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50 Cent, 2pac, Snoopy, Em and Others Masters Burnt In 2008 Fire Disaster



Hip Hop Artists Loses Masters Of Their Works In The 2008 Fire At Universal Studios 

Over 10 years prior, there was a devastating flame at Universal Studios in Hollywood. Blazes began to torch portions of Building 6197, which was known as the video vault, during the early long stretches of June 1, 2008. In case you’re comfortable with the situation, you realize that a lot of film reels and videos were obliterated on account of the blazes.

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In any case, a new article by the New York Times Magazine is reporting that approximately 500,000 song titles were additionally hopeless as a result of the harms.

That information had never been unveiled as of not long ago, where legendary artists like Tupac Shakur, Eminem, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Snoop Dogg, and more are altogether influenced.

Universal had originally just said that the King Kong attraction and a video vault were burned to the ground yet things being what they are, they were hiding the way that huge amounts of ace recordings likewise died in the flame. In a classified report by UMG in 2009, the company conceded that around a large portion of a million song titles were lost too.

Of the artists that lost masters in the flame are Aretha Franklin, whose initially recorded appearances are gone perpetually, Buddy Holly, who lost almost his whole catalog, and Etta James, who lost her hit single “At Last.” There are a few hip-hop stars that lost music in the flame also including Eminem, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, The Roots, Tupac Shakur, and others.

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The article noticed that the flame was the “biggest disaster in the historical backdrop of the music business,” which sounds accurate. Losing 500,000 masters is a major ordeal.

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