The album is a respectable debut from one of rap's brightest stars.
Other defendants include Jake Paul, Nick Carter, YouTuber Ben Phillips, and SafeMoon LLC and its subsidiaries.
The rapper's lawyers are alleging $6.5 million was raised in venture capital as a result of the unauthorized collection.
Projects could feature QC's roster of artists, which includes Migos, Lil Yachty, City Girls, and Lil Baby.
In addition to Yachty, NFL Hall of Fame wide receiver Terrell Owens is also an investor in the plant-based nutritional supplemental brand.
“Oprah’s Bank Account” also features Drake and Da Baby.
Drake continues to win thanks to his guest verse on Lil Yachty's new single, "Oprah's Bank Account."
When an artist can release two albums in one year, it's a testament to their work ethic and drawing power.
Act up, you can get snatched up.