Recording artiste Mr. Lexx seems to have squashed his beef with publishing company, VP records.

The beef became visible to us after the entertainer took to social media stating that the record label is cruel. “How cruel is this? VP records is telling me they own the publishing for 145 of my songs for the rest of my life. Imagine the countless artists they did this to. Imagine how much artists died without a cent in their account and VP still collects their cheques. How is this legal?” he said.

However, after the rant, things seem to have cooled down as he posted again on social media saying that both parties are now on good terms following a meeting. “Today (Monday) I had a meeting with CEO of VP records Chris Chin who personally contacted me and tho I can’t mention in detail everything discussed I am happy to say we came an agreement which I’m comfortable and with that want really reach the up coming artists when being…. approach with contacts ensure they have legal representation before signing anything,” the ‘Full Hundred Singer’ wrote on Twitter.

The Zee reached out to the entertainer to hear what he had to say about the matter…

 The entertainer signed with VP Records over 20 years ago.