Southern California rapper Snoop Dogg Buys Death Row Records
Snoop Dogg buys the home West Coast hip-hop ‘Death Row Records’ which launched him years ago. Moreover, he took over the company just a few days before the ‘Super Bowl Halftime Showcase’ at SoFi Stadium Sunday in Inglewood. In addition, when Snoop Dogg was asked about the deal, he talked about his ever desire to acquire his foster company.
He added that he had been always looking forward to the chance and the mean time he got opportunity, he just locked the offer. Moreover, it is in air that both the American rapper and Death Row Records’ co-founder, Dr. Dre, will share the stage on ‘Super Bowl LVI’.
Death Row Records and Snoop Dogg
Dr. Dre, Dick Griffey and Suge Knight jointly founded ‘Death Row Records’ in 1991. This music label is famous for West Coast hip-hop. Furthermore, with ‘Doggy Style’, Snoop Dogg launched his stellar career from this platform only. This company raised him as one of the finest Southern California rapper. With assistance of the label, he climbed to new heights. Moreover, he earned lots of name and fame in music industry.
MNRK Music Group controlled by Blackstone is the private equity fund of ‘Death Row Records’ used to have the authority over the record label. However, on Wednesday, the shift of ownership was announced publicly. Snoop Dogg will now run the company. Though, now, the record label isn’t totally under his account but still the final deal is signed.
Snoop Dogg happy reveal
On the purchase of ‘Death Row Records’, the rapper owner shared his happiness with crowd saying he is excited to take over the music group. Moreover, he added the iconic label holds immense value and will give birth to new music leads of future. He called it as a memorable and proud moment.