Curren$y sues Damon Dash for allegedly releasing his music without permission | Music News


According to reports by TMZ, New Orleans hailing rapper Curren$y is suing former Roc-A-Fella co-owner Damon Dash, claiming the executive released his albums and recorded material without permission.

Back in 2010 Damon Dash made headlines saying he was bringing back Roc-A-Fella Records with Curren$y at the helm, which didn’t actually materialise. According to reports Curren$y and Dash tried to negotiate an agreement to release music together in 2010 but nothing was cemented.

Despite the non agreement, Dash released two albums by the rapper and Curren$y is now said to be suing Dash for $1.5 million in damages for continuing to release his material even after Curren$y signed with Warner Bros. in January 2011.

Damon Dash refutes the accusations and claims he was given permission to release the albums in question and also reportedly said Curren$y stabbed him in the back and reneged on his agreement with him by signing with WB instead.

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