The three-year legal battle between Curren$y and Dame Dash is finally over. According to The Jasmine Brand, the two have reached an agreement on their $3 million lawsuit for an undisclosed amount.
The New Orleans rapper almost signed a deal with Dash's DD172 label, but the deal was never finalized and he ultimately signed with Warner Bros. Music. Subsequently, Dash released three albums (two in which were Pilot Talk and Pilot Talk II) without Curren$y's permission. Dash claims he had authorization to release the albums, though Spitta strongly disagrees.
Because of this dispute, it had an negative impact on Curren$y's deal with Warner Bros., and sued Dash for $1.5 million in damages. That price went up to $2.9 million and $95,000 in lawyer fees when the record executive refused to pay.
Now Spitta can put this fiasco behind him and put more focus on releasing his upcoming Canal Street Confidential.
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