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DJ Khaled Plan Suing Billboard Over Disqualified "Father Of Asahd" Merch Sales

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Dj Khaled and Billboard on melee over Father Of Asahd sales while Tyler the Creator celebrating his IGOR. Khaled is griping on Billboard for maneuvering on his tremendous 2019 project which he think to debut No.1 on Billboard yet it was put behind IGOR as No.2. Billboard already subject his album as deficiency oriented though DJ K get hold on the epic for play flaws. Now he is calling them out in a law court for a prob since Billboard allegedly failing to count over 100,000 of Father Of
Asahd sales.

Page Six told Amahiphop the latest move aimed by Khaled attorney. Silvio Pietroluongo, Billboard’s Senior Vice President of charts and data development threatening to sue since there's been a lot in the gut. Father Of Asahd sold downloads wasn't count as part of bundle deal and this a little drawback probably a hint giving everyone a clue why the album debut as No.2. He claims
they initially agreed to count them but then reneged.

A source close to Khaled said, “When Khaled’s team tried to appeal, Billboard refused to budge.” As a result, Tyler, The Creator’s IGOR debuted at No. 1, while Father Of Asahd took the No. 2 spot. The source point out Tyler’s bundle deal figures were included in his total sales, making the situation even more “unjust.”

Khaled putting out effort to make sure his album emerge his expectation. He already had minutes with CEO of Epic Records Sylvia Rhone regarding the matter. The DJ also put blames on his record label for not striving harder against the present situation. Billboard its and misdemeanor was that 100,000 units were disqualified wasn't even disclosed as number of his sales weren’t counted due to “strange anomalies in the data.


We hope that things will soon take shape next year. Billboard might shelve more rules to get some measures in chart art. Bundles are some of the confusing stuff on billboard and fans don't value it.

“We’re obviously not fans of bundling, nor should anyone who cares about artists making music. But our hands are being forced by Billboard’s desperate, last-ditch effort to keep streaming from eliminating what’s left of music downloads.” Chief Operating Officer at Roc Nation Desiree Perez said.

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