Megan Thee Stallion Wants $1 Million From Record Label, Calls Contract ‘Unconscionable’

Megan Thee Stallion is finished along with her document label — however the firm says she’s nonetheless below contract for an additional album.

The Grammy winner’s authorized grievance in opposition to 1501 Licensed Leisure calls for $1 million in reduction, in line with Folks. She claimed her final two albums, “Something for Thee Hotties” and “Traumazine,” fulfilled her contract, which she known as “unconscionable.”

The document label, nonetheless, declared “Something for Thee Hotties,” wasn’t an album by conventional definition and “does not satisfy her ‘Minimum Recording Commitment.’”

“Our belief is she owes us one more album, at least,” 1501 Licensed Leisure lawyer Steven M. Zagner instructed Folks, arguing that the document comprises archival materials and spoken phrase, and was launched quickly after the earlier album “Good News.”

“We’re evaluating ‘Traumazine,’” Zagner continued. “But there’s no way ‘Something for Thee Hotties’ qualifies as an album as that term is defined under her recording commitment in her various contracts with 1501.”

Megan, born Megan Pete, known as the phrases of her contract “unconscionable” within the authorized grievance filed in Harris County, Texas, and argued that the document label’s “new position, taken months after the album’s release, is clearly a ruse in an effort to try to take further advantage of Pete, at great expense and in bad faith.”

Megan sued the corporate in 2020, claiming it thwarted her launch of latest music when she tried to renegotiate her contract.

The newest grievance described two years of “a long and tortured history of disputes” over their contract, “including the unconscionability of the agreement in its original form, as well as disputes concerning the release of Pete’s music.”

Lots of these disagreements have been resolved, the grievance mentioned.

“But a new dispute has arisen requiring further assistance from the Court,” it provides.