Death Row Records has changed hands again. Now the catalog of the notorious record label has been bought by the well-known toy company Hasbro.
The acquisition was announced on Thursday (August 22), revealing a report released on Friday (August 23) by Rolling Stone . , Hasbro, home of famous children's toys such as Mr. Potato Head, Power Rangers, My Little Pony, G.I. Joe, Transformers, the board game Monopoly, and many more acquired Entertainment One, a multimedia company that previously owned rights to the label founded by Suge Knight, which contributed to the careers of world-famous artists such as 2Pac, Snoop Dogg, and Dr. Dre to advance.
After falling out of favor after years of dominance, death row was taken over by a judge after he was declared bankrupt in 2006. In 2009 he was auctioned for $ 1
Brian Goldner, CEO of Hasbro, commented on the purchase of eOne, saying, "With the acquisition of eOne, popular, story-driven global family brands are adding to the Hasbro portfolio with strong operating revenues. Pipeline creating new brands through family-oriented Tell stories.
Although death row has not worked for years, Suge's son tries to continue the legacy while his father sits in the prison of New Death. Suge Jr. has even claimed that new Tupac music will be released under the outfit.
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