By admin on Jan 13, 2015 under News

Iggy Azalea has gotten a judge on Monday to issue a preliminary injunction that prevents some of her songs from being released by music companies working with ex-boyfriend Maurice Williams (aka rapper Hefe Wine).

In September, Azalea filed the lawsuit upon word of unreleased music and a purported sex tape. The Australian pop star admitted to having a relationship with Williams when she was a 17-year-old in Houston, Texas. The man followed Azalea (born Amethyst Kelly) to Atlanta, and according to the complaint, “downloaded the entire contents of Azalea’s personal computer,” including unreleased master recordings.

Read the ruling here.

Later, after Azalea became famous for “Fancy” and “Problem” — she was the first artist since The Beatles to have #1 and #2 concurrently on the Billboard Hot 100 chart — a joint venture among Primco, ESMG, Top Sail and Wine Enterprises, Inc. claimed that they had “secured the rights” to release an EP by Azalea titled Inizio.

Source: Billboard

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