No “Good News” For Carl Crawford As Megan Thee Stallion Is Suing 1501 Records Over Their Recording Agreement

1501 Entertainment Carl Crawford Is Not Considering Megan The Stallion’s Recent Project As An Album

Megan Thee Stallion is not having “Good News” at the moment as her recent project Something For Thee Hotties as her label 1501 Certified Entertainment will not consider the project as an album, reported by Complex.

The publication received court documents with the 27-year-old’s legal team claiming Carl Crawford’s label claims the release didn’t satisfy her “minimum recording commitments.”

Her legal team put out a statement.

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“Contrary to 1501’s position, Something for Thee Hotties clearly meets the definition of ‘Album’ under the recording agreement because it is not less than forty-five (45) minutes in length,” according to the Fever artist legal team.

“There are no other parameters or requirements under the contract for what can be deemed an ‘Album’ other than the total run time of the album. As such, Something for Thee Hotties satisfies her ‘Minimum Recording Commitment’ for the second option period of the agreement. To protect herself, her music, and her artistic choices, Pete has been forced to bring this action to seek a declaratory judgment to that effect.”

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According to her lawyers, 1501 wants to tie [Megan Thee Stallion] down to release more albums under the Contract to the financial benefit of 1501.”

If 1501 doesn’t count Something For The Hotties as an album, the ‘Hot Girl’ will have to complete two more albums to fulfill her contract.

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