The producers behind several tracks on Jay Sean's "All Or Nothing" are targeting Cash Money in a new lawsuit.
Today it's being reported that some of the producers who worked on Jay Sean's All Or Nothing album under Cash Money are suing the label for the sum of $1 million. The lawsuit was filed by Orange Factory Music, who produced Jay Sean's 2009 single "Down" as well as seven other tracks for the artist. The producers claim they had a deal with Cash Money to produce these tracks, however it took two years for them to receive their first check, worth $211k. Although they did get royalty statements from the tracks, they never received another check for their work.
They're suing the label for at least $1 million.