Bruno Mars wants Big Music Inc. to back off!
Mars is suing the company, claiming it did not choose to keep him around after he gave them the agreed amount of songs earlier this year. The singer further says the company had a limited amount of time but failed to meet a deadline.
Entertainment website TMZ.com got a hold of the court documents filed in Los Angeles, Calif., on Tuesday.
In the documents, Mars also claims Big Music Inc. never let him know what their final decision would be, so he thought they were through.
Big Music Inc., meanwhile, says they are still entitled to 50 percent of all the copyrights to his music.