Megan Thee Stallion not too long ago advised followers her subsequent album might be an indie effort, and that is no cap — her years-long battle together with her report label 1501 Licensed, and its boss Carl Crawford, is now over!
Billboard reported on Thursday that each Megan and 1501 will “amicably half methods” … ending 3 years of back-and-forth swipes on social media.
The 2 events began going at it in 2020 … the “WAP” rapper cited repeated makes an attempt by the Houston-based label blocking her from releasing music and fulfilling her contract.
No phrase if both get together paid out any cash to finish the deal, however Crawford softened his stance on Meg earlier this yr after the Tory Lanez responsible verdict for taking pictures her.
He debuted his new label president Kai “Verse” Tyler to TMZ Hip Hop again in Feb. … revealing he was sorry for his half within the Meg wars, which included dangerous mouthing her Roc Nation boss Jay-Z.
The fanfare did not final lengthy … Kai’s since jumped ship and so did 1501’s different hitmaker, Erica Banks, who not too long ago dropped a diss track geared toward 1501 with the identical gripes as Megan — “Give a f*** about that label they see me/They usually owe me some cash, they grasping.”
Carl’s a former MLB All-Star, so it is time to attract on that “team-building” experience.
Meg’s been there, accomplished that on the subject of 1501.