It’s a win for Megan Thee Stallion. The rap star had engaged in a legal battle against the bosses of the 1501 Certified Entertainment label, which distributes his music, because they refused to release the remix of Butter, song by K-Pop group, BTS. As a result, she had sued the record company and its CEO, Carl Crawford.
Referring to “irreparable damage to his career” and “a devastating impact on his relations with his fans and other artists in the music industry”, Megan Pete, whose real name is, had asked the judge to act urgently. The title was indeed expected this week until the bosses of the label change their mind.
Not a first
The judge ruled in favor of Megan Thee Stallion and the remix of Butter will therefore be available as planned, as relayed Variety. This is not the first time that the artist has asked the courts to intervene to overturn a decision of his record company. Last year, his label refused to release his EP titled Suck and she had won in court.
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