Posted by Robert
Rap News Network
9/15/2003 7:29:58 AM
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Crooked I interview from the September 2003 edition of Showcase Magazine.
Death Row Records, Snoop Dogg, Tupac, DPG Recordz, and Virgin Records are all mentioned. *Click the source tab to read the entire interview.
Death Row Records, a dynasty like no other... Dr. Dre, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Tha Dogg Pound, 2pac. Exit Dre, Snoop's murder trial, the unsolved murder of Tupac Shakur, Snoop leaves, Kurupt The Kingpin follows, CEO Suge Knight's incarceration, Daz jumps ship too... The rise, the fall.
It's been a number of years since Tha Row held its validity as the most dangerous label in the rap music. Long before the Murder Inc's, Rocafellas, Ruff Ryders, Aftermaths of the world held relevance Death Row Records was the most powerful imprints in hip-hop, period.
After a string of unreleased 2pac music, the newly re-christened Death Row Records is back in the game again. With Suge a free man inmate Kurupt back on board and the recent release of the soundtrack to the Eddie Griffin starring vehicle Dysfunktional Family, featuring a slew of brand new Death Row hopefuls, most notably, by way of Long Beach, California, the self-professed gangsta Langston Hughes, Crooked I, Death Row has once again set out to show & prove that 'aint a damn thang changed.
I caught up with Tha Row's bearer of the torch, Crooked I, as he was putting the finishing touches on his long in the making highly touted, debut, Say Hi To The Bad Guy.
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