Busta Rhymes, Leaders of the New School Sued Over 1991 Track (Docs)

(AllHipHop News) Busta Rhymes and members of his former group Leaders of the New School have been hit with a lawsuit stemming from a sample used on the song "Case of the P.T.A."The song, which taken from the L.O.N.S' debut album Future Without A Past, was a hit for the group in 1991. In a lawsuit filed on September 2nd in U.S. District Court for Central California, plaintiffs Drive-In Music Company accused Busta, Charlie Brown, Dinco D., Milo and Elektra Records of copyright infringement. The lawsuit stems over the use of the "Let A Woman Be A Woman, Let A Man Be A Man," by Dyke And The Blazers. According to Drive-In, they never realized "Case of the P.T.A." contained a sampled portion of the song. Additionally, Drive-In claims that A Future Without A Past is still presently being sold in digital formats, with the illegal sample in question. Drive-In is suing for damages that will be determined by a jury.The company also seeks a permanent injunction to halt sales of the classic Hip-Hop album, in addition to impounding any existing copies.