Daz Dillinger Claims GTA V Used Two Of His Tracks Without Permission

Daz Dillinger Claims GTA V Used Two Of His Tracks Without Permission

Daz Dillinger writes a cease & desist letter to the makers of Grand Theft Auto V for using two of his songs in the video game without his permission.

Daz Dillinger has some beef with the new video game Grand Theft Auto V. Daz filed a cease & desist letter to the makers of GTA V, for allegedly using his music in the video game without the rapper's permission.

Daz says in the letter to Take-Two Interactive Software and Rockstar Games, he was offered $4,271.00 for two tracks, "C-Walk" and "Nothin' But the Cavi Hit." In his letter Daz calls the amount "offensively low" and thus he turned them down. However, the two songs still found their way into the game's soundtrack.

So now Daz and his attorney are asking the makers of the record-breaking game give him a better offer or recall and destroy all unsold copies of the game. Daz said to TMZ it's about "respecting an artist's work. Rockstar didn't do that here and I can't let them get away with it."

The former Dogg Pound rapper is giving GTA V 14 days to make him a better offer or recall the games.

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