Priority Records is an American record label, owned and operated by Universal Music Group, which has made a name for itself dealing primarily in hip hop. Priority has also provided distribution for other labels such as Rap-A-Lot Records, Ruthless Records, Death Row Records, Wu-Tang Records, Rawkus Records, No Limit Records, Roc-A-Fella Records, Scarface Records, Black Market Records, Rhythm Safari and Tass Radio Records.
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... Diligently honing his craft, he would create beats and record his own versions of those classics for fun, serving as a precursor to becoming one of the music industry ... Pooh, a/k/a Poohman, to record Life of a Criminal, which contained the underground smash hit "Fuckin’ Wit Dank" ... for Spice 1 to sign a hefty, major label recording contract with Jive Records ...
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