By Larry Davis (@vizjion) for Doxygen Media
According to allhiphop.com, Turk, the rapper once signed to Cash Money Records has won the case against his former label a few weeks ago. The rapper sued the record company because they didn’t pay him for royalties and publishing.
As a former of Cash Money’s group, The Host Boys, Turk was responsible for co-creating such hits as “We on Fire” and “I Need a Hot Girl”.
In the beginning, the rapper only requested $1.3 million; however, the court systems felt as if he deserved more. This all came about because it was alleged that Cash Money owes Turk for over 100 recordings. Now, the rapper is seeking information from Cash Money’s parent company, Universal Music Group.
Cash Money and Turk along with Universal Music Group will return to court on July 1.