Don't Label Me: Artists Beefin' With Their Record Labels
Sisqo and Dru Hill Vs. Kedar Entertainment Group
Not too many people knew that Sisqo dropped a comeback album in February called Last Dragon,and he’s putting the blame on his record label, the Kedar Entertainment Group. According to TMZ, Sisqo signed a deal with record executive Kedar Massenburg’s company back in 2009 for a two album deal and a group album with his Dru Hillbrothers for two projects as well.
Sisqo and his boys are suing the label to get out of their contracts, claiming the label defaulted and failed to spend $300 thousand on their marketing budgets as promised. The group's InDRUpendence Day was also released in 2010 below the radar, which prompted them to also seek a million dollars each in the lawsuit. As Dru Hill tries to set flame to their contracts, check out a few more artists that went to war with their record companies. — Michael Harris (@IceBlueVA)