Quincy Jones tightens lawsuit over music rights to Michael Jackson
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The dispute between music producer Quincy Jones, and the heirs of Michael Jackson and the record company Sony Music Entertainment is continued in the court. The case comes 21 February, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
The question is about the royalties that Jones wants on posthumously released albums of Jackson, including the soundtrack of This Is It and the re-release of Bad.
According to the producer, the songs of Jackson with deliberately re-edited so that he does not have to be paid.
Jones and Jackson’s heirs steggelen for several years about the case. Previously demanded Jones, responsible for many succesalbums of Jackson, $ 10 million (approximately 9.4 million euros) for the loss of royalties. The producer has worked for more than 35 years with the singer and made him more albums like Thriller and Off The Wall.