As we reported last week, Global Music Group (the company that bought Death Row Records earlier this year) were claiming that Suge Knight, along accomplice Carl "Butch"
Small, were hiding part of Death Row's catalog including master recordings, videos and other assets
between 2001 and 2005.
Now, the hidden assests have resurfaced. Small's ex-girlfriend (the person who first told Global Music Group about the missing materials) lead authorities to a storage unit in Burlington, MI. A Livingston County Sheriff Deputy confiscated boxes he belives contains the master recordings. A 49 page document lists 625 items that were missing, including promotional flyers, posters and clothing, office and computer accessories, plaques, VHS tapes and cover art for Lady Of Rage’s Necessary Roughness, Snoop Dogg’s The Dogfather, Dogg Pound’s Dog Food and Tupac Shakur’s All Eyez On Me, among many others.