Before Drake joined the Young Money camp, talent scout James "Jas" Prince Jr. was the one who first saw the potential in the Toronto MC.
And now the young Houston executive wants what he claims is his just due.
Jas Prince, has filed a lawsuit in Manhattan Supreme Court against Drake's management team for breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty.
In total, there are 10 claims against Drake's manager Cortez Bryant, Gerald "Gee" Roberson, Derrick Lawrence and the firm Aspire Music Group LLC.
Prince says he hasn't been paid what is owed to him. Alleging that Bryant verbally agreed to pay a portion of the profits earned from Drake's deal with Young Money, a deal that Bryant facilitated.