Megan Thee Stallion wants $1 million from the record label, calling the contract “unconscionable.” Megan is completely finished with her record label, although she is still under contract for one more album.
Megan has made quite a name for herself since releasing her first album. 1501 Certified Entertainment is the record label she is currently signed to, and she wants $1 million in relief, according to People.
Megan and 1501 Certified have had their ups and downs, mainly over contract issues. However, she claims that “Something for Thee Hotties” and “Traumazine” are the two albums that she claims are “Unconscionable.”
1501 declares that “Something for Thee Hotties” wasn’t an album and doesn’t satisfy her minimum recording commitment, according to HuffPost.
“Our belief is she owes us one more album, at least.” 1501 Certified Entertainment lawyer Steven M. Zagner told People, arguing that the record contains archival material and spoken word and was released soon after the previous album “Good News.”
“We’re evaluating ‘Traumazine,” Zagner continued. “But there’s no way ‘Something for Thee Hotties’ qualifies as an album as that term is defined under her recording commitment in her various contracts with 1501.”