Dru Hill Sues Record Label After Poor Album Sales

Dru Hill and lead singer SisQo's return to music is considered a flop and they want to be compensated for failed commitments.

According to TMZ, Dru Hill and SisQo are suing Kedar Massenburg and his Kedar Entertainment Group, citing the company failed to spend the promised amount of dollars marketing their projects, which cost them millions.

In 2009, Dru Hill signed a two album deal with Kedar, and SisQo also signed two project solo deal. The first of two Dru Hill projects, entitled InDRUpendence Day, dropped in 2010, and SisQo's label debut, Last Dragon, arrived in February 2015. If you were one of the folks that didn't notice the projects, then you may not need to guess that they both flopped in the sales category.

In the suit, Dru Hill says Kedar Ent promised to spend $300k on marketing but failed to pony up the budget. The members also claim they were "shorted on royalties — never seeing a dime."

The members are seeking a milli each as well as the termination of their contracts.

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