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Megan Thee Stallion, an American rapper, has sued her record mark, 1501 Certified Entertainment, for $1 million in punitive fees. The artist, who has been battling the name in court since February, has requested sovereignties for her 2021 delivery, Something for Thee Hotties. Megan Thee Stallion claims in her refreshed case that 1501 owes her cash attributable to “underpayment of eminences.”

The name moreover “illegitimately [allowed] for extreme marketing and advancement charges to be deducted from sums owed to Megan under the recording arrangement,” as indicated by the objection. Megan had sued the mark before in February over a conflict about what is a collection.

Megan Thee Stallion’s refreshed objection blames 1501 for robbery too, noticing that Traumazine spilled soon after the name was given a connection to the venture before its delivery. The mark, then again, has denied the case, guaranteeing that a misfortune in Megan’s profit would likewise bring about a misfortune for the name.

James L. Smith

October 31, 1964 (age 57)

Houston, Texas
Other names
  • Lil J
  • Music executive
  • music manager
  • investor

Boxing manager

  • entrepreneur
  • A&R
Years active 1986–present

J Prince moves 1501 name CEO Carl Crawford in his claim against Megan Thee Stallion. J Prince, the pioneer behind Rap-A-Lot Records, has now stood up on the side of 1501 CEO Carl Crawford. He depended on Instagram to impact Megan Thee Staliion and her administration firm, Roc Nation. Ruler shared a selfie with Carl Crawford. He said in a proclamation: “For quite a long time, we have unobtrusively looked as MTS and her Roc Nation the executives lied about Carl Crawford and his 1501 name. Carl found, made, and totally subsidized MTS right off the bat in her vocation, which brought about a groundbreaking conveyance organization with 300 Entertainment.”

Ruler proceeded to say: “All along, some time before MTS was a family brand, 1501 charitably chosen to pay Megan 40% of its PROFITS, which is significantly more than the typical record eminence that another craftsman gets from a record organization.”

He proceeded to say: “Any work by MTS or RN to portray an agreement that gives another obscure craftsman with 40% of the mark’s PROFITS as outlandish or uncalled for is completely false and contradictory to music industry practices or guidelines.” Indeed, we have investigated different RN agreements, and RN pays new specialists a typical sovereignty is considerably lower than the 40% PROFITS that 1501 vowed to give Megan.”


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Megan Thee Stallion guarantees her next collection Traumazine satisfies her agreement with 1501 Records. Megan Thee Stallion looked for a Texas court on August 22 to conclude that her impending collection Traumazine satisfies her agreement with 1501 Certified Entertainment. Her refreshed grievance looks for $1 million in penalties from the 1501 name in Houston. She guarantees the mark smothered her vocation and exploited her, which Prince denies.

“Something for Thee Hotties satisfies the meaning of ‘Collection’ under the recording arrangement since it isn’t under 45 (45) minutes long,” Megan’s direction had contended. As per Megan’s lawyers, the sole models under Megan’s agreement to figure out what characterizes a collection is a term of 45 minutes or more.

1501 Certified Entertainment has proactively sued the artist, guaranteeing she owed them millions under their 2018 agreement. As indicated by the grievance, Something for Thee Hotties doesn’t qualify as a collection since it includes recently delivered tunes.


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Megan would be set free from her legally binding liabilities to 1501 on the off chance that the court rules in support of herself. The artist will be qualified for leave the mark as per the provisions of the recording contract she endorsed in 2018.

As indicated by Steven Zager, a legitimate delegate for 1501 Certified Entertainment, the organization is as of now concluding whether Traumazine could be viewed as a collection. Zager contended that regardless of whether Traumazine qualified, Megan would in any case be expected to finish somewhere around another full assemblage of work to fulfill her agreement.

Megan Thee Stallion’s past claims affirmed that her mark wouldn’t permit her delivery new melodies. Megan has a background marked by suing her record organization 1501 and J Prince. Prior in March 2020, the performer recorded a protest against 1501 Certified Entertainment and J. Ruler, claiming them of keeping her from delivering new melodies since she needed to reevaluate what she saw to be a low agreement she endorsed toward the beginning of her profession.


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The craftsman said during an Instagram Live: “At the point when I marked, I had no clue about what was in my agreement.” I was in my twenties. I was around 20 years of age. I know nothing in the arrangement. So when I joined Roc Nation, I was given authentic administration. I employed genuine lawyers, and they said, ‘Did you understand this is in your agreement?’”

She proceeded to make sense of why she wasn’t allowed to deliver new music: “It’s fundamentally an eager game.” It’s basically essentially ravenousness. I wasn’t endeavoring to get away from the mark. Wasn’t endeavoring to try not to give somebody cash that they accept they are qualified for. “All I needed to do was reconsider some s-t.”

Crawford has recently dismissed the charges. Megan Thee Stallion excused the allegations in February of this current year.

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