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  1. Dr. Dre Sues Death Row Over Album Rights | Billboard

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    The album was released on the Death Row label in November of that year. Around March 1996, Dr. Dre agreed to relinquish his 50 percent ownership interest in Death Row Records, as specified in a ...

  2. Apr 21, 2015 · The new incarnation of Death Row Records can now only sell the album in the format it was in — cassette, CD, 8-track and vinyl — prior to Dr. Dre's exit in 1996.

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  4. Dr. Dre Wins Lawsuit Against Death Row, Digital Rights to ...

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    The new incarnation of Death Row Records does not have the rights to sell Dr. Dre's iconic rap album "The Chronic" digitally, a federal judge ruled Tuesday. The rapper has a long history of ...

  5. The Source |Dr. Dre Wins Lawsuit With Death Row Records

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    Apr 23, 2015 · For the past year Dr. Dre‘s team has been battling Death Row Records over unpaid profits for his debut album, The Chronic.While last year they lost a very big case against the record company, as ...

  6. Why Death Row Records Was Bound to Self-Destruct - Trapital ...

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    Aug 21, 2019 · Death Row rose to unreachable heights then crashed and burned like a Shakesperean tragedy. By the end of 1996, Dr. Dre left the label, Tupac passed away, Snoop Dogg released an album that flopped, and Knight was behind bars. The demise of Death Row is often characterized as a premonition of its crime-ridden persona.

  7. Dr. Dre Leaves Death Row Records 23 Years Ago Today - XXL

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    Mar 20, 2013 · Beginning in 1992 with the release of Dr. Dre's solo debut The Chronic, Death Row enjoyed a successful but short-lived reign at the top of the hip-hop charts.The label later signed artists like ...

  8. Dr. Dre's $3 Million Lawsuit Against Death Row Has Been ...

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    May 12, 2014 · Dr. Dre filed a lawsuit against his former label, Death Row Records, for $3.05 million in unpaid royalties earlier this year, and now a judge has dismissed his claim.The rap producer and self ...

  9. Death Row Records - Wikipedia

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    Death Row Records (formerly Future Shock and Tha Row) was an American record label founded in 1992 by Dr. Dre, Suge Knight, The D.O.C. and Dick Griffey. The label became a sensation by releasing multi-platinum hip-hop albums by West Coast-based artists such as Dr. Dre (The Chronic), Snoop Dogg (), Tha Dogg Pound (), and Tupac Shakur (All Eyez on Me) during the 1990s.

  10. Rapper Dr. Dre to part ways with Death Row, start new record ...

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    Mar 22, 1996 · Death Row, also based in Westwood, has sold more than 18 million albums and dominated the nation’s pop charts over the last three years with gangsta rap music by such stars as Dre, Snoop Doggy ...