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Lawyers for Dutch musician Mr. Probz, known for his 2013-14 hit “Waves,” said on Tuesday they have filed a claim worth more than $9.66 million against Sony in Amsterdam over royalties the artist argues Sony fraudulently withheld, according to Reuters.
Mr. Probz, whose real name is Dennis Stehr, argues that Sony deducted administration and distribution fees from his royalties as they were passed through the company’s subsidiaries, in violation of his contract which specified they should be determined when they were first collected, according to the wire service.
Sony, which denied the allegations, issued this statement to Reuters: “We categorically dispute the claims made and are in the process of reviewing the summons.”
Mr. Probz has about 5 million monthly listeners on Spotify and the radio edit remix of “Waves” with Robin Schulz has been streamed more than 800 million times. The “Waves” video has been viewed 500 million times on YouTube, according to the wire.