Lil Wayne's Young Money imprint is facing two seperate lawsuits by producers who claim they worked on several albums for the label and haven't been properly compensated.
Andrews "Drew" Correa and Marcos "Infamous" Rodriguez filed federal lawsuits this week against Young Money Entertainment according to TMZ.
Both claim they were getting royalty payments until they suddenly stopped and the label has refused to cough up the rest of what they are owed.
Correa says he signed a deal with YME in 2008 to produce music for YME. He claims the music he produced ended up on "Tha Carter III," "Re-Birth," "I'm Not a Human Being" and "Priceless."
Rodriguez has a similar story. He claims he signed a deal in 2007 to produce music for YME and says his music ended up on “Tha Carter III," "Re-Birth," "We Are Young Money," "Carter IV" and "Priceless."
Both producers have hired Singh, Singh and Trauben to represent them.