Have Gun Will Travel: Spectacular Rise and Violent Fall of Death Row Records

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Death Row Records is one of the most successful music labels of all time. From its inception in 1992, it exploded on the rap music scene with sales climbing to the $125 million mark in just four years. Even more noticeable than the label's financial success is the effect it had on American youth culture, making gangsta rap more popular with suburban white youth and MTV viewers than traditional rock groups. But under the guidance of six-foot-four-inch, 300-pound CEO Marion "Suge" Knight, Death Row also became the most ...

Have Gun Will Travel: Spectacular Rise and Violent Fall of Death Row Records 1998, Quartet Books, London

ISBN-13: 9780704381025

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