Megan Thee Stallion Wins War With Her Label Over Release of ‘Butter’ Remix with BTS
Megan Thee Stallion Wins War With Her Label Over Release of ‘Butter’ Remix with BTS: American rapper, Megan Thee Stallion seems to have won the legal war with her label, 501 Certified Entertainment, and its head, former MLB star Carl Crawford.
The female rapper has filed legal documents in court alleging that the music label is blocking the release of new music from her, particularly a remix of BTS’ global hit ‘Butter’ where she is the featured artist. The song is supposed to release on Friday, August the 27th but the label is supposedly creating issues in the smooth release of it, reports TMZ.
Well, the South Korean boy band, BTS has officially announced the remix on social media.
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Megan believes that jumping on the song will help expand her international fanbase with help of BTS’ global appeal but Megan says 1501 told her they believe the song’s release is not good for her career.
This is not the first time Megan is having issues with her label. She ended up getting an order from the court last year to prohibit 1501 and Crawford from blocking the release of her new music. In the new docs filed, she says they’re violating that order.
Houston Hottie believes her label is putting up roadblocks to suppress her artistry and ultimately hurt her career. Yesterday, she dropped a new freestyle called ‘Tuned In’ which you can watch here.