Donald Glover reportedly sued by former label
Update: a representative from Glassnote Records sets the record straight.
Donald Glover is being sued by his former label Glassnote Records, TMZ reports. Glassnote, which released the last three Childish Gambino records (Camp, Because The Internet and Awaken, My Love!) claims it hasn't been paid in accordance with Glover's streaming numbers. He's reportedly made over $700k in streaming royalties and hasn't directed any of that Glassnote's way.
Additionally, the suit says that the label has paid Glover almost $8 million in royalties, and will pay him $2 million over the span of the next three months. Earlier this year, Glover signed with RCA for what will reportedly be his last album as Childish Gambino.
In response for request for comment from The FADER, a representative from Glassnote records said:
This story was updated at 9:55 with additional details from Glassnote Records.