Sony pays $65000 for rights to One Direction songs to a wrong company
April 8, 2016 - one direction
- Sony paid Family Affair Music $65,000 for a 3 hits
- But a rights indeed go to Family Affair Productions
- Sony contend Family Affair song have cashed a cheque
- They lay a association exclude to compensate a income back
Victoria Finan For Mailonline
Sony have turn inextricable in a lawsuit quarrel after profitable $65,000 for a rights to 3 One Direction songs to a wrong company.
The record tag giants contend that Family Affair Music have cashed a coupon they were sent for a rights to a 3 hits – though a rights are indeed owned by Family Affair Productions.
According to a lawsuit, Sony have been seeking Family Affair Music for a income behind though have not nonetheless perceived it.
Sony have turn inextricable in a lawsuit quarrel after profitable $65,000 for a rights to 3 One Direction songs to a wrong company
The band, shaped of Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Harry Styles, are now on hiatus
The songs Sony attempted to permit embody C’mon C’mon from a boyband’s 2012 strike manuscript Take Me Home, reported TMZ.
One Direction, shaped of Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Liam Payne, are represented by Simon Cowell’s association SyCo in a UK and Colombia Records in a US, both of that are distributed by Sony.
The rope are now on interregnum to pursue other projects.
Family Affair Productions is done adult of Julian, Peter and Damon Bunetta who are all songwriters.
The organisation have also created for associate X Factor stars Leona Lewis and Alexandra Burke.
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