Producer Suing For Drake, T.I., & 2 Chainz Profits Says He Was Stiff

A producer who previously worked with the likes of Drake, T.I., and 2 Chainz is suing for a cut off the rappers earnings claiming that he was stiff.

Arsenio Archer claimed that he worked with London On Da Track on a bunch of hits for Drake, T.I., 2 Chainz, Keke Palmer and others. Archer claimed in his suit that he worked on songs like Drake’s “Sneakin” featuring 21 Savage, 2 Chainz “Section,” T.I. song “About The Money,” and “Keke Palmer’s “I Don’t Belong To You.”

Archer is not suing any of the artists specified, but he is going after the labels that they are signed to and the labels that the songs were released under like Cash Money Records, Warner Music, Universal, Young Jeezy Music, Sony/ATV, Boozie Bad Azz Publishing, and Def Jam. He also blame London for not properly compensating him and that the Atlanta producer never got the proper permission to use his work, TMZ reported.

The producer is suing for all the loss revenue and wants an audit on the earnings of the singles so he can know how much money he is entitled to.