Court Allows Megan Thee Stallion To Release Music
Megan Thee Stallion said that she was a little worried when she almost couldn’t release her new album due to a dispute with her record label. She was talking to the Associated Press after a Houston judge ordered the Friday release of her album.
Stallion talked about the dispute
The performed posted on social media that she signed a bad contract with Houston-based record label 1501 Certified Entertainment years ago and that she and her management team at Jay-Z’s Roc Nation company tried to renegotiate the contract but it turned into a battle marked by bitter social media exchanges.
The label was accused of not sharing data on Stallion’s music with her management team. And when the performer and her team sought to renegotiate the terms contract, the label started to intimidating and threatening the performer. But the label didn’t reply to the allegations.
Small win for the performer
On Monday, Stallion got a small reprieve from State District Judge Robert Schaffer when the judge barred 1501 from withholding release of her music by issuing an initial temporary restraining order. On Wednesday, the State District Judge Beau Miller denied 1501’s appeal and reaffirmed the order. Also, the judge scheduled hearing on her request for a temporary injunction against the label on March 13.
Stallion decided to sign with Roc Nation
The performer said that Roc Nation was awesome and that they started helping her with stuff even before she officially signed with them. She further said that they helped her enroll into school swiftly.