LOS ANGELES, Sept. 21 (UPI) -- Jamie Foxx was sued for allegedly stealing his latest single, Party Ain't A Party, from emerging artist J Rand, court documents indicate.
Foxx released the single this week after a four-year hiatus from his musical career.
The song features rapper 2 Chainz and was produced by DJ Mustard.
All three were named in a lawsuit by musician Nontra Records, which said J Rand recorded the exact same song a year prior. In fact, both versions of the song were produced by DJ Mustard, the lawsuit said.
A representative for DJ Mustard said the artist shouldn't be implicated in the lawsuit.
"DJ Mustard did not grant any rights to a third party to exploit the recording, Party Ain't A Party, and, accordingly, this claim against DJ Mustard has absolutely no merit," the rep said.