Discussion in 'The Booth' started by stomachlines, Feb 3, 2018.
rap labels don't know how to promote r&b artists.
Would they have had room for R&B releases? This was the 1990s. Sublabels like this only put out 1 or 2 albums a year. Death Row had a gang of artists. They were never going to all release albums. If things hadn't fallen apart, Tha Dogg Pound, 2Pac, Dr. Dre, Kurupt, Daz, Outlawz, Rage and at least 3 compilations were on the way. I think only Nate Dogg would have seen a release.
You know what album it was? Did death row ever release her album?
B.G.O.T.I (Bad Girlz Of The Industry) (UNRELEASED)
We need a reup
It didn't come out on an official album, just an unreleased song that was floating and WideAwake/Death Row ended up releasing her album a few years ago
Here go the self titled track from the album
This another 1 from Jewell's Black Diamond album. Lord Jesus!
Ain't NO female R&B singer singing like this no more!
A couple more
The feds brought down DR. They were getting to RB and Jazz.
the above the rim soundtrack is full of rb.
If these new sissified nikkas bumped this and some devin the dude they might not be writing novels bout havin no life
Bad boy took off where death row failed to capitalized
had the whole game on lock with rap and R&B from 96-99
and to be honest, puff can still do this if he focused on the label like he used to
Suge was gettin ready to but 2 things happend 1. Pac getting out jail and signing with them 2. Vegas shooting.
But remember suge was managing jodeci, mary j, ginuwine etc around that time and was bringing al b sure, bobby brown, chriatopher williams, aaron hall to the label too
Man, this my shyt!!!!!!!!!! First time I heard this shyt was 2 summers ago in da homie low low and we was dippin' through da Nawfside.
@stomachlines u right
Death Row had it all
Suge should be a billionaire by now