Marc Mysterio v Brandy Case Settled

07/11/2011
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Marc Mysterio v Brandy Norwood lawsuit has been settled. Mysterio brought suit against the former Dancing with the Stars contestant claiming that he paid Norwood $10,000 to provide two verses as her Timbaland-created rap alter-ego, Bran'Nu, for a track for his upcoming album and her manager reportedly backed out of the deal.

Pop Eater reported at the time the lawsuit was filed that Brandy's manager and cousin Ryan Ramsey phoned Mysterio and reportedly told him, "Yo Marc, listen, we just had a meeting with Universal and we tryin' to wrap up her new album deal with them and we have an issue now cuz we went over all the features she had lined up and they won't sign the deal with us if she follows through on your song cause they don't want her rapping over a dance record since they weren't happy with how her Bran'Nu tracks on Timbaland's album went down, so we gotta back out on this one."

Norwood's motion to have the case dismissed failed and the matter was scheduled to go to trial on August 3rd, 2011, according to a source close to the case. VH1 Camera crews also reportedly recorded the meeting between Marc Mysterio and Brandy, which Mysterio planned to use in his case. "The videotapes from VH1 TV of us talking will be in court and out in the public soon enough, so it will be very clear how far along that project was," Mysterio told Singersroom. With the case not going to trial, it's unlikely the public will be able to see the footage unless VH1 decides to use it.

Now with the case settled, Mysterio is focusing on his forthcoming album 'Redemption' and releasing new music through his new deal with Song Music. The first single under the new deal is called 'All Wrong' which features MTV Europe Award Winner and Platinum Artist Karl Wolf & Jamie Sparks.

You can check out the 'All Wrong' here

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