Warren is seeking a total of $2,375,000 in punitive and actual damages, and claims the defendants (who also include Khalifa’s publishing company PGH Sound, EMI Music Publishing, Rostrum Records, Warner Music Group, Atlantic Recording Corporation and the single’s producers, Stargate) “engaged in a scheme to defraud plaintiff out of the fruits of his copyright of the Subject song.”
The tokin’ MC has said that “Black And Yellow” refers to the team colors of his beloved Pittsburgh Steelers — as to what “Pink N Yellow” refers to, we’ll have to keep on wondering, since we doubt we’ll ever get to hear it.
UPDATE: JK! Here it is. Think the two tracks are way too suspiciously similar, or is this just a coincidence? (Honestly, we think “Pink N Yellow” was more than a little influenced by Jay-Z’s “99 Problems”.)
[Via The Boombox]