New York, NY – Auto-Tune pioneer T-Pain spent nearly a decade together with his former private administration Chase Entertainment. As per their contract, 20 p.c commissions from his recordings and endorsements had been paid the company for near 9 years earlier than the singer uncovered an upsetting fact — the company wasn’t licensed.

According to a report by The Blast, Teddy Penderazdoun fired the company again in 2014, subsequently issuing a stop and desist from interfering in his enterprise. However, in keeping with the main points of a not too long ago launched lawsuit, since splitting they’ve didn’t repay all income accrued from their work with T-Pain.

Additionally, the lawsuit accuses Chase Entertainment of not paying all of the bills they had been required to, failing to precisely account for all of the funds introduced in below his model and failing to offer a correct accounting of his funds.

T-Pain is in search of an extra of $1 million in damages and advocating for the return of all commissions he paid out to the company over the nine-year relationship.

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