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Brandy Quotes Prince in Lawsuit Against Record Company: ‘Contracts are Like Slavery’

Recording artist Bandy attends the Republic Records Grammy Celebration presented by Chromecast Audio at Hyde Sunset Kitchen & Cocktail on February 15, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
Recording artist Bandy attends the Republic Records Grammy Celebration presented by Chromecast Audio at Hyde Sunset Kitchen & Cocktail on February 15, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.

*Might we see a symbol of some sort mysteriously pop up on the cheek of singer Brandy in the coming weeks?

The artist, still currently known as Brandy Norwood, is suing her record company, claiming their arrangement is like “slavery,” according to court papers filed Monday.

Per Page Six, Brandy says that Chameleon Entertainment has failed to adequately fund her albums and is asking her to give away income from concerts and acting.

“Brandy Norwood’s story is Kesha Redux, but without the sex,” the Manhattan Supreme Court suit states, according to Page Six.

In the filing, Brandy quotes Prince as saying, “record contracts are just like . . . slavery.”

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