Former Death Row Records singer, Jewell, spoke with Keyshia Cole about dreaming Tupac died prior to his murder.
Known as the First Lady of Death Row Records, Jewell Caples rose to fame when she signed with notorious Hip Hop record label. Helping to design Death Row’s iconic logo, Jewell sang on some of the most iconic Hip Hop songs.
Records that include; Dre Day and Who Am I (What’s My Name). Although Jewell was featured on many songs, Death Row Records never released her album.
Jewell would also work with Tupac Shakur on his double album “All Eyez On Me”. Singing the hook for the song “Thug Passion”. “I heard it’s the bomb And you got it goin’ on / Give me some of your thug passion, baby / You got me drippin’ wet / From the way you make me sweat / Give me some of your thug passion, baby, ohh,” sang Jewell on the hook.
Appearing on One On One With Keyshia Cole, Jewell shared how it was like working in Death Row Records. Many of these stories stem from her controversial e-book titled “My Blood My Sweat My Tears“, available at goodreads, and can be read for free with an Amazon Prime account through Prime Reading. Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial
Jewell also touched on how it was to work with Suge Knight. “I learned how to be a lady. Being around men you’re like a gangsta in a dress. “I learned a lot. It was good. You know people always say are you mad at Suge. Since he’s been in jail I haven’t spoken to him. People don’t understand with Suge, he was like my brother.”
Although in a different stage of her life now, Jewell doesn’t regret her contributions to the Death Row catalog.
Jewell also revealed that had a dream about Tupac’s death. She would go on to warn both ‘Pac and Suge Knight about the dream.
Jewell explained how Tupac was meant to appear on her song, ‘3 Wishes’. However, with a trip to Las Vegas ahead of him, ‘Pac wanted to record when he was back.
The Death Row Records singer said that Tupac called and relayed to her his plans to record after the Las Vegas trip. This is when Jewell informed Tupac about the dream she had.
“I got the call and ‘Pac was like ‘Imma do it after Vegas’. I was like ‘You’re not gonna make it, no, I had a dream you got killed.” Not wanting to hear what Jewell was saying, Tupac threw the phone to Suge, because he thought that she was tripping.
Pleading with Suge Knight, Jewell didn’t get the response she wanted. According to the First Lady of Death Row, Suge said, “I ain’t worried about them bustas.”