Drake And Management Involved In Lawsuit Over Unpaid Royalties



Drake, his manager Cortez Bryant, Gerald Roberson and Derrick Lawrence, have recently been named in a massive lawsuit over alleged unpaid royalties from the man who gave Drake his Young Money shot…

The man who discovered Drake on Myspace, played some of his music for Lil Wayne, which eventually led to him being signed is suing the rapper for an undisclosed amount.

The New York Daily News reports:

Jas Prince, son of Rap-a-Lot CEO J. Prince, has filed a lawsuit in Manhattan Supreme Court against Drake’s management team for breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty. In total, there are 10 claims against Drizzy’s manager Cortez Bryant, Gerald “Gee” Roberson, Derrick Lawrence and the firm Aspire Music Group LLC.

J. Prince explains how he discovered Drake:

“One day while leavin’ the [mall], I just threw [Drake’s] CD in and let it play,” Prince explained. “[Lil Wayne] was like, ‘Wait … who is this?’ and I was like, ‘Drake … the guy I been tellin’ you about.’ Wayne told me to book him on the next flight to Houston,” explains Prince.

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