Roc Nation looks to recoup the $2.3 million they've spent marketing Rita Ora's unreleased sophomore album.
Two months ago, Rita Orafiled a lawsuit against Roc Nation in order to get out of her contract, claiming that the label was focusing on marketing its roster of athletes and neglecting its music artists. According to TMZ, Roc Nation has filed a $2.3 million counter suit against Ora to attempt to recoup the money they've spent marketing her unreleased sophomore album.
Rita Ora signed a 10-year contract with the Roc in 2008. In the lawsuit, the label claims that the contract stipulated Ora produce five albums. She has release one to date, 2012's Ora.
Howard King, Ora's attorney, claims that Jay Z has already agreed to release the 25-year-old from her contract. Judging from the fact that Ora is no longer listed on Roc Nation's website, it appears that the two parties have already cut ties.