Drake has settled a legal dispute with the girl who allegedly lent her voice for his hit song, "Marvin's Room," off his 2011 album Take Care.
According to TMZ.com, Erika Lee and the rapper settled the dispute, and the case was dismissed on February 2nd.
However, details are unknown at press time.
Lee sued Drake in early 2012, she co-wrote the song with the rapper, but wasn't properly credit... and/or paid for her contribution. She also claimed she had a romantic relationship with him from 2010-11, and accused him of threatening her when she didn't back down from her lawsuit.
Drizzy would respond, claiming he never promised to pay her for using her voice on the track. Furthermore denied her allegations.
It's unclear if Lee was paid in the settlement.