Megan claims 1501 won’t allow her to drop any new tunes, because she wants to tweak her deal — and Yung Berg says Meg shouldn’t have signed the contract if she didn’t like what was in it.
Yung Berg’s seeing things from the other side now — he’s rebranded himself as a producer called Hitmaka and is the VP of A&R at Atlantic Records — and explains why it’s super important for young artists to pour over the paperwork before signing the dotted line.
Megan says she was about 20 years old when she signed a contract with 1501 and wasn’t aware of a lot of clauses in it until she started getting managed by Jay-Z‘s Roc Nation.
Megan shouldn’t be using youth as an excuse, Yung Berg says, because the music industry is big business, and there’s no love lost for anyone.Does Yung Berg have a point or does Megan have a case?
Hitmaka AkA Yung Berg Says Megan Thee Stallion Doesn’t Have Bad Record Deal
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