Meek Mill warns all records labels to let artists have ownership or they will be viewed as slave masters

Kiss Daniel and Runtown may support this – Meek Mill says, “All records labels should start letting artist have ownership or you will be viewed as a slave master!” – See more

Meek Mill is one to always air his opinion regardless of the status quo. And the Championships album maker is doing so regarding the aspect of music publishing rights.

The former boyfriend of Nicki Minaj took to Twitter to warn all records labels to let artists have ownership, or they may be viewed as modern day slave masters.

Meek Mill tweet screenshot record labels slave masters

Meek Mill tweet screenshot record labels slave masters

We shared this news in respect to Kiss Daniel and Runtown‘s legal war with their respective record labels G-WorldWide and Eric Manny Entertainment. What do you think? Should record labels own 100% right of their artists’ works or not? Share your opinions by commenting below.

2 comments on “Meek Mill warns all records labels to let artists have ownership or they will be viewed as slave masters”

  1. yes it has to be so. how will i work write hit song and record label will just collect it from me. it is not fair.

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