Darius Harrison, better known as Deezle, is even better known as the producer behind the incrediable music hit song "Lollipop" performed by rapper Lil Wayne. Back in March, Deezle filed a $20 million dollar lawsuit against Lil Wayne, Cash Money and Young Money, claiming that he is owed dues for his work.
Harrison says that he not only produced "Lollipop" for Weezy's "Carter III" album but also the tracks "Whip It," "Prostitute 2," "Action," "Mrs Officer" and "Let The Beat Build." Now the producer, who says he is owed unpaid royalties from the sales of the singles and the partent album, has released a statement…
“After consultation with my team I have decided to make a statement as it relates to the litigation pending against Cash Money and Young Money. At this time I am owed a sufficient amount of money and will protect the rights afforded me by the State of New York. My team is of the opinion that the matter will be resolved in a timely fashion.”
In the producer's lawsuit, it states that "Tha Carter III" album has sold six million copies, creating a total of $70 milllion in revenue. Deezle won three Grammy awards for the work he did for Lil Wayne.
Lil Wayne – Lollipop