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  1. Apr 03, 2021 · According to Dr. Dre himself, he named the album 2001 after his former colleagues at Suge Knight’s Death Row Records stole its original name, 2000. Dr. Dre named his album ‘2001’ after Suge Knight stole the name ‘2000’

  2. Rapper/producer Dr. Dre filed a lawsuit in bankruptcy court against defunct label Death Row Records over who owns the rights to the 1992 album "The Chronic." Dr. Dre, whose real name is Andre ...

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  5. Apr 21, 2015 · Dr. Dre Wins Lawsuit Against Death Row Records A federal judge ruled that the label does not have the rights to sell The Chronic album digitally. UPDATED ON : APRIL 21, 2015 / 02:41 PM

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  6. May 13, 2014 · Dr Dre has lost a legal bid against his former label, Death Row Records. A judge dismissed Dre's $3m (£1.8m) royalty claim – a minor setback for the recently minted richest man in hip-hop .

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  7. 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.