According to a federal jury ruling, Juvenile didn’t steal his most successful song from a rival New Orleans artist. The rapper was sued by Jerome ‘DJ Jubilee’ Temple, who claimed he created ‘Back That Azz Up,’ Juvenile’s 1998 hit. Jubilee and his record label, Positive Black Talk Inc., claimed Cash Money Records, Cash Money’s parent label Universal Records, and Juvenile violated copyright laws by using the song without permission. Read more.
You can adjust all of your cookie settings by navigating the tabs on the left hand side.