The Inescapable Death Row Chain

In collaboration with Death Row Records, the notorious West Coast record label chains have been brought back to life by King Ice, a Los Angeles-based Hip Hop jewelry firm.

The renowned artists signed to Death Row Records—including Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and Tupac Shakur—left an indelible mark on the music business. Marion “Suge” Knight and Michael “Harry O” Harris started the label in 1991.

Death Row Chain

The Game, a famous rap artist, was recently given a 14-karat gold Death Row emblem chain and spoke about the label’s significance in hip-hop history.

Suge gave me a Death Row chain, which I threw into the crowd. And I used to just give everything away to my fans; I used to toss my G-Unit swag in public, my Aftermath chain in the audience; it’s like Aftermath, as Suga gave me that, I threw it in the group, and now that I’m older, I’m like fuck I wish I still had that. Something was taken away from me, but I got it back. Ok, I see what you mean now.

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King Ice has worked with other prominent figures in Hip Hop before. Collections from the past have featured work from Wu-Tang Clan, Snoop Dogg, and The Game, among others, and have been endorsed by companies including Champion and PlayStation.

White gold and 14-karat yellow gold versions of the Death Row Records series will be available, each iced out with clear VVS diamond mimics and combined with a 24″ 8mm stainless steel Cuban chain. The second variant will be made of solid white gold or 14K gold without any stones and will come with a 24″ 8mm stainless steel Cuban chain.

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