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  1. Aug 13, 2019 · Former cocaine kingpin Michael 'Harry O' Harris, who helped found Death Row Records, the label behind music legends Dr Dre, Tupac Shakur and Snoop Dogg, is set to be released from prison after 31 ...

  2. Oct 04, 2018 · That prison time – along with Shakur’s death, feuds between Knight and a number of rappers, and desertions by Dr. Dre, Snoop and others – contributed to the label’s bankruptcy in 2006.

  3. Jan 20, 2021 · Harris, 60, helped to fund and found the label with Suge Knight, although he had been in prison since 1988. With Dr. Dre, Tupac, Snoop and others, Death Row was one of the most successful labels ...

  4. Jul 06, 2015 · In 1996, Dre split with Knight, forming his own label, Aftermath — like Death Row, under the umbrella of Iovine’s Interscope Records. Knight was relentless in trying to get back master ...

  5. Nov 05, 2011 · Dr. Dre made his name as a member of the granddaddy of all gangsta rap groups, N.W.A. ("Niggaz With Attitude"), whose debut album was titled Straight Outta Compton. After Dre quarreled with fellow N.W.A. member Eazy-E and left the group, he became the first rapper signed to Death Row Records, which was run by Suge Knight, his former bodyguard ...

  6. He is a music executive and co-founder and CEO of Death Row Records, which produced albums for co-founder Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Tupac Shakur, MC Hammer, and several others In February 1997 he was sentenced to 9 years in prison for attacking a rival gang member.

  7. Feb 05, 2015 · 1992: Death Row’s first release, Dr. Dre’s The Chronic, sells 5 million albums. Regardless of the success, that May, Dre, Suge, and DOC head down to New Orleans for a movie premiere for which ...