Offset Sues Quality Control Music for Allegedly Not Honoring Deal Made Regarding His Solo Music

Offset has filed a lawsuit against Quality Control Music, the record label his group Migos is signed to, in regards to his solo career.

In documents obtained by TMZ Hip Hop, the Father of 4 artist is accusing the label of not honoring the January 2021 deal they made with him over his solo material, where he managed to negotiate the deal with Quality Control Music and “paid handsomely” for his artist rights. He adds that the label supposedly tried to bill his latest single “54321,” which was produced by Baby Keem, as their own and called the action “hostile.”

Offset is now asking the court to declare that Quality Control Music does not own any material he’s created since January 15, 2021. TMZ adds that his upcoming single “Code” with Moneybagg Yo will most likely release on August 26 via Motown Records, which is the label he signed with as a solo artist.

Elsewhere in music, Megan Thee Stallion is now seeking $1 million USD in damages in her lawsuit against her own label, 1501 Certified Entertainment.
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