An unreleased Beyonce track is reportedly among the 10,000 songs that were acquired in the auction of Deathrow Records earlier this year.
Death Row was auctioned off for $18 million to WIDEawake Entertainment Group in January.
The initial reports of the auction only mentioned that unreleased tracks by former Death Row artists including 2Pac and Dr. Dre were acquired but Wideawake's John Payne recently revealed to Reuters that a Beyonce track was also picked up.
Payne, who was a producer/engineer for Death Row, serves as the senior vice president for WIDEawake Entertainment.
Payne revealed that he has reached out to Beyonce and other artists whose songs were acquired to work out appropriate contracts.
"There's so much exquisite material that never saw the light of day," Payne said. "These are artists that would love to see their material released, and I'm sure they want to get paid for what they've done."
Payne also revealed that he has been working with 2Pac's family to drop 13 of the rapper’s unreleased 40 songs they acquired. They are also working on song placements and synch deals with MTV and other TV and film companies.
WIDEawake are also developing a film about singer Marvin Gaye and a graphic novel that will involve the Death Row catalogue.
Suge Knight, the founder of Death Row Records, lost control of the label after filing for bankruptcy in 2006.