Prince’s record label  reportedly suing Jay-Z’s Roc Nation over Tidal streaming 

COMING FOR COINSSSSSS….

Tea being served has it that the late Purple One’s record company is seeing HOT REDDDD as they’re reportedly GUNNING for Jay-Z’s label for illegally streaming damn near every one of Prince’s greatest hits…
AND THEY AINT HAVING NONE OF IT, CHILE…

SO LOOKAHERE..

The “Kiss” crooner’s music org, NPG Records, is said to be suing HOV’s Roc Nation for copyright infringement over the streaming rights to the deceased luminary’s 2015 album HITNRUN Phase One as well as the majority of his classic tracks.

According to the documents–obtained by TMZ–prior to his passing, Prince agreed to stream his latest album through Jigga’s streaming service, Tidal…
But from there, NPG alleges that on June 7, 2016 (what would have been the Grammy Award winning singer’s 58th birthday) Roc Nation began streaming almost ALLLLL of Prince’s catalog…
AND THAT SH** DONT FLY..

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NPG reportedly claims that absolutely NONE of the streaming of, “I Wanna Be Your Lover,” “1999,” “Little Red Corvette,” “Cream,” “Purple Rain,” “Controversy,” “Pop Life,” and more was authorized… And now they want Roc Nation to fork over an undisclosed amount in damages dough for the infraction…
The company is also said to be fighting to put a BLOCK on any continued streaming of Prince’s music … outside of that final album.
So far, neither Jay nor any members of his team have publicly commented on the mess…
AHHHHH…
#RIPPRINCE…

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By : Asia Grace

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