Jay Z's Tidal streaming service is facing a class action lawsuit for reportedly not paying proper royalites to The American Dollar, a duo comprised of Richard Cupolo and John Emanuele. According to the lawsuit filed against Jay’s S. Carter Enterprises, Tidal and Tidal's parent company Aspiro, the two musicians are seeking between $30,000 and $150,000 for each of the 116 copyright infringements they claim have been broken. But they're no strangers to suing, as they've gone after Grooveshark, and also sued the Lakewood Church for $3 million when they failed to renew a license on one of American Dollar's songs. (The case was thrown out of court.)

Tidal has responded to the lawsuit in a statement, saying it is up to date with all royalties and mechanical license payments, explaining that it has the rights to the master recordings through its distributor Tunecore, and said Cupolo and Emanuele should instead have engaged with the Harry Fox Agency, which administrates mechanical license payments.

Richard and John "are misinformed as to who, if anyone, owes royalty payments to them," Tidal said in a statement. "They especially should not be naming S Carter Enterprises, LLC, which has nothing to do with Tidal. This claim serves as nothing other than a perfect example of why America needs Tort reform."