When Danny Boy was signed to Death Row, he worked with basically every major producer there was to work with. But even though, as he puts it, he “probably [has] more records… done on Death Row than any artist that was around,” none of them saw the light of day until 2010. He pinpoints when things really started to go south at Death Row, saying that Suge Knight & Tupac‘s personalities contributed to things really becoming “dangerous.”

He reveals his thoughts on Dr. Dre‘s exit from the label. He thinks they tried to make it seem like it something other than it was. But now, Danny says, in retrospect the reason is pretty obvious: “that wasn’t that he was there for, he was there to do music.” He laments about the many, many artists on the label whose voices were stifled when their content was never released. As for Danny Boy, he says “I’ve been homeless since [Death Row].. I’ve been a mortician, I’ve been a janitor.” And now he looks forward to telling his story. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive interview on the “Ed Lover Show.”

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Danny Boy On Being Blackballed During His Time At Death Row [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]  was originally published on edlovershow.com