Music superstar Enrique Iglesias filed a lawsuit in federal court in Miami on Wednesday against Universal International Music BV, a Netherlands-based music producer and international distributor.

The “Bailando” singer wasn’t dancing around the point: His music generated billions of streams for Universal, which has allegedly shortchanged him on royalties, according to the lawsuit filed by Miami attorneys at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan.

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