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Sherifah Rafiq Lobo
02:06 PM on 12/07/2011
"work for hire" what a horrible shady contract!!!! Who was their lawyer!?
03:55 PM on 12/07/2011
work for hire is very typical... if you want to get in the business, sometimes it is a way to make a name for yourself. If you can't turn that over into something more, oh well.
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Vanessa1129
Flash Light, Red Light, Neon Light, Ooh Stop Light
01:59 PM on 12/07/2011
Blackstreet had some good jams!
Guess it's nothing but the dog in him....lol
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Nuttinbutdatruf
01:37 PM on 12/07/2011
That's the way it is on BlackStreet......
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Vanessa1129
Flash Light, Red Light, Neon Light, Ooh Stop Light
01:57 PM on 12/07/2011
lolol
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TheFabOne
From the Bottom To the Top, The Cream Of The Crop!
11:59 AM on 12/07/2011
First off, Teddy Riley shouldn't even be quibbling about this, HE broke up Blackstreet, HE disbanded the group.

I understand the use of the name and all, and true, they should be brought to court for that, but still.......let this be a lesson.

Aaron and Damian Hall.........you're next.
02:17 PM on 12/07/2011
Mark & Eric were supposed to only perform in Blackstreet as long as Teddy Riley, Chauncey Hannibal, & Dave Hollister were involved. They was with them then just randomly they just booked a big tour without Teddy, Chauncey, & Dave and passed themselves of as Blackstreet. They got another cat Jeremy "J-Remy" Hanna doing Chauncey's parts and doing them badly. It's like a karaoke version of Blackstreet. They sing along to the vocal tracks instead of with their band
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jmoser1973
It is what it is.
08:28 PM on 12/07/2011
He has a right to disband the group that he started and has rights to. There may have been good reason to. I think that the whole point of the lawsuit is to stop them from using the name. I don't think you would be too thrilled if someone made lots of money of your product.