Cash Money owes Orange Factory Music $1.14 million in royalties for songs produced by Jay Sean.
Cash Money Records has been ripping off artists and producers for over 20 years. If Birdman tells some "I'm getting yu paid," as he has on at least one occasion, chances are he's lying.
Swift justice was wrought upon Cash Money in the label's most recent legal battle. According to Billboard, a Louisiana magistrate judge ruled that Cash Money owes Orange Factory Music $1.14 million in royalties for songs produced by Jay Sean.
Orange Factory Music sued Cash Money in November 2014. According to the lawsuit, Orange Factory was under contract when they produced songs from Jay Sean's 2009 album All Or Nothing, including "Down," "Fire," "Lights Off," "Do You," "Do You Remember," "If I Ain’t Got You," "Love Like This" and "War." There was no legal agreement in place for their production of songs from Sean's 2012 album So High, including "2012," "Hit the Lights," "Like This Like That" and "I'm All Yours."
Judge Karen Wells Roby ruled that Cash Money owes Orange Factory royalties for the All or Nothing songs and and 50% of all revenue from the So High songs.