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Snoop Dogg says that legendary vocalist Dionne Warwick "out-gangstered" him and some of his Death Row Records cohorts.

The latest cannabis strain to hit the public will have a familiar name attached, as Snoop Dogg and Death Row are set to launch next year. Death Row Cannabis announced the news on social media on Thursday with a teaser video. The first drop is set to happen at select Cookies California stores.

The Doggfather explained in a recent interview that he intends to launch an app where those classics will live exclusively.


There were many Hip-Hop fans left guessing after it was discovered that the landmark albums for Death Row Records, Dr. Dre’s “The Chronic” and Snoop Dogg’s “Doggystyle” were removed from popular streaming services over the past weekend.

According to a statement delivered by Dr. Dre's attorney, the newly minted owner of the famed record label does not have ownership of the 1992 classic.

Snoop Dogg, who got his start as a professional record artist with the outfit, purchased the label, and fans on Twitter are saluting the Doggfather.

En route to the Doggfather's Algorithm dropping this coming Friday (November 20), the Long Beach. Calif. Triple OG shared in an interview that he should be the one running his former home in Death Row Records.

Fans will be able to experience one of Hip-Hop’s greatest collectives in the digital age. Death Row Records has launched a new virtual museum.

The legendary West Coast producer says that songs he did with Nelly, 2Pac, and Kendrick Lamar should receive greater credit.

Along with apparel and music, the famed West Coast label will offer three rare NFTs for buyers.

Michael Harris, the man who privately funded the start-up money to launch Death Row Records, is a free man.

According to the New York Post, on his final day in office, Donald Trump officially commuted the sentence of Harry O, whose real name is Michael Harris, after it was revealed that former Death Row artist and Hip-Hop legend Snoop Dogg had been secretly lobbying at the White House for Harris's release. Snoop, who has been an outspoken critic of Trump and his administration, had reportedly called the move a "Godsend" before thanking the administration for serving his longtime friend justice.