Jay Sean Producers Win $1.1 Million Lawsuit against Cash Money RecordsJay Sean “All Or Nothing”/Cash Money Records logo
The YMCMB civil war continues, this time with Clizbeats featured artist Jay Sean. According to TMZ, Jay’s former label Cash Money Records hasn’t been paying his long time producers The Orange Factory their share of royalties for several of his hit songs. After not getting their cut for songs like “Down,” “Fire,” “Do You Remember” and “Lights Off,” Orange Factory joined the trend of Lil Wayne and many others that either are or were associated with the label, suing to get what they are owed in royalties.
A judge agreed with The Orange Factory, demanding that Cash Money pay them $1.1 million for their contribution to Jay’s tracks within 21 days. Could this be a sign of bigger judgments to come for Cash Money and their yet to be settled $50 million dispute with Lil Wayne?