Offset Sues Quality Control For The Ownership Of His Solo Career

Offset seems to have encountered a minor problem regarding his solo career at the same time that Quavo and Takeoff are teasing Bando Babies, their future project. The rapper, according to TMZ, sued Quality Control Records for allegedly breaching an agreement relating to his solo endeavors.

Offset asserted in court documents that he and Quality Control negotiated an agreement for his artist rights, for which he claims to have “paid generously.” Offset claimed that the Baby Keem-produced song “54321” was released in violation of the two parties’ contract. He said that his most recent song, which was released last week, had been wrongly classified as a release under Quality Control, a move he called “hostile.”

The lawsuit comes only days before to his planned collaboration with Moneybagg Yo, “Code,” being released. It seems that he wants Motown Records, with whom he has a solo contract, to be the only place where the new single is released. Offset is requesting the court’s intervention to make sure that Quality Control does not own anything he has released as a solo artist since January 15th, 2021, despite the fact that Migos continue to be a member of the Quality Control family.

We can only hope that Offset and Quality Control’s problems will be fixed shortly.

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