Drake Documentary Producers File Lawsuit Against Universal Music Group
The recorded producers are gloomy and aiming to win destruction cost from the lawsuit.
Drake isn’t aware. The producers of a documentary about Drake are suing Universal Music Group for having their flick pulled from streaming platforms.
Symmetrical Entertainment delivered the unapproved documentary film titled Drake: Re-Writing the Rules in November of 2018. Shortly afterward, they guarantee UMG sent them a notification to expel the majority of Drake’s music and video cuts from the film project. Symmetrical has since chosen to document a claim, as indicated by a TMZ report on Friday (Feb. 15).
As indicated by the suit, the company believes UMG needs to silent basic conclusions of the world-famous rapper saying the label’s action, “has nothing to do with purported ‘copyright infringement,’ and everything to do with placating its artist Drake by attempting to suppress any commentary or criticism of Drake.”
The project was at first put out on Vevo in November and afterward added to Netflix, iTunes, and Amazon on Jan. 16. UMG reached SE two days after the fact and they were compelled to pull the plug. The production company trusts their utilization of music and video falls under reasonable use and are hence not helpless to copyright claims. They are suing UMG for harms, professing to have lost a ton of cash when the doc was nixed.
Last January, a trailer for another unapproved documentary on the life and times of the Scorpion rapper titled Houston to Toronto hit the web.
See Below the trailer for Drake: Re-Writing the Rules