Country artist Kane Brown was sued on Friday by the Georgia producer and production company he signed with early in his career before he became a star.
The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Atlanta by Zone 4 Inc., the music company owned by producer Jamal Jones, also known as Polow da Don.
According to the suit, Brown violated his 2016 agreement with Zone 4 when he signed a record deal with Sony Music Nashville.
Polow has created music with an array of successful artists including Usher, Rihanna, and Nicki Minaj.
– Excerpt from an article written by Nate Rau. Find the full article here.
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