Retaliation, Revenge and Get Back is the debut studio album by American rapper Daz Dillinger, released on March 31, 1998 through Death Row Records and Priority Records. The promotional singles released from the album were "In California" and "It Might Sound Crazy", which both also had music videos, including an animated one. Tupac is featured on the track Initiated with Kurupt & Outlawz.


Cool Relax is the second studio album by Jon B. It was released by Tracey Edmonds' label Yab Yum Records and distributed by Epic Records subsidiary 550 Music on September 16, 1997. Tupac was featured on the song Are U Still Down produced by Johnny J.


My Homies is the fifth studio album by an American rapper Scarface. It was released March 3, 1998, by Rap-A-Lot and Virgin Records. The album features production by Mike Dean, Mr. Lee, N.O. Joe, Scarface, and Tone Capone. The album features guest performances from 2Pac, Master P, Ice Cube, B-Legit, UGK, Too Short, Do or Die, and Willie D.


Don't Go 2 Sleep is a compilation EP by American rappers Makaveli and Daz Dillinger. It has eight tracks. There are two other (bootleg) versions of the EP, but the original has only eight tracks. It was released December 24, 2001, on D.P.G. Recordz. The tracks were recorded at Death Row Records between 1995–96 for Tupac's and Boot Camp Clik's project "One Nation". Later when Daz left Death Row, he stole an unknown amount of Tupac's unreleased masters, some of which can be heard on this EP.


Def Jam's How to Be a Player soundtrack is the soundtrack to the 1997 comedy film, Def Jam's How to Be a Player. It was released on August 5, 1997, through Def Jam Recordings. Troublesome by Tupac appears on the soundtrack.


2002 is the first compilation album by the rap group Tha Dogg Pound. It comprises unreleased material recorded by Tha Dogg Pound while they were signed on to Death Row Records, remixed and updated by the then-head producer Cold 187um. Tha Dogg Pound were signed to Dillinger's D.P.G. Recordz and released their own album that year called Dillinger & Young Gotti. The album title is meant to imply it is a sequel or response of sorts to Dr. Dre's 2001. Don't Stop features 2Pac but the song was originally recorded with Nas.


Death Row Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits album and second double album released by Death Row Records. Released on November 26, 1996, the thirty-three song compilation contains hits by former and then-current Death Row artists as well as previously unreleased tracks and remixes. From the seven tracks on the compilation that features 2Pac, only two were recorded during his time spent at Death Row Records; "Hit 'Em Up" and "Smile For Me Now".


Live Squad The Tribute - The Forgotten Chapter In Hip Hop released 2010 includes songs Cheese, Whirlwind, Cashflow, No Pause, It Hurts the Most ft 2Pac and Pain Remix (Live at the Arsenio Hall).


Death Row: The Singles Collection is a compilation album released in 2007 by CEO of Death Row Recordings, Suge Knight, it contains hard to find remixes and b sides by artists such as Snoop Dogg, Tha Dogg Pound, 2Pac, Dr. Dre plus more.


Too Gangsta for Radio is a compilation album by American record label Death Row Records, released on September 26, 2000. It features contributions from the late 2Pac, Crooked I, Dresta, Swoop G, Tha Realest, Above The Law, CJ Mac, G.P., Juice, K-9, Keitarock, Lil' C-Style, Mac Shawn, Nuttz, The Relativez, Twist and Young Hoggs, as well as Ja Rule, Scarface, The Lox and Treach. 


God's Son is the sixth studio album by American rapper Nas. It was released on December 13, 2002, by Ill Will and Columbia Records. Production took place during 2001 to 2002. Partly inspired by the death of his mother in early 2002, God's Son covers lyrical themes such as religion, violence, and his own emotional experiences. It has been recognized by critics as some of Nas' most personal work. The album includes Thugz Mansion ft 2Pac and J. Phoenix.


Big Thangs is a compilation by rapper and producer, Ant Banks. It was released July 8, 1997 on Priority Records. The album contains no tracks on which Ant Banks himself raps but instead is a compilation of tracks that Ant Banks produced and composed, performed by various West Coast rap artists. Tupac is featured on 4 Tha Hustla's with MC Breed & Too Short.


The Art of War is the third studio album by hip hop group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony which was released on July 29, 1997. It was the first double-album from Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. The album included the platinum-single "Look into My Eyes", and the gold-single "If I Could Teach the World". The whole album is produced by DJ U-Neek. Tupac is featured on the song Thug Luv.


Features & Guest Appearances

The Very Best Of Death Row is the second greatest hits album released by American record label Death Row Records on February 22, 2005. It contains some of the best recorded material from the label's former roster, such as 2Pac, Dr. Dre, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Tha Dogg Pound, Warren G, The Lady of Rage, Nate Dogg, Michel'le, and a previously unreleased track from Petey Pablo and Kurupt. It was re-released on November 22, 2005 via Koch Records with accompanying music videos.


Suge Knight Represents: Chronic 2000 - Still Smokin' is a compilation album released on May 4, 1999, by Death Row Records and Priority Records. The album features performances by various artists, including 2Pac, Treach, Scarface, Tha Realest, Swoop G, Lil' C-Style, K-Ci, Soopafly, Jewell, Danny Boy, Outlawz, Daz Dillinger, Kurupt, E-40, Top Dogg, DJ Quik, and Miilkbone among others.


The Ridah is the ninth studio album of US rapper Spice 1. Keith Andrews, Travis Wilcox, and Robert Green "Spice 1" partnered up with Rajan Dave to produce it under XtraLaced Records, LLC. The Ridah was released June 8, 2004 on Independent Warrior Records. It includes the song U Gotta Take It One Day At a Time with 2Pac.


The Untouchable is the fourth studio album by American rapper Scarface. The album was released on March 11, 1997, by Rap-A-Lot Records and Noo Trybe Records. "Smile" is the lead single released from Scarface's fourth album, The Untouchable. The song features 2Pac and R&B singer, Johnny P. "Smile" is a remix of the 2Pac song "Smile For Me Now", which was produced by 2Pac and Damon Thomas and was released prior on the Death Row Records compilation album, Death Row Greatest Hits. The original version of Smile recorded on August 1996 was produced by Darryl Harper and samples "Sarah Smile" by Hall & Oats.


The Big Picture is the second and final studio album by American rapper Big L. The album was slated for a 1999 release, but due to L's murder, it was posthumously released on August 1, 2000, on Rawkus Records. Tupac is featured on Deadly Combination produced by Ron G. The original version was recorded right before the Quad shooting in November 30, 1994.


G-Funk Classics, Vol. 1 & 2 is the debut studio album by American singer and rapper Nate Dogg. The album was originally to be released through Death Row Records in January 1997, but the album was shelved due to legal problems at Death Row Records, and he wasn't able to release it until July 21, 1998. Tupac was featured on the song Me and My Homies with Nate Dogg & Nanci Fletcher.


Necessary Roughness is the debut and so far only official studio album from the American hip-hop artist, The Lady of Rage. The album was released on June 24, 1997. Necessary Roughness was largely produced by Daz Dillinger, with contributions from Easy Mo Bee and DJ Premier. Tupac was featured on Big Bad Lady.


15 Years on Death Row is a compilation album by American record label Death Row Records, released on December 26, 2006. It is originally composed of 27 songs on two compact discs and 24 music videos on a DVD, and its Best Buy Edition has extra 6 songs. The release features several notable Death Row artists such as Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, 2Pac, Nate Dogg, Daz Dillinger, and The Lady of Rage. A music video DVD is included. The double album includes "G'z Up, Hoes Down", a track from Snoop Doggy Dogg's Doggystyle album that was removed for sample clearance issues.


"Wanted Dead or Alive" is a collaboration song by 2Pac and Snoop Doggy Dogg released as the lead single from the soundtrack Gridlock'd and features uncredited vocals from Charlie Wilson. The song was produced by Dat Nigga Daz and the keyboards were done by Priest "Soopafly" Brooks. The soundtrack also includes the songs Never Had A Friend Like Me and Life's Like A Traffic Jam. The soundtrack was released on April 26, 1997.


The Missing D.R. Files The unreleased studio album from 1996-1997 recorded while O.F.T.B. were signed to Death Row Records. The album was released in 2007 and includes two songs with 2Pac Better Dayz and Time After Time featuring Kadafi & Kurupt. 


Crazy Like A Foxx originally set for a ’94 release, was supposed to be Freddie Foxxx’s sophomore effort, but instead was met with some 14 years of shelf-time. Fat Beats records finally gives underground fans what they’ve been craving--dusting off this unheard treasure from hip-hop’s golden era and repackaging it. This two-CD set includes the original album and a bonus disc of rough demos produced by Showbiz, Buckwild, and Lord Finesse. Crazy Like A Foxx ft collaborations with Chuck D, Kool G Rap, and 2Pac.


4 Tha Hard Way is West Coast hip hop artist Rappin' 4-Tay's fourth album, released by Virgin Records in 1997. The album features production from Bay Area producer Ant Banks, as well as guest appearances from the likes of Tupac Shakur, Rick James, E-40 and Master P. The entire album is dedicated to the memory of Tupac Shakur.


Supernova is the debut studio album by Lisa Lopes of TLC and is the only one released in her lifetime, prior to her traffic collision-related death in 2002. The album's original titles were "Fantasy1.com" and "A New Star is Born", but were eventually changed to "Supernova". The release date for the album was August 16, 2001, the day of her father's birthday, as well as her grandfather's death. The album includes the song Untouchable with 2Pac.