Tupac Shakur’s estate is reportedly taking definitive action against Universal Music Group over their 2008 fire which caused the late legendary’s rapper master recordings to get destroyed.
Artists such as Eminem, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, and Snoop Dogg, were among those listed in the initial roundup.

According to new legal documents obtained by The New York Times, Universal Music Group are being sued for failing to “protect” the master copies.

The lawsuit also claims that any of the artists affected by the 2008 fire have never received compensation for their damaged work.The consortium is reportedly seeking over $100 million in damages.
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