The original Dr. Dre single featured Roger Troutman and was intended to be a Dr. Dre release. It ended up appearing on 2Pac's All Eyez On Me album in 1996 with an added 2Pac verse. 1996 [ edit ]
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He has since produced albums for and/or overseen the careers of many rappers, including Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Xzibit, 50 Cent, The Game (2), Busta Rhymes, and Kendrick Lamar. In 2006, he and Interscope Records co-founder Jimmy Iovine co-founded Beats Electronics. In 2014, Beats was acquired by computer giant Apple for $3.2 billion, making Dr. Dre ...
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Four tracks were produced by Dr. Dre. The others were produced by other producers including Daz Dillinger, Soopafly and LT Hutton. The track "Doggystyle" had been intended as the title track for Snoop's first album, Doggystyle, in 1993, but was left off the album. The track has one of Dre's and Snoop's heroes, the funk legend George Clinton.
Aug 04, 2015 · Dr. Dre has produced a ton of music in the last 16 years. On Friday, Dr. Dre will drop Compton: The Soundtrack, his first project since 1999's 2001. He's kept busy in the 16 years inbetween ...
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Since 1998, only five albums can truly be considered pure Dre projects -- the first two releases from Eminem, the debuts of 50 Cent and The Game, and his own 2001. I believe that this interpretation is correct. In this light, the six albums that should be considered major Dr. Dre-produced projects are:
- The Meeting That Changed History
- The Chemistry
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While Eminem was washing dishes at a fast food restaurant, hitting the battle rap circuit and independently pushing his debut album Infinite, Dr. Dre was already an established name in the music scene. N.W.A. had established a reputation as one of hip-hop’s most controversial and beloved groups, and Dre’s solo career was on the rise. In late 1992, the Compton artist’s debut solo album The Chronic exploded onto the scene, turning the sample-based sonic landscape on it’s head; while early hip-hop instrumentals were the product of sampling pre-existing records, Dre’s approach was to recreate the samples from scratch using live instrumentation. The professionalism with which Dr. Dre produced and engineered all his own material caught the eye of aspiring record mogul Jimmy Iovine, who was looking to make a mark with his new record label: Interscope records. Iovine took a chance on Dre, and the pair developed a mutual trust that would develop over the years to come. Meanwhile, Em was stea...
“It’s an honor to work with Dre, and now, I’m past the honor stage. Now it’s like, we developed--it’s more than a business, a friendship now.” - Eminem, Making Of Forgot About Dre. On Em’s official studio debut The Slim Shady LP, Dr. Dre produced three songs - “My Name Is,” “Guilty Conscience,” and “Role Models,” as well as executive producing the entire project. It’s no surprise that each of the Dre produced cuts were singles, and the duo continued their hot streak on Dr. Dre’s legendary 2001. Em and Dre linked up for two tracks (three, if you count background vocals on “The Watcher”), and “Forgot About Dre” and ‘What’s The Difference” both stood out as some of the album’s most memorable singles. There are many who would say that Dre and Em’s musical peak came on Em’s sophomore album, 2000’s The Marshall Mathers LP. Dre had perfected the sound he conceived on “My Name Is,” and hooked Em up with a batch of carnival-esque, off-kilter bangers. Together with producer Mel-Man, Dre laced...
Here is a comprehensive list of every track Eminem and Dre have ever worked on together, including features and production. All songs are produced by Dr. Dre unless otherwise stated. Eminem - The Slim Shady LP (1998) My Name Is Guilty Conscience ft. Dr. Dre Role Models Funkmaster Flex- The Tunnel Eminem - If I Get Locked Up Tonight ft. Dr Dre (prod by Dr. Dre & Funk Flex) Wild Wild West OST (1999) Dr. Dre & Eminem - Bad Guys Always Die Dr. Dre - 2001 (1999) The Watcher (background vocals by Eminem) What’s The Difference ft. Xzibit & Eminem Forgot About Dre ft. Eminem Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP (2000) Kill You Who Knew The Real Slim Shady Remember Me ft. RBX & Sticky Fingaz I’m Back Bitch Please 2 ft. Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Xzibit, Nate Dogg D12 - Devil’s Night (2001) Ain’t Nuttin’ But Music Fight Music Revelation Eminem - The Eminem Show (2002) Business Say What You Say ft. Dr. Dre My Dad’s Gone Crazy Obie Trice- Cheers (2003) Shit Hits The Fan ft. Dr. Dre & Eminem D12 - D12 Wor...
Dr Dre has released 3 solo studio albums. The Chronic (1992) The Chronic 2001 (1999) Compton (2015) As for why he's only released three albums in 23 years, there's probably a few good answers.
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