In this Sept. 19, 2014 file photo, singer Judith Hill arrives at Operation Smile's 2014 Smile Gala in Beverly Hills, Calif. Hill is set to open for Prince during his pop-up tour nationwide. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)
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NEW YORK: Judith Hill is used to false starts in her career.So Hill seemed unfazed when she discussed her newest career hurdle: lawsuits involving her debut album "Back in Time," featuring her mentor Prince.The 30-year-old Hill's album was released, for free, to Live Nation email subscribers late last month, along with a personal note from Prince.Days later, a producer who signed Hill to Sony's label sued Prince, claiming the superstar interfered with plans to release Hill's debut album, squandering hundreds of thousands of dollars spent developing Hill's career and recording her first album. The lawsuit contends Hill was told not to record with Prince several times, but she did it anyway.Hill is credited with writing all the songs on the album, with occasional help from others.Thousands of albums have been downloaded, said Hill (Live Nation did not return requests seeking comment).
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