chopper City in the Ghetto and It's All On U volumes 1 and 2 and Lil Wayne's Tha Block is Hot, among others. Turk was released from prison in 2012 after serving most of a 10-year sentence stemming from the 2004 shooting of a Memphis police officer.