Lil Wayne Lawsuit: Producers Sue Rapper’s Young Money Entertainment Label for Unpaid Royalties
In two separate lawsuits filed earlier this week, hip-hop producers Andrews "Drew" Correa and Marcos "Infamous" Rodriguez accuse Lil Wayne's Young Money Entertainment of failing to make royalty payments, TMZ reports.
In his suit, Correa claims he signed with Young Money in 2008 and created music that later appeared on the Weezy albums Re-Birth, Tha Carter III and I'm Not a Human Being, as well as Birdman's Priceless.
Rodriguez, meanwhile, inked his deal a year before Correa's and says he composed material that wound up on many of the same albums, as well as Tha Carter IV the 2009 We Are Young Money compilation.
The law offices of Singh, Singh and Trauben are reportedly on the case, helping Drew and Infamous recoup their cash, and reps for Young Money have yet to comment.