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Chicago Rapper King Louie Sues for Breach of Contract

Chicago native and drill rapper King Louie has sued his Chicago based record label for breach of contract. Louie, whose real name is Louie Johnson, is suing Lawless Inc. in the Cook County Circuit Court. He is suing because he met the requirements of a recording contract where he had to put out 5 albums in 5 years. Lawless allegedly breached the contract by not making royalty payments to Louie.

Louie has since demanded access to books and records. When Louie received some financial records he alleged that the report did not add up to the amount of money he is owed for his works. He cannot ascertain how much he should have received. He is suing for $50,000 in damages and the amount of money he should have received in royalties.

If you have a breach of contract claim, contact Thomas E. Patterson at tpatterson@pattersonlawfirm.com or (312)-223-1699.

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