Megan Thee Stallion Files Lawsuit Against Her Record Label

Megan Thee Stallion has dragged her record label (1501 Certified Entertainment) and the boss (Carl Crawford) to court.

Over the weekend, the rapper revealed their internal battle, how they record label has refused to let her drop any new music because she wanted to renegotiate her contract.

According to TMZ, the rapper says that she got a $10,000 advance when she signed, and that the label gets 60 percent of her recording income. As if that was not enough: of the 40 percent she gets she still has to pay engineers, mixers, and other artists who are featured on the tracks.

Also, her income from live gigs reportedly is more beneficial to the label than they are to her as 1501 has the rights to 30% of the money she makes from performances. That 30% number also goes for merchandising.

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