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Death Row Records’ Music Catalogue Is Now Owned By Toy Company Hasbro

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Staff Writer Death Row Records is definitely one of the best record labels of all-time. Suge Knight was one of its co-founders and signed legends such as 2Pac, Dr. Dre, and Snoop Dogg. The label went bankrupt in 2006 and its music catalogue has changed ownership plenty of

Snoop Dogg talks Wendy Williams being kicked out of 50 Cent’s party, saying he didn’t realize they had beef, but he took a pic with her outside the party, before he went in [VIDEO]

By Bossyy Staff Writer One thing about Snoop Dogg is that he is friends with everybody. There are few people, if any, that Snoop has any beef with. If there was one enemy Snoop Dogg ever had, it was Suge Knight, and Snoop even made peace with him, before his prison

Death Row Records Co-Founder Michael Harris To Be Released From Prison This Month After Serving 31 Years For Kidnapping and Murder Charges; Will Get Involved In Activism Work After Release

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Staff Writer Death Row Records is easily one of the best record labels of all-time as we saw superstars on their roster such as 2Pac, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and more. Classic albums came through the label as well such as Pac's "All Eyez On Me," Dre's "The

The Daughter Of Eazy E Goes Off On DJ Vlad Claiming Eazy Was Murdered By Suge Knight Not Killed From AIDS Following A Memorial Post; Vlad Responds Saying He Doesn’t Believe In Those Theories

By @MinneeTellsItAll Contributing Writer It seems as though the questions surrounding the circumstances of Eazy E’s death continue to be disputed to this day. Following a post about the late rapper as a memorial on DJ Vlad’s social media, Eazy E’s daughter, Ree, responds with her disapproval of the message. Referring to

Dr. Dre biopic series, #VitalSigns, was scrapped by Apple Music, due to depicting tons of scenes filled with orgies, guns, and drugs

By M.A.C. Staff Writer Following the Straight Outta Compton success, there was an immediate rise in biopics. On television, "The New Edition Story" was a major success, leading to "The Bobby Brown Story," both of which were popular BET programs. Meanwhile, Compton spawned spinoffs. Michel'le would do her own Surviving Compton movie, which was not