KXNG Crooked has alleged that Death Row Records still owes him some serious cash, following news that the label’s catalog has been added to streaming services.

On Saturday (March 11), the Long Beach MC took to Twitter to quote tweet a Snoop Dogg post celebrating Death Row’s music hitting streaming services.

Snoop’s post contained a look at the label’s entire catalog on Apple Music. “We are live @deathrowmusic on @AppleMusic,” Tha Doggfather wrote in the post’s caption.

“I see the DysFunktional Family soundtrack I’m owed six figures for hmmm,” Crook responded, regarding the soundtrack album he worked on for comedian Eddie Griffin’s 2003 stand-up special of the same name.

Fans immediately had questions for the rapper, like one person who asked Crook under another post if he ever regretted signing to the label under its infamous former boss Suge Knight. “Nah, not really,” he responded.

Crook also made it clear he had no intentions of returning to his former label because he “has too many demands” and believes “they’ll laugh him out the door.”

However, the 46-year-old rapper noted that in light of Snoop being the new head honcho over Death Row, he’d have no problem chatting with the Doggystyle rapper about his old music.

“I’m glad Snoop owns DR!! If there’s a conversation to be had about my old music I’d much rather have it with him!” he tweeted.

Snoop acquired the Death Row brand last February from MNRK Music Group (formerly eOne Music), which is controlled by private equity funds managed by leading global investment firm Blackstone.

Although terms of the deal weren’t disclosed, Hasbro toy company purchased MNRK Music Group in 2019 for $4billion and inadvertently became the new owners of Death Row. In April 2021, Hasbro announced it had sold MNRK Music Group to Blackstone for $385million in cash.

Whether it’s about some money he’s allegedly owed or sticking up for the younger generation of rappers, KXNG Crooked has no problem speaking on how he feels. Most recently, the rapper posed a serious question for his former Slaughterhouse groupmate Joe Budden in an effort to uncover why his recent tirade has called for Logic’s retirement.

On Friday (March 10), Crook took to social media to inquire why Logic’s music has struck such a strong nerve with the media personality.

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“Why does dude hate Logic’s music so much? Serious question,” he asked of Budden before admitting there’s a handful of rappers he’d like to see throw in the towel long before the Maryland rhymer.

Crook continued: “It’s some rappers I wish would retire waaaaaayyy before Logic.”

The inquiry comes on the heels of the latest episode of The Joe Budden Podcast, in which Budden begged the Maryland rapper to “never step near a recording device again” following his divisive singing cover of Ice Cube’s “It Was a Good Day.”