The music producers behind Jay Sean's album All or Nothing have filed legal papers claiming they were not fully paid for their work.

Producers at Orange Factory Music issued the lawsuit against executives at Sean's record label Cash Money alleging they had a deal to produce the R&B singer's 2009 hit single Down and seven other tracks, but have not been properly paid for their services.

In legal documents obtained by, the producers accused label bosses of taking two years to send them a cheque of $211,000 (£132,000), but they feel entitled to more.

They are seeking at least $1 million (£625,000).