Dancehall Reggae artiste Khago and his management team are happy about their recent success in the counter-case, filed against “Streaminn Hub inc’s” producer Kemar “Flava” Mcgregor.
The ruling was handed down in a South Florida Court on February 16.
The drama started in 2018 when the “Nah sell out” artiste was sued by the producer for breach of contract, fraud, defamation of character, and copyright infringement.
The Manchester native was brought to court for the albums, “Spirit, Dancehall Soca and Walk a mile”.
The twist of the story, however, is that Khago’s team is now walking away with a total of $763,626 .36, Us dollars which was awarded to them upon winning the case.
The large sum includes $300,000 for copyright infringement damages, $298,705.77 for punitive damages, $65,352 in reasonable expenses and attorney fees.
Upon the last court case Mcgregor and his legal team did not show up however, the orders for him not use any of Khago’s music in marketing on any platforms, was still given along with the orders for damage compensation.
The manager who is also the wife of the deejay expressed that Khago’s team, was happy with the outcome as they have been fighting with the case for a while.
She also said that the deejay is now ready, to resume his music in Jamaica and she also spoke to the Jamaica Observer, letting them know that the artiste will be opening his studio In Manchester very soon.