Megan Thee Stallion, who participated in the BTS ‘Butter’ remix, wins a legal dispute against her record label.
Megan Thee Stallion (26) is a rising black female rapper in the United States. She already has permission from the court to release a remix of ‘Butter,’ which she collaborated with BTS. It is after defeating her record label, which is at odds over a contract renewal.
On August 24th, US entertainment media Variety and TMZ reported that the Texas state court granted Stallion’s request for emergency relief and allowed the release of the remix song ‘Butter.’
The remix song ‘Butter’ featuring Stallion will be out on August 27th. However, she requested emergency relief from the Harris County Court of Texas. She said that her record label ‘1501 Certified Entertainment’ is blocking the release of the ‘Butter’ remix.
In the petition, she stated that collaborating with BTS could help her take a bigger leap forward in overseas markets.
Also, Megan Thee Stallion emphasized that if she does not release the ‘Butter’ remix on time, her music career will suffer ‘irreparable damage.’
In addition, ‘it will have a tremendous impact on her fans and her relationships with other artists in the industry.’
Accordingly, the court accepted her argument and allowed the release of the ‘Butter’ remix.
TMZ said, “The judge ruled in favor of Megan Thee Stallion. She won the legal dispute against her record label.”
Her record label has opposed the release of the ‘Butter’ remix, saying that it does not help her music career.
However, Megan Thee Stallion countered her record company’s claim saying it was only an excuse. She claimed that the real truth her record label interfered with the release of the ‘Butter’ remix is to convince her up ahead of the contract renewal.
She signed her first contract with the record label at the age of 20. When she asked for a renegotiation last year, she said the label continued interfering with her music work.
Megan Thee Stallion also filed a lawsuit with the court last year when the record label stopped releasing her new song. So, Megan obtained a temporary order to block the record company’s involvement in her music works.
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