Drake’s management team, consisting of manager Cortez Bryant, Gerald “Gee” Roberson, Derrick Lawrence, and the firm Aspire Music Group LLC., is being sued by talent scout James “Jas” Prince Jr. Prince is credited for getting Drake signed to Young Money Records. Reportedly, Jas played Drizzy’s CD for Lil Wayne and the rest is history. From there, Drake went on to release his 2009 breakout mixtape, So Far Gone, and became a household name. Prince alleges that Bryant verbally agreed to pay him a portion of the profits earned from Drake's deal with Young Money and is seeking retribution for his contribution.