Offset and his legal beef with Quality Control Music — the label behind his career as a member of Migos — has ended … with signs pointing to a settlement.
According to docs, obtained by TMZ Hip Hop, Offset filed to dismiss the suit against QC with prejudice Tuesday, ending a lengthy legal battle in which Offset claimed the label was trying to control the rights to his solo music and not honoring a deal they struck.
Sources close to Offset tell TMZ Hip Hop the superstar rapper won’t be re-joining QC as a solo artist … but we’re told all disputes and differences were smoothed over.
Offset is currently releasing music on Motown … his most recent single features wife Cardi B and he’s got plenty of other songs in the works.
The compromise is par for the course for Offset this year … he patched things up with Quavo ahead of Takeoff‘s birthday tribute as well.
The degrees of separation in the music biz are also small potatoes … Lil Baby started a new label titled Glass Door Ent. on Tuesday and partnered with Motown/Capitol to steer his artist Rylo Rodriguez‘s career.