Megan Thee Stallion prevailed in yet another conflict with her label 1501 Certified Entertainment. A judge says Meg can release her remix of BTS mega-hit “Butter” on Friday over 1501’s objections.
Meg believes if released, “Butter” will help to expand her international fanbase, thanks to BTS’ massive brand. She claims 1501 told her they don’t believe the song would be good for her recording career — but she says that excuse is just a cover — and deep down the label is trying to shake her down for 6-figures and force her to pay them to sign off on the song’s release.
Meg signed with Carl Crawford‘s label 1501 when she was 20, and things haven’t been too great with the label in recent years.
Speaking of international fanbases, BTS’s original “Butter” recently blew past half a billion views on YouTube.
The remixes have been doing huge numbers, too, including their own “Hotter Remix“:
They also released a “Cooler Remix:”
Bring on Hot Girl Meg’s remix so we can see if it’s hotter or cooler!