Offset Blasts Quality Control Music On Twitter

Offset just set off a bomb on Twitter by confirming his label issues with Quality Control and his inability to drop music. Moreover, he took to Twitter on Saturday (April 1) and let off a few tweets seemingly aimed at the label, though hopefully it's a poorly-timed April Fool's. "Never thought life be this f***ed up #LLTake," the Georgia rapper tweeted, adding a rocket emoji. "I can't drop music also." In a separate tweet, he wrote, "Black ppl holding black ppl back." Furthermore, many in the comments expressed support for 'Set, not only amid his label issues but given his grief.

What's more is that this follows reports of details concerning the Migos MC's lawsuit against his record higher-ups. "Offset now brings this action to vindicate his rights and make it clear to the world that Offset, not Quality Control, owns Offset's music," the suit stated. Around 2021, he "came to understand the full ramification of the deal that he entered into," according to the lawsuit, and fought with the label over who owned his work. It seems like he sold his previous music but got out of his contract, yet QCM still tried to claim rights for his song "54321."

Offset Expresses Frustration On Social Media Amid Label Drama

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However, this is still a murky situation, especially given the record company's stance on it. "The label claimed it had an agreement with Capitol Records that required Capitol to assign all of Capitol's rights in sound recordings obtained by Quality Control's 'Accepted Artist' that it had furnished to Capitol back to Quality Control," a RadarOnline report read. Still, the 31-year-old's lawyer maintained a different perspective.

"Quality Control no longer owns the copyright to Offset's solo sound recordings and is no longer licensing Offset's solo sound recordings to Capitol, and Capitol has acquired ownership of Offset's solo sound recordings directly from Offset," they expressed. With all this in mind, Offset's solo future remains in the balance musically, but there's no doubt he still has many fans behind him. As such, hopefully this can get cleared out amongst the two parties to result in a less heated and scrutinized public beef. Regardless, check back in with HNHH for the latest news and updates on QCM and Offset.


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