Donald Glover’s legal battle with his former label, Glassnote Records, has come to an end this week. The legal battle began in July when representatives from Glassnote Records alleged that Glover was attempting to claim 100% of his streaming royalties from Sound Exchange. In response, the record company claimed they were owed 50% of these royalties. Two months later, Glover filed a counterclaim alleging that they had underpaid him and charged him for inappropriate expenses. On Friday, the two sides came to an undisclosed agreement. According to a report from Variety, “A filing for declaratory judgment submitted to the Court on July 6 revealed that the label had already paid Glover $8 million over the life of the contract and was anticipating another $2 million in payments would come to him.”
Donald Glover and his legal representation have yet to publicly comment on the matter. In the meantime, Glover will be doing shows in London and Paris later this month. In addition, he is also working through some obstacles in getting through the third season of Atlanta. To top it all off, he is set to headline Broccoli City Music Festival next month in Washington, D.C.