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Cash Money records has been hit with yet another lawsuit for breach of contract. The record label which recently settled a copyright infringement lawsuit with the Rolling Stone, have been hit with a $2 million lawsuit by producer Tristan “T Mix” Jones.
According to reports. the beatmaker – formerly signed to Bryan ‘Baby’ Williams, aka Birdman, and Ronald ‘Slim’ Williams’ label – claims he has only received partial payments for his work on four Cash Money albums between 2005 and 2007.
According to the lawsuit filed in the United States Eastern District Court in Louisiana, Jones allegedly entered into an exclusive deal to provide production, programming, arranging, recording, mixing and editing for artists on the Cash Money roster, including Lil Wayne and Baby.
Jones says he was never paid in full for his work which includes production on Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter 2 in 2005, Baby’s Fast Money in 2005, and the pair’s collaborative disc, Like Father, Like Son in 2006.
He is seeking royalties owed as well as to court and attorney cost.
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