Hip-hop star DJ Khaled is suing bosses at his former record label over allegations they lost him around $1 million (£625,000) in royalty payments.

The All I Do Is Win hitmaker has filed suit against Entertainment One, accusing executives of breach of contract, accounting and unjust enrichment, claiming they failed to keep track of money he is owed, according to Billboard.com.

Lawyers for Entertainment One have moved to end the case by insisting company bosses released the appropriate accounts and allowed an audit of their records in April (14), but allege Khaled's representative failed to show up.

Khaled has previously worked with stars including Pitbull, Kanye West and Lil Wayne.