Gimme the Loot Says Suit

(SOHH.com) Bad Boy Records, the estate of The Notorious B.I.G. and Universal Records, which distributed Ready to Die, are all currently being sues for samples used on the late rapper's 1994 classic album.

Music publishing company Bridgeport Music Inc, and sister company Westbound Records have launched a copyright infringement lawsuit, contending that Biggie (born Christopher Wallace), Bad Boy and Universal never received permission to use sample their works to record the songs "Ready to Die," "Machine Gun Funk" and "Gimme the Loot." [see full story for more] - Click here for the Full Story

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