DMX Is Suing Indie Label For Using Unfinished Songs For His Album
|DMX Is Suing Indie Label For Using Unfinished Songs For His Album|
Nonetheless, that’s the position indie l finds itself in after the Yonkers, New York-based emcee sent a cease and desist order to them regarding a new album the rapper claims the company has no right to release.
According to DMX’s manager, Montana, the album in question, Redemption of the Beast, is filled with songs from X’s last album, Undisputed, along with a few left over records that were never to be used.
Seven Arts CEO Peter Hoffman is telling a different story. In a statement to the press Hoffman asserts, “DMX and his team fully cooperated on the production of this album.”
He don’t have a contract with them to release another album The owner called me said he’s stuck with a couple of albums.
He wants to push them out. He needed our help, so he had to sit at the table with us and he never did that.
He decided to take it upon himself to do what the f— he did.
He was supposed to take care of some business with me and he took it upon himself not to do it, so he’s gonna have a lot of problems if he does. He’s already got problems,” said Montana.