Hebrew Hustle Settles Drake's Potentially Damaging Countersuit

To keep away from long-term injury to the corporate’s status — to not point out continued litigation bills — Hebrew Hustle has now settled with Drake.

Several years in the past, Stephen Hacker and his manufacturing firm, Hebrew Hustle, filed a lawsuit towards Drake.

They alleged that the Canadian hip-hop artist had willfully infringed on a music.  Drake’s 2013 monitor, ‘Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2’ clearly copied components of the late Jimmy Smith’s 1982 music, ‘Jimmy Smith Rap,’ although it’s unclear if that borrowing constituted willful infringement.