He’s received 99 issues and Jay-Z is most of them.
Roc-A-Fella Information co-founder Damon Sprint has accused his former enterprise companion Jay-Z of stealing the streaming rights to his first album in a brand new $1 million lawsuit — lower than a month after Dash was sued by the rapper over the identical document.
The 50-year-old music producer filed a summons in Manhattan Supreme Court docket late Tuesday suing Jay-Z, whose full identify is Shawn Carter, for allegedly transferring the streaming rights to the album “Affordable Doubt” with out authorization to S. Carter Enterprises LLC, an organization solely owned by the rapper.
The transient one-page submitting doesn’t embrace a criticism — a authorized doc that often lays out detailed allegations.
“Affordable Doubt” was Jay-Z’s debut album launched in 1996. Sprint, Jay-Z and Kareem Burke based the hip hop label Roc-A-Fella Information collectively in 1995.
Jay-Z, via Roc-A-Fella information, sued Sprint final month, claiming that the music exec tried to promote the album, which launched his profitable rap profession, as a non-fungible digital token (NFT) with out permission.
A choose issued a brief order blocking Sprint from promoting “Affordable Doubt” as an NFT — a digital asset that represents possession of a real-life asset, whether or not or not it’s artwork, music, movies, social media posts or sports activities highlights.
That case continues to be pending in Manhattan federal courtroom.
Jay-Z’s lawyer declined to remark.