Hip-hop mogul MARION 'SUGE' KNIGHT has launched a search for fresh musical talent with a new reality TV show.
The Death Row Records founder will feature in Unfinished Business, which will follow Knight and his proteges as he builds his new label, Blackball Records.
The series will also see Knight reveal details of his dealings with Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre during his time at Death Row, reports AllHipHop.com.
He says, "It ain't like the fake reality s**t. It's a lot of stuff going on but you gotta watch the show to see what it is. It's like real life.
"So whatever it is it's real life. If you see me in Compton, I'm in Compton. Watts, South Central, Inglewood wherever the f**k it is. No matter where it is. We do it how we do it."
And Knight is confident the show will have a broad appeal: "The show is ridiculous. It's hot. I think everybody is gonna watch it. From East to West coast. I think everybody is gonna watch it."
No official airing date has been given for Unfinished Business, but Knight promises it will be shown "sometime soon".
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