Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles primarily based Hip Hop jewellery firm, King Ice, has teamed up with Death Row Records for an unique jewellery assortment that brings the notorious West Coast report label chains again to life.

Death Row Records who’re chargeable for legendary artists reminiscent of Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre and the late Tupac Shakur, made their stamp on the music business in a manner that’s nonetheless very current in the present day. The label was based by Marion “Suge” Knight and Michael “Harry O” Harris in 1991.

King Ice Releases Death Row Records Jewelry Collection

Rapper The Game lately talked concerning the influence the label had on Hip Hop as he was gifted a 14ok strong gold Death Row brand chain.

“I had a Death Row chain that Suge gave to me, that I by within the crowd. Cause I used to simply give my followers — I by my G-Unit shit within the crowd, Aftermath chain within the crowd, its like Aftermath,  like Suga gave me that, I by it within the crowd you recognize now that I’m older it’s like fuck I want I nonetheless had that. But nigga I bought that again. I bought that now.”

This shouldn’t be the primary time King Ice has collaborated with Hip Hop royalty. Past collections embrace artist like Wu-Tang Clan, Snoop Dogg, and The Game to call a couple of, in addition to manufacturers like Champion and PlayStation up to now.

This time round they are going to be providing the Death Row Records assortment in two variations, in white gold or 14Okay yellow gold end iced out with clear VVS diamond simulates paired with a 24” 8mm stainless-steel Cuban chain. The second model may have a strong white gold or 14Okay gold end with out stones additionally paired with a 24” 8mm stainless-steel Cuban chain.

Check out the new Death Row Records collection here.

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