Not long after Jay Sean left Cash Money in late 2014, the producers of Jay’s 2009 album All or Nothing sued Birdman and company for a $1 million in unpaid royalties.
Orange Factory Music said they had a written contract to produce seven songs on that album, but hadn't received any royalties on the tracks they delivered. Earlier this week Louisiana magistrate judge Karen Wells Roby agreed, awarding the producers $1.14 million, including legal fees.
That covers all of their royalties for All Or Nothing, plus 50 percent for the tracks Orange Factory Music produced for Jay Sean's 2012 So High Japan-edition release -- for which they never had a written contract with Cash Money.
Cash Money hasn't commented on the legal defeat.