Megan Thee Stallion continues in a legal battle against record label 1501 Certified Entertainment. According to

Variety, the rapper has filed a complaint asking that last year's "Something For Thee Hotties" 

release be recognized as an album - which would result in the termination of her recording 

contract with the label.In addition, the owner of the "Traumazine" album is asking the label to pay $1 million in damages.

In the documents accessed by the site, the artist claims that 1501 owes the amount because of "insufficient royalty

payments" and for "unfairly [allowing] excessive marketing and promotion fees to

be deducted from the amounts owed to Megan under the recording contract."

If the judge rules in Megan's favor regarding the release of "Something For Thee Hotties," she 

will have fulfilled her contractual obligations to the record label and will be able to leave the label in compliance with the contract signed in 2018.