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Brandy is set to do battle with her label Chameleon Entertainment and its president, Breyon Prescott. According a lawsuit filed on Tuesday, Brandy is alleging that the label won’t pay her to “record a new album or releas[e] new music to her fans.” She believes the holdup is based on a “blatantly unlawful attempt to bully [her] into signing a new recording and distribution agreement containing terms far worse than her current agreement.”

Brandy is seeking $1 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.”

The thirty-seven year old singer’s latest single, “Beggin & Pleadin’” was released in January. She told EW that an album was “in the works” and that she’d been in LA “working and singing.”


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