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American record label founded in 1992 by Dr. Dre, Suge Knight, The D.O.C. and Dick Griffey. Wikipedia

  • Suge Knight

    American former music executive and the co-founder and CEO of Death Row Records, who was a central figure in gangsta rap's catapult to massive commercialization. Attributed to the record label's first two album releases: Dr. Dre's The Chronic in 1992 and Snoop Dogg's Doggystyle in 1993. Wikipedia

  • Dr. Dre

    American rapper, record producer, audio engineer, record executive, and entrepreneur. Founder and CEO of Aftermath Entertainment and Beats Electronics, and was previously co-owner of Death Row Records. Wikipedia

  • Dr. Dre production discography

    Discography of production by Dr. Dre, an American hip hop record producer and recording artist from Compton, California. It includes a list of songs produced, co-produced and remixed by year, artist, album and title. Wikipedia

  • Snoop Dogg

    American rapper and media personality. His fame dates to 1992 when he featured on Dr. Dre's debut solo single, "Deep Cover", and then on Dre's debut solo album, The Chronic. Wikipedia

  • Snoop Dogg discography

    The discography of American rapper Snoop Dogg comprises 17 studio albums, five collaborative albums, 16 compilation albums, three extended plays, 25 mixtapes, 175 singles (including 112 as a featured artist), and 16 promotional singles. He has sold over 12.5 million albums in the United States and 37 million albums worldwide. Wikipedia

  • Dr. Dre discography

    The discography of American record producer, sound engineer and rapper Dr. Dre consists of three studio albums, forty-two singles, (including twenty-four as a featured artist), six compilation albums, one soundtrack album, and twenty-one music videos. Dr. Dre began his rap career in the World Class Wreckin' Cru in the mid-1980s and performed with the group N.W.A from 1987 to 1991. Wikipedia

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    • During 1995, imprisoned, impoverished, and his mother about to lose her house, Tupac had his wife Keisha Morris get word to Marion "Suge" Knight, in Los Angeles, boss of Death Row Records.Tupac Shakur-Wikipedia
    • And on Tupac's behalf, his wife Keisha Morris communicated to Suge Knight of Death Row Records that Tupac, in dire straits financially, needed help, his mother about to lose her house.Tupac Shakur-Wikipedia
    • Knight, a notorious strongman and intimidator, was able to have Eazy-E release Young from his contract and, using Dr. Dre as his flagship artist, founded Death Row Records.Dr. Dre-Wikipedia
    • Earlier in 1992, Interscope negotiated a $10-million deal with Dr. Dre and Marion "Suge" Knight to finance and distribute their label, Death Row Records.Interscope Records-Wikipedia
    • Later in the decade the business acumen of the Bad Boy Records tested itself against Jay-Z and his Roc-A-Fella Records and, on the West Coast, Death Row Records.Hip hop music-Wikipedia
    • Upon leaving Ruthless and forming Death Row Records in 1991, Dre called on veteran West Coast DJ Chris "The Glove" Taylor and sound engineer Greg "Gregski" Royal, along with Colin Wolfe, to help him on future projects.Dr. Dre-Wikipedia

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