Snoop Dogg has brought the Death Row Records catalog back to streaming services.
The ‘Gin And Juice’ rapper had promised to bring the iconic rap catalog back to traditional streaming services and apps last month. And on Thursday (March 9), Snoop stuck to his word, announcing the release of the catalog on his Twitter.
“Yessir. Head you. Death Row Records catalog is back streaming everywhere,” he wrote alongside a short video. Snoop went on to share a tweet that the albums were live on both Spotify and Apple Music.
Among the albums now available stream are: Snoop Dogg’s first two albums, Doggystyle and Tha Doggfather, 2Pac’s All Eyez on Me and The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory, as well as Death Row's Greatest Hits album, Lady of Rage’s Necessary Roughness and Kurupt’s Against the Grain. Work by Danny Boy and Jewell are also available to stream for the first time.
Dr. Dre's landmark album The Chronic made a triumphant return to streaming licensed to Interscope Records, in honor of the album’s 30th anniversary.