Snoop Dogg’s Death Row Deal Doesn’t Include Certain Music Catalogs

Snoop Dogg aquired Death Row with a catch.

Death Row Records was bought by Snoop Dogg earlier this month, delighting fans. However, the deal’s conditions are apparently still “being discussed,” and from the looks of it, Dr. Dre and 2Pac records are unlikely to be included. Snoop would not have access to 2Pac’s Death Row albums All Eyez On Me and The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory, according to Billboard.

Similarly, Dr. Dre’s 1992 solo debut The Chronic, a Death Row CD, may not be reissued until early 2023, making Snoop Dogg the roster’s best-selling artist. According to the source, the details of Death Row’s catalog part of the well-known sale are still being worked out, therefore MNRK Music Group and investment company Blackstone remain the owners of the Death Row catalog entries until the deal is completed.

If this deal goes through completely with the catalogs included, it would make Snoop very wealthy. The Chronic album alone has sold over 6 million copies and still selling to this day, then the gain of Tupac’s album “All Eyez On Me” which sold over 5 million copies and still selling would just tip Snoop into legendary status.

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