|Hip Hop Mogul Suge Knight Still Wants Death Row Records|
|Written by Robert ID3424|
|Sunday, 11 March 2007 21:43|
Recent articles on hip hop entrepreneur Marion ‘Suge’ Knight wanting to leave his legendary west coast Death Row Records behind him were not 100-percent accurate.
The New York Post Page 6 interview with the hip hop legend implied that he (Suge) was leaving the label behind him.
In speaking to Jonathan Wolfson, PR representative for the hip hop mogul Suge Knight, ThugLifeArmy.com was told “Suge is trying to file a Chapter 7 in order to liquidate his publishing. He's fine with Death Row being restructured through a Chapter 11. It's his publishing ownership that he wants to liquidate in order to pay off Death Row's debts and move on with his life.”
It seems that Death Row Records is alive and still is and will be under the leadership of one of the legendary figures in hip hop – Mr. Marion ‘Suge’ Knight.
So instead of this being a close of a chapter of hip hop history, this could be the beginning of a New Chapter for Marion ‘Suge’ Knight and Death Row Records.
Marion ‘Suge’ Knight, who built one of the biggest black owned record labels since Motown is responsible for many of the careers of past hip hop and rap artist.
Once the most profitable and famous label in hip hop, rap and gangsta rap; Death Row Records has seen a decline in the past 10 years. Once the home of super hip hop icon Tupac Shakur (2Pac), Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Lisa Left Eye, Daz Dillinger, Kurupt, Crooked I, Eastwood, and a host of other hip hop, rap and R&B talent; Death Row Records is a part of Hip Hop History and no one can take that from Death Row Records or its founder Marion ‘Suge’ Knight.
Hopefully Marion ‘Suge’ Knight can put this all behind him and once again make hip hop history with his famous Death Row Records.