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All Hell Breaks Loose Between Migos Label & Offset

Shortly after dropping his new single “5 4 3 2 1,” Offset has filed a lawsuit against Migos’ record label Quality Control over the rights to his solo music.

As TMZ reports, Offset has accused the Atlanta-based record label of ignoring a deal he negotiated with them in January 2021 in regards to his solo career. Migos has released each of its studio projects through QC, and Offset’s 2019 solo debut Father of 4 also dropped through the label alongside Motown Records. Offset’s legal team said that he “paid handsomely” for his solo artist rights following the negotiation last year, but now QC has allegedly attempted to claim his latest track as its own.

His Baby Keem-produced single “5 4 3 2 1” is credited to Universal Music Group on streaming services, which is the parent company of Motown Records. But according to Offset, QC is trying to claim ownership over his new material in a “hostile” manner. The lawsuit comes ahead of his plans to share another new single featuring Moneybagg Yo on Friday. While Offset doesn’t want QC to have anything to do with his solo music, Migos’ deal with QC remains in place.

Quality Control CEO Pierre “P” Thomas addressed the lawsuit on Twitter. “The last lawsuit was filed publicly and dismissed quietly,” he wrote. “Let’s see how this one go. Been to real for all this lame shit. Everyone know the real problem.” #offset #migos #qualitycontrol

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