King Ice Releases Death Row Records Jewelry Collection – View Here
King Ice, the LA-based streetwear jewelry brand known for creating culture-inspired wearable art, is releasing an official Death Row Records jewelry collection, celebrating the infamous and influential west coast record label.
Death Row Records was one of the most significant and prominent labels in music history. Founded in 1991 by Marion “Suge” Hugh Knight Jr. and Michael “Harry O” Harris, it released seminal recordings by superstars like Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Tupac Shakur and its cultural impact was monumental.
King Ice Co-Founder Derek Belay states, “Almost two decades after the birth of Death Row Records, this collab makes it possible for admirers to rock the label’s infamous logo chain and celebrate the west coast Hip Hop revolution that Death Row Records established.”
The Death Row Record logo necklace will be available in two versions, in a white gold or 14K yellow gold finish iced out with clear VVS Diamond simulates paired with a 24” 8mm stainless steel Cuban chain. The second version will have a solid white gold or 14K gold finish without stones also paired with a 24” 8mm stainless steel Cuban chain.
King Ice Co-Founder and head designer Cuong Diep says, “We used state of the art 3D technology uncommon in the streetwear jewelry market to create a highly detailed, quality design bringing this historical logo to life.”
These logo necklaces will each retail for $120. For those with a bigger bag, the $8,000 Solid 14K gold and diamond Death Row logo necklace and the $5,000 14K solid gold Death Row logo necklace are available for purchase. LA icons Snoop Dogg and The Game have recently been seen wearing these.
Purchase new pieces from the Death Row Records collection on 3/7 at www.kingice.com.
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