Megan Thee Stallion is unhappy with her record company and is suing them over wording in her contract.
Megan says 1501 Certified Entertainment classified her November release Something for Thee Hotties as a mixtape and not an album. That means the music doesn't qualify for Meg's "Minimum Recording Commitment" for the label.
The parameter for what contractually qualifies as an album is the length. The label says the recording must be 45 minutes, and Something for Thee Hotties is 45 minutes and two seconds.
Megan wants a non-monetary judgment so that the release can count toward fulfilling her contract. [Pitchfork]