(CBS/AP) Snoop Dogg has settled a lawsuit with his former record label.
At issue in the suit with Priority Records were fees and advances for a 1998 recording deal.
About all Snoop's lawyer would say is that the litigation has been "amicably resolved."
An attorney for Priority Records says there wouldn't have been a settlement unless both sides were happy with the out-of-court deal. Neither side would discuss the terms of the agreement.
Snoop sued Priority in November, 2006 claiming it owes him $2 million in fees under the record deal, and released a greatest hits disc without consulting with him.
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