The legend of  Snoop Dogg has grown to new heights in recent times as he became an executive at Def Jam in 2021. In 2022, he went back into the studio to drop another album entitled B.O.D.R (Bacc On Death Row). It was a sign of things to come as he later revealed being the new owner of his old record label. The rap icon also did his biggest live performance ever in front of the humongous crowd at the Superbowl.

However, the re-launch of Death Row Records will not include some of the biggest albums released under the label. Per Billboard, 2Pac’s All Eyez On Me and The Don Killuminati: 7 Day Theory is “no longer on the label” and hasn’t been since last month. Additionally, Dr. Dre’s groundbreaking solo debut, The Chronic, which served as an introduction to Snoop Dogg, is supposed to be returned next year. The exclusion of Dre and Tupac‘s catalog also puts Snoop Dogg as the best-selling artist label.