According to TMZ, two Young Money Entertainment producers, Andrews "Drew" Correa and Marcos "Infamous" Rodriguez, are accusing the record label of failing to pay them sufficient royalties for work going back as far as 2008. This is not the first time Young Money has faced this problem; producers like Bangladesh, Darius "Deezie" Harrison, and David Kirkwood have also alleged similar financial discrepancies.
Correa is saying that he first linked up with Young Money in 2008 and went on to work on Lil Wayne projects like Tha Carter III, Rebirth, and I'm Not a Human Being, not to mention Birdman's 2009 Priceless. Rodriguez, on the other hand, claims to have been signed to YME in 2007 and gone on to produce for Carter III, Rebirth, I'm Not a Human Being, and the group album We Are Young Money. Both producers have consulted Beverly Hills/Miami-based LLP Singh, Singh & Trauben for help with the discrepancies.
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