This 104 minute DVD documentary tells the story of Death Row Records, its beginning in 1993, coming seemingly from nowhere to dominate a music genre specializing in hard-edged stories from the ghetto that the media called "Gangsta Rap." Led by 315-pound ex-bodyguard named Suge Knight, Death Row made superstars of artists such as Dr. Dre, Tupac Shakur and Snoop Doggy Dogg and released 6 consecutive multi-platinum albums. By 1995 Death Row was beset by numerous problems, capped by the shooting death of Tupac Shakur and the imprisonment of Suge Knight. The Death Row story is told entirely in the words of the people who lived it.
Dr. Dre,Frank Alexander,Snoop Dogg