Dogg Pound members Daz Dillinger and Kurupt will offer an inside look behind their feuds and disputes over the years in a new documentary, titled DPG Eulogy.
The two-hour film, directed by Damian Zellous, will chronicle the group’s conflicts between 2001 and 2005, including the public beef between Dillinger and Kurupt during Kurupt’s return to Death Row in 2001.
“It was just a strange time,” said Zellous. “We have a lot of exclusive footage that shows what was really going on. I think it’ll surprise people.”
In addition to Dillinger and Kurupt, the DPG documentary will feature revealing interviews from Snoop Dogg, Soopafly, RBX, Lil’ Half Dead and
The Eastsidaz and others on the history of the Long Beach-based collective.
The film will also examine the feud between Eastsidaz member Tray-Dee and Snoop Dogg over money and leadership.
“Everybody’s cool now, but a lot of people still want to know what happened,” stated Zellous.
Although the film was completed in 2005, Zellous admits the delay was due to “a lot of red tape from Death Row Records and other people who didn’t want the film to surface.”
Prior to its release DPG Eulogy aired on the Starz channel for several months.