Lil Kim Sued for Not ‘Delivering Vintage Goods’

A New York recording company has filed suit against “Let It Go” star Lil Kim. Brookland Media filed the lawsuit Tuesday in Manhattan’s state Supreme Court saying the Grammy-winning rapper hasn’t delivered recordings that are required under the their contract. Lil’ Kim’s lawyer, Londell McMillan, says Brookland sued “to leverage their own position” in the contract dispute. The lawsuit says Brookland contracted with Lil’ Kim this year and spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on recordings, equipment and advance payments. Court papers say the rapper later tried to change the contract and refused to continue recording unless Brookland agreed. The papers say she had recorded only a few tracks toward a new album by the beginning of September. Brookland wants the court to declare the contract valid and bar Lil’ Kim from recording for another company. In related news, Lil’ Kim is slated to release her fifth studio album next year. Rumored to be titled “Vintage,” the album is expected to released under Lil’ Kim’s Queen Bee Entertainment.


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