But at the end of the day I had to learn in find myself," Vaughn wrote beside a photo of Norwood.Brandy accused them of putting her career in jeopardy and claims the label actually tried to prevent her from recording and releasing new music after promising her hundreds of thousands of dollars for studio time that never materialized.Brandy Norwood is suing her record label which the singer says has refused to give permissions to release new music.
In the suit, the 37-year-old alleges that the label “will not pay for her to record new albums or allow her to otherwise release music to her fans [in] a blatantly unlawful attempt to bully Norwood into signing a new recording and distribution agreement containing terms far worse than her current agreement.” “Brandy is seeking million in compensatory damages.
The documents allege that Prescott, who is reportedly employed by Epic Records as a head of A&R, attempted to have Norwood sign a new recording and distribution contract with the label, which would allow the company to profit from Norwood’s acting and touring projects.” shares, “events occurred that led Defendants to want to delay Norwood from working on her second album.” Additionally, the lawsuit alleges that the “pursuant to the Agreement, Chameleon was obligated to pay recording costs for the second album in the amount of 0,000, 10 percent of which it would owe promptly following receipt of notice that Norwood had commenced recording of the second album.” Brandy’s team of lawyers states that RCA, which is the label that has distributed Norwood’s albums on behalf of Chameleon, cut ties with Chameleon and breaking a distribution deal that was made with the record label which left Chameleon without proper distribution and negatively impacted Norwood.
The songstress has sued Chameleon Entertainment Group and its president, Breyon Prescott, in Los Angeles this week where she claimed the record label won’t allow Brandy to record or release any new songs in an attempt to get the Grammy-winning artist to sign to a new deal.
Even though Brandy has since terminated her contract with the record label, she wants a judge to rule that the contract is void and that she is in no way tied to Chameleon.
Details as to reasons for the cut ties between the label and her management team were never revealed. She has been in seven celebrity relationships averaging approximately 2.2 years each. Given Name: Brandy Rayana Norwood, Bran'Nu Nickname: B-Rocka Age: 37 (2/11/1979)Occupation: Music - Singer Most Famous For: Never Say Never, album "He just complements me so well.