Knight’s Death Row records continues to throw
blows at Snoop Dogg. The latest round comes via the Death
Row website, which features a flash intro with artist
Jayo Felony. The intro features Jayo’s face, stating that
he is wanted by Death Row to become an inmate for "Showing
B####-Ass Snoop that it takes more than a couple of Rent-A-Crips
to be a real Gangsta."
This raises speculation that Jayo Felony will sign with
Death Row Records, who already have a roster of talented
new artists that include Crooked I, SKG, J Valentine and
West Coast legends, Above The Law. Jayo is a free agent,
after being released from his contract with Def Jam/Universal.
He recently recorded a song for the Henchman/Universal Release,
Bulletproof Love, titled “True’d Up (The Crip Anthem),”
which contains several disses to Jay-Z. While shooting a
video in Brooklyn earlier
this month, gun play broke out, when police spotted
two men firing pistols in the air.
snitched to [Def Jam head Lyor Cohen] and tried to keep
the song from being put out,” Jayo told MTV. “We got calls
from Lyor and everybody about not putting this record out.
I feel like this: If we’re on the streets, keep it on the
streets. Don’t go to the higher-ups.” Those comments were
in response to Jay-Z allegedly trying to keep his song off
of the Bulletproof Love compilation, which will be
distributed by the same parent label as Roc-A-Fella, Universal.
also had some unkind words to say about Snoop, on an upcoming
song titled "Crip-Hop."
of these b#### ass Gangsta’s talkin bout it, but not being
bout it. Much respect to my N#### Suge and Death Row Records
for keeping the game real" Jayo Felony said.
As we stated
earlier, Suge is releasing what has been dubbed a "Comedic
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