DJ Khaled Sues Former Record Label For Unpaid Royalties



We Smart. You Smart. Khaled smart. We The Best. We Geniuses.

Khaled has smartened up and gathered his legal team to go after his former record label eOne (formerly Koch) for unpaid royalties on a few of his past projects.

Khaled alleges that he has lost earnings due to a “failure or correctly accounting” the performance of 2006’s Listen… The Album, 2007’s We The Best, 2008’s We Global and 2010’s Victory.

Hits from those albums include “All I Do Is Win” and “I’m So Hood”. Khaled and crew are suggesting that eOne has been “failing to accurately account for royalties owed, as well as incorrectly characterizing and reporting the products it sold or licensed, and refusing to permit an audit of their accounting to determine exact losses.”

So um, let’s see how this turns out. But we’re sure Khaled will get his money and this is a big misunderstanding…we hope.

Source: Vibe

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