Rapper Snoop Dogg continues to make headlines, but this time he will appear in court against former record label, Priority Records. Snoop recently filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court, claiming Priority owes him $2 million dollars in back royalties. "Apparently, since EMI has taken over the running of Priority from Bryan Turner, the once somewhat artist-friendly label has decided to make up for a downturn in the industry by failing to honor the contracts made with its 'Hip-Hop' artists while Turner was at the helm," the lawsuit states. The rapper released several albums under his deal with Priority including Paid Tha Cost To Be Da Boss, Tha Last Meal and DA Game Is To Be Sold, Not To Be Told.
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