Further upsetting Aspire, they state that in “2013 Cash Money attempted to cut them out by trying to get Drake to sign an “exclusive artist agreement” despite the pre-existing deal between the two companies.” Lastly, Aspire says that their partial ownership of Drake’s first six albums was not “registered with the U.S. Copyright Office or royalty administrators such as SoundExchange.”
Terms of the settlement were not disclosed.
– Excerpt from an article for Billboard by Colin Stutz. Find the full article here.
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