Dr. Dre Sued For $1.2 Million For Not Reimbursing Cash For Studio Time

July 27th, 2010 - 7:27 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work  

dt July 27, 2010 (Pen Men at Work): Dr. Dre happens to be one of the tycoons of rap. He, truly, is a multifaceted individual as he happens to be a rapper, record executive and record producer. He has even tried his hand at acting. He has been praised for being a significant character in the popularization of West Coast G-Funk. This is a fashion of rap music typified as the one that is anchored in synthesizers with unhurried and intense beats.

He now finds himself at the receiving end of a lawsuit of $1.2 million. His alleged wrongdoing is that he has failed to fork out cash for studio time.

The illustrious Dre has been sued by Paramount Recording Studios located in California for a purported infringement of contract. The complainants had initiated a lawsuit at the Los Angeles Superior Court on July 23. The lawsuit had contended that Dre had not reimbursed cash for the utilization of a recording studio between April 2009 and June 2010.

The documents in this lawsuit have claimed that Dre had guaranteed to fork out the required amount by July 13 this year. Nonetheless, that has not happened. It has been publicized by segments of the media that the abovementioned rapper, whose bona fide name is Andre Young, had employed the recording studio for 10 years and had attained a discounted rate on the space.

In the initial segment of this year, Dre had taken Death Row Records to court for again discharging his album of 1992, ‘The Chronic’, bereft of his endorsement. ‘The Chronic’ was one of the most memorable albums of that year. Dre had also mentioned that he had not obtained additional cash from the album sales ever since he departed from the company 14 years back. Nevertheless, a Californian judge discarded the lawsuit of Dre in June.

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