It was just yesterday that things seemed to be going so well between Damon Dash and Curren$y. They were working together as part of Dash's new DD172 collective, which led to the creation of a label, Blu Roc, and releases like Spitta's two Pilot Talk albums. But things aren't going so swimmingly between the two these days.
TMZ reports that there was actually never a signed agreement between Spitta and Dash for those projects. And even though Warner Bros. got the exclusive rights to the rapper's music when he signed with them in 2011, Dash has apparently continued to profit off Spitta's music.
Now, the New Orleans rapper is demanding that Dash stop profiting from his music and he wants $1.5 million in damages. But Dash isn't taking this news so lightly. He argues that he was given permission to release the albums in question and that he feels betrayed over Spitta going to Warner.