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Cash Money vs. EMI
EMI wants a piece of Cash Money's cash money. The music-biz giant sued the Nawlins-based label for failing to make good on a previous $1.5 million settlement stemming from unpaid music licenses on Lil Wayne's 2008 magnum opus Tha Carter III.
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