The Convicts were signed to Rap-A-Lot Records, but they almost signed to Death Row to record their second album. Founders Suge Knight and Dr. Dre thought the Convicts on Death Row pairing would make sense. However, the deal never happened, the group split and Big Mike went on to replace Willie D in the Geto Boys. However, Mr. 3-2 would leave a lasting impact on the label and it’s biggest star, Snoop Dogg. Mr. 3-2 was known for rapping with a peculiar voice inflection and saying phrases like “I don’t love ’em.” This would rub off on Snoop who later became known for using similar vocal inflections and coining his phrase, “we don’t love them h*es.” Snoop acknowledge this in a Twitter memorial dedicated to 3-2.