Last year, Dre sued the legendary label that he helped create. Citing that he missed payments including being owed more than $1.2 million in unpaid royalties, $1.1 million from digital sales and more than $600,000 for mechanical royalties. April 20 was the day the case occurred where U.S. District Judge Christina Snyder ruled in favor for the legendary producer. Howard King, who is a attorney that represents Dre, had clarified that other entities can sell the album but Dre is to receive 100% of the proceeds from online sales including iTunes digital downloads. The legendary producer won the case and is now the owner of the digital rights of the classic west coast hip-hop album. Congratulations to Dr. Dre.