Megan Thee Stallion has established herself as one of the best Hip-Hop artists in the world right now. She won four Grammys at this year’s Grammy Awards ceremony and it seems the rapper is just getting started.
The rapper is also incredibly successful as she made it into Time magazine’s 100 most influential list last year and also collaborated with the likes of Beyoncé, Cardi B and many more.
According to TMZ, Meg Thee Stallion accused her label 1501 Certified Entertainment of blocking her from releasing a would-be hit remix track.
Meg Thee Stallion alleged that 1501 and label CEO Carl Crawford are trying to block her “Butter” remix with BTS. The track is expected to release this Friday but it isn’t known if it will even release at this point.
A judge ruled has ruled in Megan’s favor after she decided to take legal action. This will certainly make her happy.
Meg believes if released, “Butter” will help to expand her international fanbase, thanks to BTS’ massive brand. She claims 1501 told her they don’t believe the song would be good for her recording career — but she says that excuse is just a cover — and deep down the label is trying to shake her down for 6-figures and force her to pay them to sign off on the song’s release.
We will have to wait and see how the upcoming remix will be received with it dropping later this week.
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