Fri. May 20th, 2022
DR. DRE SPOTTED WITH DEATH ROW RECORDS FOUNDER HARRY-O

Now, on Instagram, the Death Row imprint’s original founder was spotted with Dr. Dre, Death Row’s former premier producer, who snapped it up with Harris. The title of the shot by Harry-O read, “Nuthin but a ‘G’ thang – Still connected! #Unfinishedbusiness.

 

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During Donald Trump’s last days as POTUS, he pardoned and commuted over 140 people’s prison sentences and one of those individuals is Death Row Records founder Michael “Harry-O” Harris”. After serving over 30 years on attempted murder and several drug-related charges, Harris has managed to stay out of the spotlight, except for being potted with Snoop Dogg in the studio immediately upon his release.

 

Harry-O was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for drug trafficking and murder conspiracy, and he spent more than 30 years in a California prison. Harris was freed after Snoop Dogg and other people who work to change the way the justice system works pushed for it.

Harris expressed his gratitude for the pardon to the Daily Mail, saying he had sought similar treatment during the Obama administration. He also apologised for his behaviour.

“I appreciate Donald Trump, his children, his son-in-law. Whyever he did it, he did it, when so many others wouldn’t do it,” he said

I’m telling you man, every day, even now, I think about my participation and it makes me sick to my stomach that I let them trick me to help kill my people. That’s killing me even today.

Harris is said to have restored the San Quentin prison newspaper and taught fellow inmates how to start and operate enterprises while in prison. His prison record, according to a White House official, is “exemplary.”

Harris and Suge Knight created Death Row in 1992, and it is also noted for being the label behind Tupac and Dr. Dre’s early releases. It eventually declared bankruptcy in 2006. While serving the first few years of his sentence, Harris continued to run the label behind the scenes.

I should have probably spent every waking hour on my case. But I put that aside to focus on this company, because I felt it would be a platform to speak to people who couldn’t see things I was seeing from behind the walls,” he told DailyMailTV.

I would talk to Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and the whole family, everybody that was signed to Death Row. I had an opportunity to speak with them about the vision and how their words could affect people.

With his newly formed charity, Community One World, Harris plans to lobby for judicial reform and join the battle against poverty.

“‘The fact that I’m out of jail and I got a chance to help my people, and if I gotta go back to the past and talk about the past so that it’s never repeated on no level, I will do it until my dying days,” he said.

“The government is not going to be able to fix this country by itself. Business leaders, community leaders, and people like myself will be required.

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