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« Reply #50 on: July 05, 2008, 08:21:45 PM »
Most of the money to fund The Chronic sessions was provided by the money Suge got out of Vanilla Ice from his ghostwriter Chocolate. As a result, Death Row also let Chocolate Record a full album. It wasnít what Suge considered Death Row material because of itís possessiveness. It was eventually released on their original sub label Sonar. Itís a rare fact that Chocolateís Life-N-A-Day is the first album recorded & finished by Death Row Records.

Chocolate introduced Suge to The Convictz. Although signed to Death Row. They never made any releases except Tre-Duece on Life-N-A Day. Suge & Dre tried to convince The D.O.C. to write Tre-Duece songs & have Tre-Duece ghost voice The D.O.C. on his sophomore album. The D.O.C. was to limp sink Tre-Duece rapping D.O.C.ís lyrics. Unfortunately D.O.C. Didnít agree with the idea. D.O.C. thought Dre could make him a hot album regardless of his vocal damage but Dre didnít believe he could. D.O.C. eventually left Death Row after Murder Was The Case & stole many unreleased Dre beats meant for Helter Skelter & verses he wrote 4 Dre. The Material though didnít make The D.O.C.ís sophomore album. Instead D.O.C. wrote news with Exotic D trying to rap like he had his voice back. Although the album was successful, D.O.C. has apologized to fans for it.

BJ The Mocking Bird who was featured on The Chronic. Was early on signed to Death Row but only dropped one other track on the Players Club Soundtrack. He latter became an executive at Murder INC records. Talked on Rebels Symphony off The Murderers Compilation & latter stared with Tyrin Turner (Menace 2 Society) in Queens Drug Kingpinís directorial Debut Crime Partners.

Dr. Dre produced a track for future Murder INC artist Caddillac Tah for the Deep Cover Soundtrack. But ended up releasing the song with Jewell instead.

Chris ďThe GloveĒ Taylor formally of Poí Broke & Lonely Co-Produced the majority of The Chronic with Gregski & minor work from Chocolate.

MF Grimm & Chocolate are rumored of ghost wrote the majority of The Chronic. Although others say it was D.O.C. & Snoop Dogg.

DJ Quik & Chocolate both managed by Suge recorded for The Chronic, but were initially replaced by RBX & Dogg Pound as they were not official signed to the label.

During The Chronic. Dre invited Geto Boys member Bushwick Bill to record on The Chronic in hopes of signing him to a solo deal thus resulting in him only being on 1 track. Scarface was rumored to be pissed off he wasnít asked instead to be on it.

Latter on Death Row returned the favor by Dr. Dre, 2Pac & Daz Dillinger collaborating on Untouchable in 96 but the album was pushed back to 1996. During the recording sessions. Pac also recorded with Scarface & Rap-A-Lotís Oakland protťgť Seagram who died the same year as Pac. His material along with other OG material from Scarface & Makaveli as well as actual unheard tracks Mike Dean stole from Daz who stole from Suge made up 2Face which Ameru records prevented from being released.

K-Solo & Lady Or Rage were next to come out before Pac signed to Death Row. K-Solo left soon afterwards.

Suge owned JT The Bigga Figga a favor & promised to JT that Get Low & Death Row would release a Gamblaz & Dogg Pound album. Although a few songs were recorded. The 2 Groups began to argue and the album was never finished.

Due to the enormous success of All Eyez On Me. Suge decided Lady Or Rageís album Eargasm wasnít good enough and scraped it. She recored a new album Necessary Roughness in 97. The album didnít due as well as expected.
The Lady Of Rage went to pick up a check from Death Row, but she didn't schedule it. So she went all out on the offices. That was the end of her Death Row career

Lady Or Rage was replaced by V.K. who Tha Realest brought to Death Row along with many other Southern artists during 98-99 in what some call The Death Row invasion of The South which also included Chocolate, Jr. Nites, Thin Corleone, Picasso, Doobie, El Dorado & others.

V.K. a.k.a. Vanesha Knight was taken off Death Row's roster during the Chronic 2000 tour for demanding a hair dresser, before every show.

Stretchís boss E Money Bags snitched on Pac during The Rape Trial. Others also rumor Stretch did as well which caused Pac to end their friendship after getting out of Jail. Many also say E Money Bags got Stretch hooked on Crack in 95 before he died. After his death & the break up of Live Squad. E Money Bags eventually created G-Unit with Marvolous AKA Tony Yayo, 50 Cent, Wax-A-Million & BangíEm Smurf. Later Wax left & 50 replaced him with Lloyd Banks, E Money Bags died, BangíEm was kicked out & replaced by Young Buck who had just left Juvenileís UTP Playaz who had originally collaborated with 50 & many say 50 stole their swag for G-Unit.

C-Bo recorded 2 other unreleased songs with Pac for All Eyez On Me. Itís rumored 1 of them was on his unreleased album he latter did for Death Row.

Rappin 4 Tay claims he should have been on All Eyez On Me more which suggests he did at least more then 3 songs for the album.

Mannie Fresh offered everyone at Death Row a platinum teeth if they did a compilation. The compilation was never finished because Mannie realized he couldnít cover everyoneís teeth with the money skimmed off artists on the label who went platinum such as Juvenile & Lilí Wayne.

Spice-1 was locked up during the recording of The Chronic and for that reason didnít make the album.

Blunt Tyme was an incomplete song by Dre. RBX, Sam Sneed, K-Solo, Lady Or Rage & others all recored verse for it. The song was never finished & put together. Latter on it was remixed with an unreleased Pac verse & was intended for a Pac & Dre remix album that was never finshed. Itís thought by many that the rare bootlegged remix is actually a real original Pac & Dre unreleased collabo for All Eyez On Me.

Thug Life members Raided R & Macadoshis wouldnít go with Death Row & be involved in business with Suge. Thous then not being in Outlaw Immortalz.
Outlaw Immortalz record Hard Labor (Original), M.O.B., When We Ride & several other songs around the same time as All Eyez On Me was being recorded. Mopreme & Big Syke after the release of the album left the group due to disputes with Suge. Suge prevented both from working with Pac afterwards. Hard Labor OG featuring C-Bo & Big Lurch the cannibal was lost but re-recorded with the Lawz without Fatal, Pac & Kadafi.

Kadafi mostly screwed around with a Latina girl who lied about her age when they met & turned out to be 15, she later became a porn star. After Kadafiís Death She pleaded for Death Row to release a debut solo post hummer album by Death Row up until 2000. She was unsuccessful at convincing them & ended up stealing 7 solo tracks Kadafi recorded & several Fatal-N-Felony tracks that she copied for Hussein Fatal. She has a whole guarded room full of several pics, homemade pronos, rare Death Row posters including the original cover & album copy of 2 Gangsta 4 Radio that Suge didnít approve of. Kadafiís girl was taken off the cover because Dave Kenner found out she had been only 16 in 1996 & convinced Death Row to sever ties with her. Yaz has also advised her not to brag out being Kadafiís girl & has denied their relationship. She had sung on the Fatal-N-Felony album, did a tribute with Fatal & Spice-1 but since then hasnít recorded any new music. Her guarded room is a replecate of the room she had when she was with Kadafi only decorated with rare Pics & Posters of Pac, Outlawz, Fatal-N-Felony & other stuff.

The Fatal-N-Felony was finished & featured many collabos with many duos & groups including Dogg Pound, Luniz, Cydal, Kausion, Red & Method man, CMC & also featured Bay Area legends such as Dru Down, Spice-1, Shock G, Mac-Mall, Ray Luv as well as Treach, Capital L.S., Asu, DBGíz, Mic Geronimo & others.

Kadafi & Fatal were featured on an unreleased CMC collabos album that never was released on TVT records. Kadafi also used CMC for the Live Squad & affiliates beef that Pac mostly only dissed subliminally & Let Fatal & Kadafi diss.

Kadafi got CMC, Mic Geronimo, Royal Flush & Freaky Tah of Irv Gotti formally DJ Irvís original label Blunts Recordings/TVT an interview with Suge as potential artists for Death Row East. Suge was impressed and offered them a deal. But then Pac died, Death Row East never happened. Irv had real problems with TVT because of promotion. Irv says he wouldíve signed his label over to Death Row had Russell Simmons not offered him a deal with Def Jam.

Kadafi & Fatal left The Lawz after Pac died. The only reason Kadafi remained on tracks was cause he died. Both left because The Lawz had signed to Death Row which Pac told them not to.

Kadafiís mom only Ha mostly Pre-Death Row, Dramacydal & bootlegged tracks featuring Kadafi as well as some early Fatal-N-Felony & Tha Havenotz original songs.

Storm retired but since then has come out of retirement & joined Tha Havenotz. Napolean & Yukmouth due to their parents dieing were originally also involved in the group. But Kadafiís mom has wanted no involvement with Napolean due to his cousin killing Kadafi & has edited him off of all of their songs. The original idea was to get a bunch or young rapping, orphan kids & theyíd be the 3rd generation of Tha Havenotz. Candyman was the only official member. Pac originally called them Tha Bastardz.

Although 6 Feet Deepís album was never released. 69 sung the hook on As the World Turns & other unreleased Pac & Outlawz songs while Six2 sung on several Chocolate Bandit & Tha Realest unreleased songs.

Pac was jealous of the attention Dre was given to Sam Sneed instead of him during the making of All Eyez On Me. This is allegedly the real reason why Pac beat Sam Sneed up.

During The Poppaz Got A New Funk Sessions. Dre mostly worked from non-cali rappers such as Drama (of Queens), Shariff (of Brooklyn), K-Solo (of Queens), Sam Sneed (of Pittsburg), J. Flexx (of Dayton) all of which caused friction between Dre & Pac.

Bizzy Bone has claimed that he is the only Bone Thug who ever met, new & collaborated with Pac & that all the rest of the members should feel lucky Bizzy let them get on the remix. But others have claimed that Mike Mosley & others have recorded sessions for One Nation with Bone Thugz, Outlawz & Pac though none has leaked.

Threat AKA Deadly Threat of LA ZU was friends of Pac before signing he signed to Death Row & was featured on Strictly 4 My Niggaz. After signing with Death Row. Pac discovered Threat was also already friends with Snoop Dogg who had been collaborating with him & was considering making him a part of The LBC Crew. Pac convinced Snoop to leave him out as Pac & Snoop would both Executive Produce Threatíz debut solo album. The album was never finished as Pac & Snoop were both busy with other projects.

Pac was ment to be on the Bay Area Ballers remix of I got 5 On It but didnít make it because of scheduling difficulties.

Although never rapping on the Eric B & Rakim albums. Eric B broke up the group by wanting to due a solo album first, Rakim 2nd & the last duo album to end their contract. Eric B took to long developing a style & getting ghost writers. Despite not being able to rap. Dre picked him to be the CEO ďDr. DreĒ of Death Row East although his producing style is way outdated.

Pac was impressed by Luniz for not trying to suck his dick for a guest appearance on their debut album unlike most Bay Area & Oakland artists. He dug their sound & that they made it without Pac & were one of the only Bay Area artists to go platinum. Not to mention being good friends with their mentor Dru Down.

During 98. Daz & Noble considered themselves the top artists of Death Row & tried to convince Suge to spit the Death Row tracks up amongst them & other artists. Suge was against the idea.

Chocolate Bandit was given his own short lived sub label on Death Row which had his brother 2Gun, Jr. Nites, Thin Corleone, Picasso & others.

Chocolate Bandit & Tha Realest are rumored to of bootlegged most of the original unreleased 2Pac bootlegged material. Itís rumored that afterwards out of fear of being found out. Tha Realest & Chocolate had a fake fall out that eventually turned into a real beef as both thought for the spot of the number 1 Death Row artist from Texas. Eventually out of pressure, Chocolate Bandit left.

When Chocolate Bandit was released from Death Row, he had to pay back a signing fee to Death Row, & give back his chain.

Despite a claim by Tha Realest. The Terror Twinz are not Warren Gís former duo Twinz.

K9, Kurt Kobane, & Tha Realest all lived in the same condo.

K9 was apparently sent to jail once for fucking a 13 year old girl.

K9 got dropped from the label by pressure of Tha Realest who was mad at K9 for dissing The Outlawz in Gangstaed Out. Although dissing the Lawz. K9 has begged Hussein Fatal to come back to Cali & help resurrect The West.

Young Doobie was brought to Death Row by Tha Realest who was his Texas homeboy & discovered him. He soon picked Doobie to replace Chocolate Bandit though Suge didnít put as much focus on him as
Chocolate Bandit.

Young Doobie had his chain snatched in Texas while on the Chronic 2000 tour, & had to literally fight to get back.

Tha Realest apparently left Death Row after they signed G.P. who was the new diss guy.

G.P. was to take the No Limit Beef up a notch. Suge got Keita Rock to convince Numskull & Yukmouth to re-join as The Luniz on G.P.ís Death Row album. The Luniz had already broke up but agreed despite G.P. being from Sacramento & not sharing the same style as them. Them 3 & Dru Down recorded many tracks for his unreleased album.

G.P.ís debut featured the original remix of Donít Stop by 2Pac on a No Limit diss with Dru Down & Luniz.

G.P.s was dropped & started his own label after releasing Finally Independent which pissed Suge off since he claimed that G.P.ís independent debut took away the demand & buzz for his Death Row release.

Although leaving Death Row. G.P. still has his Death Row Chain.

Despite claims by Noble. He is not the official last Outlaw. That honor was given to Gonzoe who was latter kicked out the group for fucking Nobleís wife & rumors are he messed with Napoleaní girl as well.

Despite finishing their debut movie What It iz. Daz & Kurupt were unable to find distribution. Latter on the movie was bought by Anetta Keys. Who didnít buy the soundtrack.

Allotta Collabos for Soopaflyís debut album on Death Row ended up making his debut album that wasnít on Death Row.

During Kuruptís return to Death Row. Soopafly & Daz planned to become Tha Pound. They released 1 song on the Whatís The Worst That Could Happen Soundtrack.

During Trey-Dee splitting up with Snoop & joining IV Life. Along with Jayo Felony & Dazís beef. Suge planned to make Trey-Dee & Jayo as Tha Thug Pound. The group only did 1 song called Way 2 Crazy released on Rush Hour Soundtrack. Although they recorded 4 songs for the Thug Pound album on Death Row. None have leaked. The 2 have also collaborated on Ride Or Die with Yukmouth & Spice-1 & were both on Got Beef the number 1 single off Tha Eastsiderz debut album which didnít feature Goldie Loc.

The beat on Toss It Up is actually the Original beat of Yo Diggity by Black Street & Dr. Dre.

Fatal was allegedly replaced by Noble on Bomb First, Hail Mary, Jus Like Daddy. Other songs like Me & My Girlfriend & Against All Odds were alertly mixed & remastered with differences in the original production. 1 verse was scrapped for Me & My Girlfriend. Lilí Homiez also didnít make the cut along with Catchin Feeling which was incomplete.

The idea for the Daz & JT album allegedly comes from a song both did with Pac & Jodeci called the Finer Thangs.

Although no material ever surfaced. The knowledge of Mark Morrison being a former member of Death Row Records has given him more buzz then most short lived Death Row artists amongst the fans especially over seas.

During 1999 & 2000 Treach considered signing to Death Row to due a solo album. Although never officially signed, he did go to the Source Awards with Death Row wearing a chain. Itís alleged he recorded an album but never finished it.

C-Bo is also rumored to of allegedly recorded an album for Death Row that was never released although never being officially signed.

Keita Rock & Big Hutch of Above The Law ran Death Row during 2000. Keita Rock was a crip & often collaborated with Crooked I, Gonzoe, CJ Mac & Swoop G & tend to diss Aftermath allot.

Allot of Keita Rockís debut album is material from Death Row. Keita Rockís producer Kenny Mclout produced for Bone Thugz as well as 2Pac & many other artists at Death Row.

CJ Mac mostly was with Death Row to diss Dr. Dre as the real OG from Ice Cubeís clique. He was to Mack-10 what Trey-Dee is to Snoop. Credibility.

CJ Mac got Fat Joe to collaborate with Death Row. But things fell apart when Fat Joe begun working with Snoop Dogg.

Because of DPG-Unit & G-Unit eventually signing Spider Loc which coincidently broke DPG-Unit up. Kurupt tried to sign Domination & BangíEm Smurf to Death Row. Suge oftered to release Domination, Ali Vegas & Fredro Star of Onyxís Guerilla Gang album on Death Row. But 50 prevented them from using the name Guerilla Gang.

Daz paid P. Diddy 2 Million to hype a song with him for The Death Row Killa compilation. Puffy didnít even diss Suge.

SKG remade several 2Pac songs originally featuring Storm & Sista Soulja that remain unreleased during the Until The End Of Time recording sessions.

Irv Gotti said he saw the same thing he scene in Jaz-O, Mic Geronimo, Jay-Z, DMX & Ja Rule in Crooked I.
Suge killed Tupac!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Johnny J produced for Ja Rule & Pras for The Movie Turn It Upís Sound Track which was never released.
The bloods at Death Row forced Mopreme out in the cold in his underwear at a hotel over finacial agreements!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Many Murder INC members including Black Child, Charli Baltimore, Ashanti, Ja Rule, CMC, Hussein Fatal (affiliate) & others recorded for Say Hi To The Badguy.
Suge smacked Snoop Dogg up several times!!!!!!!!!!
Crooked I & Eastwood formed strong friendships with The Murderers & collaborated often with them & were regulars at parties at The Murder Mansion in L.A. along with Shade Sheist, Vin Diesel, Ving Rhames & others.

Shade Sheist got Kurupt & Ja to squash beef.

During 02-04 Death Row, Murder Inc & Rap-A-Lot had a strong alliance & Planned tones of collaborations to help save the company.

Suge had plans to start a publishing company with J. Prince & Irv Gotti called SPG Music Group, but it never happened.

Saiku 720 of Lakey The Kidís 848. Is also a producer & co-founding member of Black Child of The INCís Hood Stock. Hood Stock is an independent clique co-signed with Murder INC. Hood Stock & Death Row East have joined forces & conduct most business together. Both plan to do a Don Diva collabo mixtape.

Unreleased competed projects by Death Row artistís side project groups
LBC Crew.
Tray Dee, Techniec, Bad Azz, So Sentrelle, & Lil C-Styleís debut album was finished but masters were destroyed by Lilí C Style over a money dispute with Snoop Dogg. So Sentrelle left Snoop to do a duo album with Blue Cantrell.
The Gang
Big C Style, Lil Flossy and Daz submitted a 13 track album that was also turned down by suge.
Bad Habitz
Finished an album demo around the same time as the Young Soldiers (Latter Relativez) & O.F.T.B. Suge found Young Soldiersís demo better & they were picked ahead of O.F.T.B. Suge found Bad Habitz demo the weakest & they never ended up signing with Death Row.
Texas Boys & The Last Circle
Tha Realest finished the album with Doobie & El Dorado who latter signed with The D.O.C. The debut was submitted to Suge but turned down. The group soon after broke up. Doobie & Realest latter formed The Last Circle. Their debut was also never released duo to 3 members incarceration.
Tha Original Eastsidaz
Originally a side group in The LBC Crew. Lilí C Style & Trey-Dee recorded almost half an album. Latter Lilí C Style left & was replaced by Daz after Kurupt left Death Row & broke up Tha Dogg Pound. Latter Trey-Dee left Death Row & Snoop Dogg released Tha Eastsidaz with Trey-Dee & Goldie Loc.
One Nation
Many of One Nationís hasnít leaked. Although rumored to of been competed. Pac wanted several artists on the compilation that didnít make it before he died thus the rumored not being 100 percent true. Suge gave Scarface his songs recorded for the compilation. Mutual Friends Napolean & Trey-Dee invited Jayo to recorded a song with them & Pac called Wordz 2 Tha Wize. The song was eventually to be released on an album recorded by Jayo Felony & Napolean but wasnít released because of Napolean went to Mecca, became Muslim & eventually left the business.
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Re: Death Row Records-Rare Facts And Rumours
« Reply #51 on: July 06, 2008, 06:10:58 AM »
how does that guy know 6 feet deep are (or some member of 6 feet deep) on "as the world turns"?are they credited in the booklet?
 

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« Reply #52 on: July 08, 2008, 06:52:29 PM »
A great read....Much props on the post..Intriguing stuff fa sheazy..
 

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« Reply #53 on: July 08, 2008, 08:21:42 PM »
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The Chocolate Bandit thing is true with him having to return his chain. Not sure about the fee thing.
whats "signing money"?
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The E Money Bags thing is true as well. He got Stretch on crack so he would fess up information.E Money bags was down with Jimmy Henchmen and all them before he started rapping. 2Pac called him Money in one interview regarding the rape case, he also set 2Pac up on that.
what information?damn i thought pac was cool with money bags because the did a song



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Bushwick Bill was mentioned on the credits of The Chronic, I believe he did some intro for Stranded On Death Row or something.
yes.
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Fatal-N-Felony have material, but not an official album. Bad Habitz only had a management contract through Suge.

fatal n felony=fatal and kadafi right?maybe theres an album but no with mac mall, dbgīz (dank brew gunz,riddler who was on "loyal to the game" was a member of the crew) and all the songs listed.i dont think thats true but i wish it would be true and sometime i hear that shit.
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The K9 thing has been alleged by Tha Realest and 101. You can ask them both. Lol.
who knows.he will get fucked in the ass for that.aint no gangsta.whos 101?
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Sista Soulja was asked to be on some version of The Struggle Continues, but I don't believe it was done. Yanni did a good number of songs with 2Pac, she's been really active as of late.



A signing bonus. Most artist get them to live off of.

E Money Bags remixed the song and added himself to it.

Fatal N Felony do equal Fatal and Kadafi.

It's only a rumor. I highly doubt it to be true, since both 101 and Tha Realest hate K9.

are you high?

how can emoneybags remix himself on to a song that comes out after he died?


pac, emoney, and LS did the song

majesty puts it out posthumously

check out live-squad.com for more info
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« Reply #54 on: July 08, 2008, 09:34:15 PM »
damn it would have been nice to see spice-1 on the chronic. but that seems like a lie.
 

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« Reply #55 on: July 08, 2008, 11:11:08 PM »
Tray Deee and Jayo recorded the song Way 2 Crazy wayyyy before tray deee and snoop got into the beef and tray deee went w/ IV life records.

a lot of this sounds like bullshit.  All these pac recordings w/ c-bo, 4-tay, luniz, dru down...that shit would be released on their albums.
 

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« Reply #56 on: July 08, 2008, 11:48:49 PM »
C-Bo has stated before that he did 4 songs with Pac total. 2 of them were on All Eyez On Me and 2 of them he never heard again after they were recorded. Bo's not one to bullshit about stuff so I believe him.
 

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« Reply #57 on: July 09, 2008, 06:15:02 AM »
C-Bo has stated before that he did 4 songs with Pac total. 2 of them were on All Eyez On Me and 2 of them he never heard again after they were recorded. Bo's not one to bullshit about stuff so I believe him.

Didn't he take it back though that he had no more songs left? He flip flops in a few interviews.
 

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« Reply #58 on: July 09, 2008, 06:16:55 AM »
Tray Deee and Jayo recorded the song Way 2 Crazy wayyyy before tray deee and snoop got into the beef and tray deee went w/ IV life records.

a lot of this sounds like bullshit.  All these pac recordings w/ c-bo, 4-tay, luniz, dru down...that shit would be released on their albums.

- Regarding the guest features, Afeni charges one million or more a guest feature. Most artist who featured with 2Pac aren't going to pay that much to release their own song. That's why Treach, Dru Down, Spice 1, 4-Tay, DJ Quik, and so many others sit on shit because they don't want Afeni suing their asses for it or charging them one million per track.
 

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« Reply #59 on: July 09, 2008, 06:18:21 AM »
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The Chocolate Bandit thing is true with him having to return his chain. Not sure about the fee thing.
whats "signing money"?
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The E Money Bags thing is true as well. He got Stretch on crack so he would fess up information.E Money bags was down with Jimmy Henchmen and all them before he started rapping. 2Pac called him Money in one interview regarding the rape case, he also set 2Pac up on that.
what information?damn i thought pac was cool with money bags because the did a song



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Bushwick Bill was mentioned on the credits of The Chronic, I believe he did some intro for Stranded On Death Row or something.
yes.
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Fatal-N-Felony have material, but not an official album. Bad Habitz only had a management contract through Suge.

fatal n felony=fatal and kadafi right?maybe theres an album but no with mac mall, dbgīz (dank brew gunz,riddler who was on "loyal to the game" was a member of the crew) and all the songs listed.i dont think thats true but i wish it would be true and sometime i hear that shit.
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The K9 thing has been alleged by Tha Realest and 101. You can ask them both. Lol.
who knows.he will get fucked in the ass for that.aint no gangsta.whos 101?
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Sista Soulja was asked to be on some version of The Struggle Continues, but I don't believe it was done. Yanni did a good number of songs with 2Pac, she's been really active as of late.



A signing bonus. Most artist get them to live off of.

E Money Bags remixed the song and added himself to it.

Fatal N Felony do equal Fatal and Kadafi.

It's only a rumor. I highly doubt it to be true, since both 101 and Tha Realest hate K9.

are you high?

how can emoneybags remix himself on to a song that comes out after he died?


pac, emoney, and LS did the song

majesty puts it out posthumously

check out live-squad.com for more info

It's an E-Money Bags remix dude. Lol. I know he was added to that song. Money Bags didn't start rapping till like the LATE 90's. Plus, that beat doesn't sound 90-ish.
 

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« Reply #60 on: July 09, 2008, 07:56:25 AM »
C-Bo has stated before that he did 4 songs with Pac total. 2 of them were on All Eyez On Me and 2 of them he never heard again after they were recorded. Bo's not one to bullshit about stuff so I believe him.

Didn't he take it back though that he had no more songs left? He flip flops in a few interviews.

Maybe he has then. I just know I've read in 3+ interviews him say the 4 song thing.
 

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« Reply #61 on: July 09, 2008, 08:14:13 AM »

During Kurupt’s return to Death Row. Soopafly & Daz planned to become Tha Pound. They released 1 song on the What’s The Worst That Could Happen Soundtrack.


Who has this soundtrack??  I just checked the tracklisting at Amazon, and there is no "Tha Pound" song on there...nothing by Daz or Soopafly.
 

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« Reply #62 on: July 09, 2008, 08:15:47 AM »

During Kuruptís return to Death Row. Soopafly & Daz planned to become Tha Pound. They released 1 song on the Whatís The Worst That Could Happen Soundtrack.


Who has this soundtrack??  I just checked the tracklisting at Amazon, and there is no "Tha Pound" song on there...nothing by Daz or Soopafly.

It would be off by time anyhow. The soundtrack came out in 2001.
 

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Re: Death Row Records-Rare Facts And Rumours
« Reply #63 on: July 09, 2008, 08:27:04 AM »
The beat on Toss It Up is actually the Original beat of Yo Diggity by Black Street & Dr. Dre.

I remember when the song came out, they were talking about this on the radio.  But it was the other way around.  The original beat to "Toss it up" was made to sound like "No Diggity", because Pac wanted to beat Dre to the punch.  He wanted to make it look like Dre was biting Pac.  But "No Diggity" came out just before "Toss It Up" did, and it blew up, so "Toss It Up" had to be remixed.  Plus Dre didn't even do the beat so it didn't really matter. 
 

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Re: Death Row Records-Rare Facts And Rumours
« Reply #64 on: July 09, 2008, 08:36:41 AM »

During Kuruptís return to Death Row. Soopafly & Daz planned to become Tha Pound. They released 1 song on the Whatís The Worst That Could Happen Soundtrack.


Who has this soundtrack??  I just checked the tracklisting at Amazon, and there is no "Tha Pound" song on there...nothing by Daz or Soopafly.

It would be off by time anyhow. The soundtrack came out in 2001.

Thanks for the clarification....that's what i thought but I just wanted to make sure I didn't miss a Soopafly song.  Proves right there some of these "facts" are bogus.
 

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Re: Death Row Records-Rare Facts And Rumours
« Reply #65 on: July 09, 2008, 10:36:19 AM »
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a lot of this sounds like bullshit.  All these pac recordings w/ c-bo, 4-tay, luniz, dru down...that shit would be released on their albums.
agree with tha luniz one, but c-bo said in couple interviews there were songs besides "aint hard 2 find" and "tradin war stories" with pac and him and suge has it.
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damn it would have been nice to see spice-1 on the chronic. but that seems like a lie.
like i said, if he was not in prison, he wouldnt be on chronic IMO.
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It's an E-Money Bags remix dude. Lol. I know he was added to that song. Money Bags didn't start rapping till like the LATE 90's. Plus, that beat doesn't sound 90-ish.
kilo, i think its really e-money bags on there.it was no remix, pac knew e-money bags and e-money bags even snitched on him (thats what i heard) and pac is reffering to him as "money" in one of his interviews, but who knows maybe uīre right.
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Mutual Friends Napolean & Trey-Dee invited Jayo to recorded a song with them & Pac called Wordz 2 Tha Wize. The song was eventually to be released on an album recorded by Jayo Felony & Napolean but wasnít released because of Napolean went to Mecca, became Muslim & eventually left the business.
too dope 2 be true.
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bad Habitz
Finished an album demo around the same time as the Young Soldiers (Latter Relativez)
& O.F.T.B. Suge found Young Soldiersís demo better & they were picked ahead of O.F.T.B. Suge found Bad Habitz demo the weakest & they never ended up signing with Death Row.
B-U-L-L-S-H-I-T: A Demo?Young Soldierz,Bloody Mary,Redrum,OFTB,etc. Didnīt Need A Demo, They Were Already In The Game And Rockin Shit, Suge Hollered At Them And Signed Them, Since They Were All Tight And Reppin Bloods.
Young Soldierz Were On Death Row Since 1994 And Bad Habitz Did A Song For Chronic 2000 In 2001.So Thatīs Bullshit.