In his later years, Tupac Shakur went through drastic changes. Coming out of prison, in 1995, Tupac Shakur signed to Death Row Records and transitioned into making gangsta rap music. During this time, Tupac Shakur went after former friends, including the one he worked with the most, The Notorious B.I.G.
As was the case with Ruthless Records, Snoop Dogg found himself pulled into the beef, but had reservations. Reluctance led to Dr. Dre leaving Death Row Records and launching his own label. Snoop Dogg remained with Death Row and Tupac Shakur dissed both him and Dr. Dre.
Before anyone could make amends, there were two deaths leaving hip hop with gaps the size of Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G. Snoop Dogg has remained relatively peaceful since this epic feud and has adopted a new persona. Speaking with Sway Calloway on his Shade 45 show, “Sway in the Morning,” Snoop opened up on this.
Watch the entire interview below: