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
Bitch-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 bitch ass Gangsta's talkin bout it, but not being
bout it. Much respect to my Nigga 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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