After a Top 20 debut week at retail, DMX's seventh solo album, Undisputed is now involved in a legal battle. According to AllHipHop.com, Seven Arts Entertainment has sued In The Zone Entertainment over distribution rights to the latest album from the Yonkers, New York Rap star.
In The Zone's Craig Sussan and Charles Gullo are reportedly breaking an agreement arranged by Seven Arts. Per AHH's report, the company made an agreement to distribute an album by DMX in February, called Redemption Of The Beast. In The Zone failed to pay Seven Arts a fee as agreed by the contract. Seven Arts is seeking over $6 million in damages.
Undisputed, featuring production by Swizz Beatz and Dame Grease, sold approximately 17,000 copies in its first week at retail.