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In this order. 1) Ruthless: Eazy-E was a genius but never got the credit for NWA, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, The D.O.C., even R&B diva Michel'le discoveries. Eazy-E was little big man and will always be in my mind. (RIP). 2) Bad Boy: You could sense it, but I never thought Sean "Puffy" Combs would top Death Row. While his R&B elements Faith (Evans), Carl Thomas and 112 was doing the Uptown Records continuation, he still keep the rappers hardcore. Biggie, Craig Mack, Black Rob, The Lox, Ma$e and himself. Jiggy. 3) Aftermath: After Ruthless key producer and after Death Row co-executive producer comes Dr. Dre's own Aftermath Entertainment. While he tried to make something happen with old new-jersey man King Tee and grouped new-jersey MC's Nas, Foxy Brown, new-jersey and Nature for the ill-fated The Firm (rap), then dipped into R&B with rugged Truth Hurts, Aftermath had nothing going... until Eminem. Dr. Dre's lifesaver. Then comes 50 Cent and finally Dr. Dre has beaten Ruthless Records and Death Row Records while both labels bow down. 4) Death Row: Nothing but gangsta. That's it, there was nothing there but California gangsta sh!t. No other talent. In the begining it was cool. Dr. Dre's The Chronic, Snoop Doggy Dogg, 2 Pac, The Lady Of Rage. It was good to a point. Suge Knight wanted nothing else but the west coast gangsta music and when 2 Pac passed, Death Row did too. While Mr. Knight holds back itchin' artists like Jewell, Danny Boy, Nate Dogg and Crooked I. Once top sh!t label in the game to nothing at all, it was just a matter of time.
Currently in 2009 1)Death Row 2) Ruthless Records 3) The Aftermath 4) Badboy Records Back in 1995 1)Badboy Records 2)Death Row 3)Ruthless records 4)The Aftermath Badboy and Death row are kinda of a tie.
1) Death Row 2) Ruthless Records 3) Aftermath 4) Badboy Records
1. Death Row 2. Ruthless Records 3. Bad Boy Records 4. The Aftermath (Lemme google that one) Edit: Oh it's Dr Dre's. Well.... 1. Death Row 2. Ruthless Records 3. The Aftermath 4. Bad Boy Records
1) Death Row 2) Ruthless 3) Aftermath 4) BadBoy
1 Ruthless is the first gangsta rap label The best to ever do. It Straight outta Compton 2 Deathrow means bandwagoned Ruthless style 3 after math has potential till this day but they need artist 4 Bad Boy only had big
1. Death Row 2. Ruthless Records 3. Aftermath 4. Badboy *There are way better labels out there...
Aftermath - only cuz em and dre. Em's contract is up after relapse 2 though. Aftermath will be nothing cuz dre won't drop anothe album until 2020. Badboy - they suck, but so do your options Ruthless Death Row - Seriously? Is death row even a label anymore. They have nobody. They don't have any rights to Pac material. So there pretty much useless.