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    Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Dogg - Still D.R.E.

    4:52

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    Music video by Dr. Dre performing Still D.R.E.. (C) 1999 Aftermath Entertainment/Interscope Records

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    Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Dogg, Kurupt, Nate Dogg - The Next Episode

    3:20

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    Music video by Dr. Dre performing The Next Episode. (C) 1999 Interscope Records (C) 2000 Aftermath/Interscope Records

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    Dr. Dre ft. Eminem, Skylar Grey - I Need A Doctor Official Video

    7:37

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    Music video by Dr. Dre performing I Need A Doctor featuring Eminem and Skylar Grey (Explicit). © 2011 Aftermath Records
    #VEVOCERTIFIED on Aug. 17, 2012.

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    Dr Dre - Nuthin But A G Thang

    3:59

    i do not own this song!!

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    Dr. Dre - The Chronic

    58:07

    Dr. Dre - The Chronic (Full Album) (1992)

    TRACKLIST:

    1. The Chronic (Intro) (Ft. Snoop Dogg) 0:00
    3. Let Me Ride (Ft. RBX, Snoop Dogg) 1:59
    4. The Day the Niggaz Took Over (Ft. RBX, Snoop Dogg, Dat Nigga
    Daz) 6:20
    5. Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang (Ft. Snoop Dogg) 10:53
    6. Deeez Nuuuts (Ft. Dat Nigga Daz, Snoop Dogg, Colin Wolfe, Nate Dogg) 14:51
    7. Lil' Ghetto Boy (Ft. Snoop Dogg, D.O.C.) 20:00
    8. A Nigga Witta Gun (Ft. D.O.C., Snoop Dogg) 25:26
    9. Rat-Tat-Tat-Tat (Ft. Snoop Dogg) 29:19
    10. The $20 Sack Pyramid (Skit) (Ft. Snoop Dogg) 33:07
    11. Lyrical Gangbang (Ft. Kurupt, RBX, The Lady of Rage, Snoop Dogg) 36:01
    12. High Powered (Ft. RBX, Colin Wolfe) 40:05
    13. The Doctor's Office (Skit) (Ft. Kevin Lewis, Jewell, The Lady of Rage) 42:49
    14. Stranded on Death Row (Ft. Kurupt, RBX, The Lady of Rage, Snoop Dogg) 43:53
    15. The Roach (The Chronic Outro) (Ft. RBX, The Lady of Rage, Dat Nigga Daz) 48:40
    16. Bitches Ain't Shit (Ft. Snoop Dogg, The D.O.C., Kurupt, Dat Nigga Daz) 53:17


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    Dr. Dre - Kush ft. Snoop Dogg, Akon

    4:01

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    Music video by Dr. Dre performing Kush. (C) 2010 Interscope Records

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    Eminem, Dr. Dre - Forgot About Dre ft. Hittman

    5:14

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    Music video by Eminem, Dr. Dre performing Forgot About Dre. (C) 1999 Interscope - Aftermath

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    2pac feat Dr.Dre - California Love HD

    5:35

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    Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Doggy Dogg - Nuthin But A G Thang Explicit

    4:45

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    From 1992 Album: The Chronic...(Click show more for artist info)..

    The Chronic is the debut studio album by American hip hop recording artist Dr. Dre. It was released on December 15, 1992, by his own record label Death Row Records and distributed by Priority Records. Recording sessions for the album took place in June 1992 at Death Row Studios in Los Angeles and at Bernie Grundman Mastering in Hollywood.[1] The album is named after a slang term for high-grade cannabis, and its cover is a homage to Zig-Zag rolling papers. It was Dr. Dre's first solo album after he had departed from hip hop group N.W.A and its label Ruthless Records over a financial dispute. On The Chronic, he included both subtle and direct insults at Ruthless and its owner, former N.W.A member Eazy-E. Although a solo album, it features many appearances by Snoop Dogg, who used the album as a launch pad for his own solo career.

    The Chronic peaked at number three on the Billboard 200 and had been certified triple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America with sales of 5.7 million copies in the United States,[2][3] which led to Dr. Dre becoming one of the top ten best-selling American performing artists of 1993.[4] Dr. Dre's production has been noted for popularizing the G-funk subgenre within gangsta rap. The Chronic has been widely regarded as one of the most important and influential albums of the 1990s and regarded by many fans and peers to be one of the most well-produced hip hop albums of all time.[5][6][7] The Chronic was ranked at #138 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

    As of 2015, the album has sold 5.7 million copies in the United States,[2] and was certified Triple Platinum by RIAA on November 3, 1993.[52] It is Dr. Dre's second-bestselling album, as his follow-up album, 2001, was certified sextuple Platinum.[53] The album first appeared on music charts in 1993, peaking on the Billboard 200 at number three, and peaking on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums at number one.[54] The Chronic spent eight months in the Billboard Top 10.[55] The album's three singles became top ten Billboard singles.[56] Nuthin' but a G Thang peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and at number one on both the Hot Rap Singles and Hot R&B Singles charts.[56] Fuck Wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin') became a top ten single on four different charts, including the Hot R&B Singles (number 6) and the Hot 100 (number 8).[56]

    The Chronic didn't chart on the UK Albums Chart until 2000, eight years after its original release, and peaked at number 43 in July 2004. It has sold 260,814 copies there.[57] The Chronic re-entered the charts in 2003, peaking on the Ireland Albums Top 75 at number 48, and on the UK Albums Top 75 in 2004 at number 43

    Having split from N.W.A, Dr. Dre's first solo album established him as one of the biggest hip hop stars of his era.[5] Yahoo! Music writer S.L. Duff wrote of the album's impact on his status in hip hop at the time, stating Dre's considerable reputation is based on this release, alongside his production technique on Snoop's Doggystyle and his early work with N.W.A. Whatever one thinks of the over-the-top bravado rapping, the tracks and beats Dre assembled are beyond reproach.[59] The Chronic brought G-funk to the mainstream – a genre defined by slow bass beats and melodic synthesizers, topped by P-Funk samples, female vocals, and a laconic, laid-back lyrical delivery referred to as a lazy drawl. The album takes its name from a slang term for premium grade cannabis, chronic. The album cover is an homage to Zig-Zag rolling papers.[5] Robert Christgau said that, although he can't stand it, he respects The Chronic for its influence and iconicity.

    The album launched the careers of West Coast hip hop artists, including Snoop Doggy Dogg, Daz Dillinger, Kurupt, Nate Dogg, and Warren G, Dr. Dre's stepbrother – all of whom pursued successful commercial careers. The Chronic is widely regarded as the album that re-defined West Coast hip hop, demonstrated gangsta rap's commercial potential as a multi-platinum commodity, and established G-funk as the most popular sound in hip hop music for several years after its release, with Dr. Dre producing major albums that drew heavily on his production style.[8] The album's success established Death Row Records as a dominant force in 1990s hip hop. It has been re-released 3 times, first as a remastered CD, then as a remastered DualDisc with enhanced stereo and four videos, and in 2009 as The Chronic Re-Lit with a bonus DVD containing a 30-minute interview and 7 unreleased tracks. The singles Fuck wit Dre Day and Nuthin' but a G Thang are in best-selling video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on the fictional radio station Radio Los Santos.

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    Dr. Dre - The Message

    5:30

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    Dr Dre - Xxplosive

    3:36

    One of the best. R.I.P. Nate

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    Dr. Dre - Kush ft. Snoop Dogg, Akon

    4:01

    Music video by Dr. Dre performing Kush (Clean Version). (C) 2010 Interscope Records

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    Dr. Dre - Forgot About Dre ft. Eminem, Hittman

    5:12

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    Music video by Dr. Dre performing Forgot About Dre. (C) 1999 Interscope Records

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    Dr. dre ring ding dong

    5:15

    cool song!

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    Dr. Dre - The Next Episode

    4:01

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    Dr. Dre - Nuthin but a G Thang

    3:59

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    Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg - Still Dre

    4:35

    Artist: Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg

    Song: Still Dre

    Album: 2001

    Still Snoop Dogg and D-R-E (Guess who's back)
    Still, still doing that shit, huh Dre?

    [Dr. Dre]
    Oh for sure, check me out
    It's still Dre Day, A.K. nigga
    Before I chrome the lot, can't keep it home a lot
    'cause when I frequent the spots that I'm known to rock
    You hear the bass from the trunk when I'm on the block
    Ladies, they pay homage, but haters say Dre fell off
    How nigga My last album was The Chronic
    They want to know if he still got it
    They say rap's changed, they want to know how I feel about it

    [Snoop - singing]
    If you ain't up on pace

    [Dr. Dre]
    Dr. Dre is the name, I'm ahead of my game
    Still, puffing my leafs, still with the beats
    Still not loving police (Uh huh)
    Still rock my khakis with a cuff and a crease
    Still got love for the streets, repping 213
    Still the beat bangs, still doing my thang
    Since I left, ain't too much changed, still

    [Chorus:]
    [Snoop Dogg]
    I'm representing for the gangsters all across the world
    Still hitting them corners in them low low's girl
    [Dr. Dre]
    Still taking my time to perfect the beat
    And I still got love for the streets, it's the D-R-E [Repeat 2x]

    Since the last time you heard from me I lost some friends
    Well, hell, me and Snoop, we dipping again
    Kept my ear to the streets, signed Eminem
    He's triple platinum, doing 50 a week
    Still, I stay close to the heat
    And even when I was close to defeat, I rose to my feet
    My life is like a soundtrack I wrote to the beat
    Treat my rap like Cali weed, I smoke till I sleep
    Wake up in the A.M., compose a beat
    I bring the fire till you're soaking in your seat
    It's not a fluke, it's been tried, I'm the troop
    It's Turn Out the Lights from the World Class Wreckin' Cru
    I'm still at it, After-mathematic
    In the home of drivebys and ak-matics
    Swap meets, sticky green, and bad traffic
    I dip through then I get skin, D-R-E

    [Chorus]

    It ain't nothing but more hot shit
    Another classic CD for y'all to vibe with
    Whether you're cooling on a corner with your fly bitch
    Laid back in the shack, play this track
    I'm representing for the gangsters all across the world
    (Still hitting them corners in them low low's girl)
    I'll break your neck, damn near put your face in your lap
    Niggas try to be the king but the ace is back

    [Snoop - singing]
    So if you ain't up on thangs

    [Dr. Dre]
    Dr. Dre be the name still running the game
    Still got it wrapped like a mummy
    Still ain't tripping, love to see young blacks get money
    Spend time out the hood, take they moms out the hood
    Hit my boys off with jobs, no more living hard
    Barbeques every day, driving fancy cars
    Still gonna get mine regardless

    [Chorus x1.5]

    [Snoop]
    Right back up in ya muthfuckin ass
    '95 plus four pennies
    Add that shit up, D-R-E right back on top of thangs
    Smoke some with your dog
    No stress, no seeds, no stems, no sticks!
    Some of that real sticky icky
    Ooo Wee, put it in the air
    For you's a fool D.R.

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    Eminem - Life ft. Dr. Dre

    4:43

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    Dre Day by Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Dogg | Interscope

    4:42

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    Let Me Ride/Still Dre - Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg

    5:56

    Let Me Ride & Still Dre live performance from The Up In Smoke Tour. Enjoy :)

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    Dr. Dre - Let Me Ride

    4:22

    Lyrics:

    Creepin down the back street on Deez
    I got my glock cocked cuz niggaz want these
    Now soon as I said it, seems I got sweated
    By some nigga witha tech 9 tryin to take mine
    ya wanna make noise, make noise
    I make a phone call my niggaz comin like the Gotti boys
    Bodies bein found on Greenleaf
    With their fuckin heads cut off, motherfucker I'm Dre
    So listen to the play-by-play, day-by-day
    Rollin in my 4 with 16 switches
    And got sounds for the bitches, clockin all the riches
    Got the hollow points for the snitches
    So would you just walk on by, cuz I'm too hard to lift
    And no this ain't Aerosmith
    It's the motherfuckin D-R-E, from the C-P-T
    on a rhymin spree, a straight G
    Hop back as I pop my top ya trip
    I let the hollow points commence to POP POP POP
    Yeah, cuz if it don't stop
    I have to put my shit in reverse, go back and take another stop
    Cause I'm (Rollin in my six-fo)
    With all the niggaz sayin

    Chorus:
    Swing down, sweet chariot stop and, let me ride
    Hell Yeah
    Swing down, sweet chariot stop and, let me ride
    With all the niggaz sayin
    Swing down, sweet chariot stop and, let me ride
    Hell yeah
    Swing down, sweet chariot stop and, let me ride

    Just another motherfuckin day for Dre so I begin like this
    No medallions, dreadlocks, or black fists it's just
    That gangster glare, with gangster raps
    That gangster shit, that makes the gang of snaps, uhh
    Word to the motherfuckin streets
    And word to these hyped ass lyrics and dope beats that I
    Hit ya with that I, get ya with
    as I groove in my four on deez, hittin the switches
    Bitches relax while I get my proper swerve on
    Bumpin like a motherfucker ready to get my swerve on
    But before I hit the dope spot
    I gotta get the chronic, the Remi Martin and my soda pop
    Now I'm smellin like indo-nesia
    Bus stop full of fly bitches and skeezers
    On my dick, cause my four on hit
    Pancake front and back, side to side, and all that shit
    So when I crawl I comes correct
    Now, if your bitch in my shit, it's your bitch you check nigga
    Now let the Chevrolet slide
    As I dip a nigga trip to the south side, yeah
    (Rollin in my six-fo) With all the bitches sayin

    Chorus

    Check this out
    The sun went down when I hit Slausson
    On my way to the strip, now I'm just flossin
    Checkin my rearview cause niggaz they will do
    Jack moves, black fools cause I smack fools
    Try to set me up for a two-eleven
    Fuck around and get caught up in a one-eight-seven
    But I don't represent no gangbang
    Some niggaz like lynchin but I just watch them hang
    So on and so on, why don't you let me roll on
    I remember back in the dayz when I used to have to get my stroll on
    Didn't nobody wanna speak, now everybody
    Peepin out they windows when they hear me beatin up the streets
    Is it Dre? Is it Dre?
    That's what they say, every single motherfuckin day, yo
    But I ain't trippin I'm just kickin it
    While my deez keep spinnin and these hoes keep grinnin I'll be
    (Rollin in my six-fo) With everybody sayin

    Chorus

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    Dr. Dre - Let Me Ride Full Video

    6:48

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    From the 1992 Album: The Chronic...(Click show more for artist info)..

    The Chronic is the debut studio album by American hip hop recording artist Dr. Dre. It was released on December 15, 1992, by his own record label Death Row Records and distributed by Priority Records. Recording sessions for the album took place in June 1992 at Death Row Studios in Los Angeles and at Bernie Grundman Mastering in Hollywood. The album is named after a slang term for high-grade cannabis, and its cover is a homage to Zig-Zag rolling papers. It was Dr. Dre's first solo album after he had departed from hip hop group N.W.A and its label Ruthless Records over a financial dispute. On The Chronic, he included both subtle and direct insults at Ruthless and its owner, former N.W.A member Eazy-E. Although a solo album, it features many appearances by Snoop Dogg, who used the album as a launch pad for his own solo career.

    The Chronic peaked at number three on the Billboard 200 and had been certified triple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America with sales of 5.7 million copies in the United States, which led to Dr. Dre becoming one of the top ten best-selling American performing artists of 1993. Dr. Dre's production has been noted for popularizing the G-funk subgenre within gangsta rap. The Chronic has been widely regarded as one of the most important and influential albums of the 1990s and regarded by many fans and peers to be one of the most well-produced hip hop albums of all time. The Chronic was ranked at #138 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

    As of 2015, the album has sold 5.7 million copies in the United States, and was certified Triple Platinum by RIAA on November 3, 1993. It is Dr. Dre's second-bestselling album, as his follow-up album, 2001, was certified sextuple Platinum. The album first appeared on music charts in 1993, peaking on the Billboard 200 at number three, and peaking on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums at number one. The Chronic spent eight months in the Billboard Top 10. The album's three singles became top ten Billboard singles. Nuthin' but a G Thang peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and at number one on both the Hot Rap Singles and Hot R&B Singles charts. Fuck Wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin') became a top ten single on four different charts, including the Hot R&B Singles (number 6) and the Hot 100 (number 8).

    The Chronic didn't chart on the UK Albums Chart until 2000, eight years after its original release, and peaked at number 43 in July 2004. It has sold 260,814 copies there. The Chronic re-entered the charts in 2003, peaking on the Ireland Albums Top 75 at number 48, and on the UK Albums Top 75 in 2004 at number 43

    Having split from N.W.A, Dr. Dre's first solo album established him as one of the biggest hip hop stars of his era. Yahoo! Music writer S.L. Duff wrote of the album's impact on his status in hip hop at the time, stating Dre's considerable reputation is based on this release, alongside his production technique on Snoop's Doggystyle and his early work with N.W.A. Whatever one thinks of the over-the-top bravado rapping, the tracks and beats Dre assembled are beyond reproach. The Chronic brought G-funk to the mainstream – a genre defined by slow bass beats and melodic synthesizers, topped by P-Funk samples, female vocals, and a laconic, laid-back lyrical delivery referred to as a lazy drawl. The album takes its name from a slang term for premium grade cannabis, chronic. The album cover is an homage to Zig-Zag rolling papers. Robert Christgau said that, although he can't stand it, he respects The Chronic for its influence and iconicity.

    The album launched the careers of West Coast hip hop artists, including Snoop Doggy Dogg, Daz Dillinger, Kurupt, Nate Dogg, and Warren G, Dr. Dre's stepbrother – all of whom pursued successful commercial careers. The Chronic is widely regarded as the album that re-defined West Coast hip hop, demonstrated gangsta rap's commercial potential as a multi-platinum commodity, and established G-funk as the most popular sound in hip hop music for several years after its release, with Dr. Dre producing major albums that drew heavily on his production style. The album's success established Death Row Records as a dominant force in 1990s hip hop. It has been re-released 3 times, first as a remastered CD, then as a remastered DualDisc with enhanced stereo and four videos, and in 2009 as The Chronic Re-Lit with a bonus DVD containing a 30-minute interview and 7 unreleased tracks. The singles Fuck wit Dre Day and Nuthin' but a G Thang are in best-selling video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on the fictional radio station Radio Los Santos.

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    Dr. Dre - Bad Boys II musical score

    4:24

    This is one of the beats that Dr. Dre produced for the Bad Boys 2 score. This is ripped from the 5.1 audio of the DVD. There are still some sounds from the movie.

    I used this exact track in a mix for a 2Pac remix, Buried, that has been uploaded to Youtube a few times.

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    Dr. Dre mixing Marvin Gayes I Want You Vocals | The Defiant Ones

    1:54

    Clip taken from HBO's The Defiant Ones

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    Still DRE - Dr Dre And Snoop Dogg

    5:11

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    Snoop dogg and Dr Dre - Still Dre. High quality. Still D.R.E. was released on October 13, 1999 as the lead single from Dr Dre's second multi-platinum studio album, The Chronic 2001. The song, written by Jay-Z, features vocals from Snoop Dogg on the intro, chorus and outro. The song sold over 4,000,000 copies and was eventually certified 4x Platinum by RIAA.

    Still D.R.E. Lyrics
    (feat. Snoop Dogg)

    [Snoop]
    Still Snoop Dogg and D-R-E (Guess who's back)
    Still, still doing that shit, huh Dre?
    Oh for sure, check me out

    [Dr. Dre]
    It's still Dre Day nigga, A.K. nigga
    Before I chrome the lot, can't keep it home a lot
    'cause when I frequent the spots that I'm known to rock
    You hear the bass from the trunk when I'm on the block
    Ladies, they pay homage, but haters say Dre fell off
    How nigga My last album was The Chronic
    They want to know if he still got it
    They say rap's changed, they want to know how I feel about it

    [Snoop - singing]
    If you ain't up on pace

    [Dr. Dre]
    Dr. Dre is the name, I'm ahead of my game
    Still, puffing my leafs, still fuck with the beats
    Still not loving police (Uh huh)
    Still rock my khakis with a cuff and a crease
    Still got love for the streets, repping 213
    Still the beat bangs, still doing my thang
    Since I left, ain't too much changed, still

    [Chorus:]
    [Snoop Dogg]
    I'm representing for the gangsters all across the world
    Still hitting them corners in them low low's girl
    [Dr. Dre]
    Still taking my time to perfect the beat
    And I still got love for the streets, it's the D-R-E [Repeat 2x]

    Since the last time you heard from me I lost some friends
    Well, hell, me and Snoop, we dipping again
    Kept my ear to the streets, signed Eminem
    He's triple platinum, doing 50 a week
    Still, I stay close to the heat
    And even when I was close to defeat, I rose to my feet
    My life's like a soundtrack I wrote to the beat
    Treat rap like Cali weed, I smoke till I sleep
    Wake up in the A.M., compose a beat
    I bring the fire till you're soaking in your seat
    It's not a fluke, it's been tried, I'm the troop
    It's Turn Out the Lights from the World Class Wreckin' Cru
    I'm still at it, After-mathematics
    In the home of drive-by's and ak-matics
    Swap meets, sticky green, and bad traffic
    I dip through then I get skin, D-R-E

    [Chorus]

    It ain't nothing but more hot shit
    Another classic CD for y'all to vibe with
    Whether you're cooling on a corner with your fly bitch
    Laid back in the shack, play this track
    I'm representing for the gangsters all across the world
    (Still hitting them corners in them low low's girl)
    I'll break your neck, damn near put your face in your lap
    Niggas try to be the king but the ace is back

    [Snoop - singing]
    So if you ain't up on thangs

    [Dr. Dre]
    Dr. Dre be the name still running the game
    Still got it wrapped like a mummy
    Still ain't tripping, love to see young blacks get money
    Spend time out the hood, take they moms out the hood
    Hit my boys off with jobs, no more living hard
    Barbeques every day, driving fancy cars
    Still gonna get mine regardless

    [Chorus x1.5]

    [Snoop]
    Right back up in ya motherfucking ass
    '95 plus four pennies
    Add that shit up, D-R-E right back on top of thangs
    Smoke some with your dog
    No stress, no seeds, no stems, no sticks!
    Some of that real sticky icky icky
    Ooo Wee, put it in the air
    For you's a fool D.R.

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    Ice Cube & Dr. Dre - 3 Kings ft. The Game

    3:30

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    Ice Cube and Dr. Dre - 3 Kings ft. The Game

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    Dr. Dre ft Eminem & Xzibit - Whats the Difference

    4:05

    Whats the difference between me and you

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    Eminem - Bitch Please II

    4:51

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    Dr. Dre - I Need A Doctor

    5:09

    Original Music Video (Without subtitles) :

    No Copy Right Infringement Intended. Video belongs to its producer... I just made the subtitles so that one can follow the music with them :) enjoy this master peace ;)

    Lyrics as on azlyrics.com

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    Dr. Dre - Been There Done That

    6:20

    Get COMPTON the NEW ALBUM from Dr. Dre on Apple Music:

    Music video by Dr. Dre performing Been There Done That. (C) 1996 Interscope Records

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    Dr. Dre - Smokin Weed For HoursMy Life OG

    3:39

    During the reign of Death Row in the mid 90s, Dr. Dre was working on a second album. Although, it was thought never to have materialized due to issues within Death Row. Rumors stating that this song was meant to be on Detox, are definitely not true. This song could have been a classic. This song may not have been finished. On the second verse there is a short couple lines by the raspy D.O.C.

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    Fuck You - dr. dre 2001

    3:36

    fuck you - dr. dre 2001 feat. devin the dude and snoop dogg. the real song!!! IcedTea543 the chronic

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    Dr.Dre - The Dr Dre Tape VOl.02

    57:17

    ✘ WHAT IS THIS ?

    The purpose of this channel is to stream instrumental music and pay homage to some of the most remarkable producers and emcees that helped building this culture. We do not own the rights to the music You are listening to, if you wish to enjoy some of these tracks in better quality use iTunes, Bandcamp, or google to purchase an original copy !

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    03. New Day (Co-Produced with Swizz and Alicia Keys)
    04. Dope
    05. The Message (Produced by Lord Finesse)
    06. Lookin At You
    07. U Better Recognize (Produced by Sam Sneed)
    08. Bitch Please
    09. In The Ghetto (Co-Produced With Dj Green Latern)
    10. Outta Control (Co-Produced with Mike Elizondo )
    11. Boss Life
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    Dr. Dre - Ring Ding Dong

    5:13

    Dr. Dre - Ring Ding Dong (Keep Their Heads Ringin')

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    2Pac Ft. Dr. Dre & Roger Troutman - California Love Remix

    7:13

    It's still hard to believe Tupac Shakur is gone. Millions of fans still mourn his death. Generally considered to be the best rapper to ever pick up a mic, he was in his prime when his life was cut short 17 years ago today.

    Tupac was not just a rapper. He was also a poet, an actor and at times an activist. His role as Bishop in Juice helped to catapult him towards superstar status.

    He also appeared in the films Gang Related, Gridlock'd, Above the Rim and alongside Janet Jackson in Poetic Justice.

    Tupac was a workaholic in the studio. When he died he left behind enough material for seven posthumous albums including the classic, The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory, which he recorded in just seven days.

    Other notable releases include the 9x platinum All Eyez On Me, Me Against the World, 2Pacalypse Now and Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.. To date Pac has sold over 75 million records worldwide.

    Tupac was able to walk that fine line between being a gangster rapper and gentleman. He recorded songs uplifting women such as Keep Your Head Up, as well as hard hitting tracks like Hit 'Em Up during his career. He rapped from the heart and listeners couldn't help but hang on his every word..

    Quite simply, he was a genius. The world misses you Tupac. May you rest in peace.

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    Dr. Dre ft. Ice Cube - Natural Born Killaz HD

    6:32

    Dr. Dre ft. Ice Cube - Natural Born Killaz (Dirty) (Official Video) HD
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    Dr.Dre Tell How He Discovered Eminem In The Defiant Ones

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    Dr. Dre & Ice Cube - Nothing To It ft. MC Ren

    3:35

    Buy Ice Cube's long awaited album ''Everythang's Corrupt'' here:

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    Kendrick Lamar-Compton

    4:09

    Now everybody serenade the new faith of Kendrick Lamar
    This is king Kendrick Lamar
    King Kendrick and I meant it, my point intended is raw
    Fix your lenses forensics would've told you Kendrick had killed it
    Pretend it's a massacre and the masses upon us
    And I mastered being the master and dodging your honor
    And the chapter that read at 25 I would live dormant like 5 in the morning
    Then ring your spot while Kendrick's performing
    And if they take everything, know I got

    [Hook]
    Compton, Compton, ain't no city quite like mine

    (Ay, Dre what's happenin' wit' it my nigga!)

    [Verse 2: Dre]
    Still I'm at it, peel the plastic off it, you can feel the magic
    Still I'm laughing at the critics talking, I can see 'em gagging
    When I'm back in the back of my city, back in the back
    With a batch of them bangin' Dre Beats with me, look where I'm at
    It's the murder cap' and I'm captain at birth of this gangsta rap
    It's a wrap when I'm done and I come a long way from a hundred dollars a month
    To a hundred mil' in a day, bitch I'm from

    [Hook]

    [Verse 3: Kendrick]
    So come and visit the tire screeching, ambulance, policeman
    Won't you spend a weekend on Rosecrans nigga
    Khaki creasing, crime increasing on Rosecrans nigga
    Kendrick Conan nigga
    Where you sword at, hand on the cross and swore that
    I do it big as Rasputia for them shooters Kama Sutra scream fuck your position and make you hold that
    I'm trying to stay grounded like four flats
    But I know flats and Piru Crip tats

    Will swarm on me like a beehive
    Hop in the G ride
    From the West to the East side
    Know that's just how Compton roll

    [Verse 4: Dre (and Kendrick)]
    And that's a given
    I pass the blunt then pass the torch of course that's my decision
    I crash the Porsche then you report that you see me in Benzes
    I must report that we import the narcotics you bought it
    (Then talked about it when crack hit the speakers, the music business
    I blow up every time we throw up a record
    Depending on what you expecting, I'm sure it's bigger than your religion
    Perfected by niggas that manifested music to live in)

    [Hook]

    [Verse 5: Dre]
    So tell that gangster throw his set high
    Roll it up in a blunt, I'mma take you on the next high
    I did exactly what I wanted that's what made them checks fly
    In my direction, you never questioned when I said I
    Would be a mogul before I visit 2Pac and Left-eye
    Eazy and Aaliyah when I see you we gon' test drive
    A Lambo in heaven but for now I'm on the redeye
    Flying back to my city cuz I'll forever standby

    [Hook]

    [Verse 6: Kendrick]
    Now we can all celebrate
    We can all harvest the rap artists of NWA
    America target our rap market, it's controversy and hate
    Harsh realities we in made our music translate
    To the coke dealers, the hood rich, and the broke niggas that play
    With them gorillas that know killers that know where you stay
    Roll that kush, crack that case, ten bottles of rozay
    This was brought to you by Dre
    Now every motherfucker in here say:
    Look who's responsible for taking Compton international
    I make 'em holla

    [Outro]
    Ain't no city quite like mine, yeah
    In the city of Compton
    Ain't no city quite like mine

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    Dr. Dre - Dretox 2005

    51:33

    Dr. Dre - Dretox (Full Mixtape)

    Tracklist
    Dr. Dre - Intro
    Dr. Dre - Hard Liquor ft. The Game
    Dr. Dre -We Up To No Good ft. Busta Rhymes
    Dr. Dre - The Way We Came Up ft. 50 Cent , Stat Quo, Obie Trice
    Dr. Dre - After U Die ft. Rakim
    Dr. Dre - My Life
    Dr. Dre - Every Dogg Has His Day ft. Snoop Dogg , Kurupt
    Dr. Dre - Get You Money Right-ft. Jay-Z , The Game
    Dr. Dre - Its You I Adore ft. Snoop Dogg
    Dr. Dre - Die Muthafucka Die
    Dr. Dre - Leave It Alone ft. Nate Dogg
    Dr. Dre - Here We Go Again ft The Game
    Dr. Dre - Show Some Luv ft. Lloyd Banks
    Dr. Dre - O.G. 2 B.G.
    Dr. Dre - There They Go ft. Snoop Dogg Nate Dogg Melloe Won

    Dr. Dre - Dretox (Full Mixtape)

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    Dr Dre Feat Kurupt, RBX, The Lady Of Rage & Snoop Doggy Dogg- Stranded On Death Row

    4:48

    Dr Dre Feat Kurupt, RBX, The Lady Of Rage & Snoop Doggy Dogg- Stranded On Death Row. The Chronic: Re-Lit & From The Vault

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    Dr Dre - Keep Their Heads Ringin HD

    5:07

    LYRICS:

    [Intro: Dr. Dre]
    Yeah, what up, this is Dr. Dre
    The party's goin' on
    Thank God it's Friday

    (Buck buck buck buck booyakasha!)

    [Hook: Dr. Dre]
    Keep their heads ringin'!
    (Ring ding dong
    Ring-a-ding ding ding dong)

    [Verse 1: Dr. Dre]
    (Hey you! Sittin over there)
    Say what?
    (You better get up out of your chair)
    That's right
    (And work your body down)
    Yeah
    (No time to funk around, cause we gon')
    Funk you right on up
    So get up: get a move on and get your groove on
    It's the D-R-E the spectacular
    In a party I go for your neck, so call me Blacula
    As I drain a nigga's jugular vein
    And maintain to leave blood stains, so don't complain
    Just chill! Listen to the beats I spill
    Keeping it real enables me to make another mil'
    Still, niggas run up and try to kill at will
    But get popped like a pimple: so call me Clearasil
    I wipe niggas off the face of the Earth since birth
    I've been a bad nigga. Now let me tell you what I'm worth
    More than a Stealth bomber, I cause drama
    The enforcer, music floats like a flying saucer
    Or a 747 jet, never forget
    I'm that nigga that keeps the hoes panties wet
    The mic gets smoked once you hear the beat kick
    With grooves so funky, they come with a Speed Stick
    So check the flavor that I'm bringin'
    The motherfuckin' D-R-E will keep they motherfuckin' heads ringin'

    [Hook]

    [Verse 2]
    1, 2 for the crew, 3, 4 for the dough
    5 for the hoes (hoes!) 6, 7, 8 for Death Row
    Mad niggas about to feel the full effect of intellect
    So I can collect respect - plus a check
    Now I fin' to get into my mental
    Will take care of this business I need to attend to cause my rent's due
    And this rap shit's my meal ticket
    So you god damn right: I'm gonna kick it or get evicted
    I bring terror like Stephen King
    A black Casanova, running niggas over like Christine
    When I rock the spot with the flavor I got
    I get plenty of ass, so call me an ass-tronaut
    As I blast past another nigga's ass that thought he was strong
    But I smoke him like grass, just like Cheech and Chong
    When I flow, niggas know it's time to take a hike
    Cause I grab the mic and flip my tongue like a dyke
    I got rhymes to keep you enchanted
    Produce a smokescreen with the funky green to keep your eyes slanted
    So check the flavor that I'm bringin'
    The motherfuckin' D-R-E will keep they motherfuckin' heads ringin'

    [Hook]

    [Verse 3]
    Debonair with flair, I scare wear and tear
    Without a care, running shit as if I was a mayor
    But I ain't no politician, no competition
    Sending all opposition to see a mortician
    I'm up front, never in the backdrop
    Step on stage and get faded just like a flat-top
    Your rhyme sounds like you bought em at Stop 'n Go
    Dre came to wax you, so just call me Mop 'n Glow
    Many tried to, but just can't rock with
    I'm 6-1, 225: pure chocolate
    Your chances of jacking me are slim G
    Cause I rock from summer until Santa comes down the chimney
    Ho ho ho, and so, as I continue to flow
    Cause yo, I'm just a fly negro
    So, check the flavor that I'm bringin'
    The motherfuckin' D-R-E will keep they motherfuckin' heads ringin'

    [Outro]
    I know you're bobbin your head. Cause I can see you
    You can't see me!
    Death Row, let me know you in the house (Beyotch!)

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    2Pac ft. Dr. Dre - California Love

    6:52

    This version first appeared on the 1996 single: California Love

    Tupac Amaru Shakur born Lesane Parish Crooks; June 16, 1971 – September 13, 1996), also known by his stage names 2Pac, Makaveli, and Pac, was an American rapper and actor. As of 2007, Shakur has sold over 75 million records worldwide. His double disc albums All Eyez on Me (1996) and his Greatest Hits (1998) are among the best-selling albums in the United States. Shakur is consistently ranked as one of the greatest and most influential rappers of all time, and he has been listed and ranked as one of the greatest artists of any genre by many publications, including Rolling Stone, which ranked him 86th on its list of The 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. On April 7, 2017, Shakur was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

    Shakur began his career as a roadie, backup dancer, and MC for the alternative hip hop group Digital Underground, eventually branching off as a solo artist. Most of the themes in Shakur's songs revolved around the violence and hardship in inner cities, racism, and other social problems. Both of his parents and several other people in his family were members of the Black Panther Party, whose ideals were reflected in his songs. During the latter part of his career, Shakur was a vocal participant during the East Coast–West Coast hip hop rivalry, becoming involved in conflicts with other rappers, producers, and record-label staff members, most notably The Notorious B.I.G. and the label Bad Boy Records. Apart from his career in music, Shakur was also an actor, starring in various films and TV programs in the 1990s, including Poetic Justice (1993), Gang Related (1997) and Gridlock'd (1997).

    On September 7, 1996, Shakur was shot in a drive-by shooting at the intersection of Flamingo Road and Koval Lane in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was taken to the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, where he died from his injuries six days later.


    Although Shakur began recording in 1987, his professional entertainment career did not take off until the early 1990s when he debuted in Digital Underground's Same Song from the soundtrack to the 1991 film Nothing but Trouble, and also appeared with the group in the film. The song was later released as the lead song of the Digital Underground extended play (EP) This Is an EP Release, the follow-up to their debut hit album Sex Packets. Shakur appeared in the accompanying music video. After his rap debut, he performed with Digital Underground again on the album Sons of the P. Shakur went on to feature Shock G and Money-B from Digital Underground in his track I Get Around, which ranked #11 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.

    In November 1991, Shakur released his debut solo album, 2Pacalypse Now. Though the album did not generate any Top Ten hits, 2Pacalypse Now is hailed by many critics and fans for its underground feel, with many rappers such as Nas, Eminem, Game, and Talib Kweli having pointed to it as inspiration. Although the album was originally released on Interscope Records, the rights to its distribution are now owned by Amaru Entertainment, the label owned by Shakur's mother. The album's name is a reference to the 1979 film Apocalypse Now.

    2Pacalypse Now generated significant controversy for numerous reasons. The songs Trapped and Brenda's Got a Baby were widely noted for their poetic qualities but also offered strong critiques of unjust social policies. Dan Quayle criticized the album after a Texas youth's defense attorney claimed he was influenced by 2Pacalypse Now and its theme of police brutality before shooting a state trooper. Quayle said, There's no reason for a record like this to be released. It has no place in our society. Shakur stated that he felt he had been misunderstood. He said, I started out saying I was down for the young black male, you know, and that was gonna be my thang, Shakur said. I just wanted to rap about things that affected young black males. When I said that, I didn't know that I was gonna tie myself down to just take all the blunts and hits for all the young black males, to be the media's kicking post for young black males.

    His second studio album, Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z..., was released in February 1993. The album did better than its predecessor both critically and commercially, debuting at number 24 on the Billboard 200. The album contains many tracks emphasizing Shakur's political and social views, and there are noticeable differences in production from his first effort. While 2Pacalypse Now had an indie-rap-oriented sound, Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z... is generally considered Shakur's breakout album. It spawned the hits Keep Ya Head Up and I Get Around and reached platinum status. On vinyl, Side A (tracks 1–8) was labeled the Black Side and Side B (tracks 9–16) the Dark Side. It is Shakur's tenth-biggest selling album, with 1,366,000 units moved as of 2004.

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    Dr. Dre - Bang Bang HD

    3:44

    Dr. Dre - Bang Bang



























    I don't own any rights to any and all materials used in this video.

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    Dr.Dre - Fuck You

    3:32

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    Bad Intentions by Dr. Dre ft. Knocturnal | Interscope

    4:57

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    Doggisodes Ep. 13 - Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre at the Awards

    11:49

    Check out Dr. Dre and Snoop as they make their way through Singapore.
    Mac and Devin go to High School Official Soundtrack in stores now!!

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    Nas, AZ, Nature & Dr. Dre - Phone Tap Uncut

    5:21

    The Firm = Nas, AZ, Foxy Brown, Nature, Dr. Dre & Previously Cormega. From 1997 Album: The Album.....

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    The Firm's origins lie in the recording of Nas' studio album It Was Written (1996), which included a collaboration on the song Affirmative Action with East Coast-based rappers Nas, Foxy Brown, AZ. The supergroup was a project created by rapper Nas, his manager Steve Stoute, West Coast-based rapper and producer Dr. Dre, and production team the Trackmasters. The resulting line-up included Nas, Brown, AZ and rapper Nature. Cormega had been ousted from the group and was replaced by Nature prior to recording The Firm's debut, due to artistic differences between him and Nas, as well as contract disagreements with Nas' manager Steve Stoute. Prior to their formation, the members were at transitional stages of their careers, as Nas had commercialized his musical style with his sophomore album, Foxy Brown had earned her first recording contract, AZ had gained critical acclaim for his 1995 his debut album Doe or Die (1995), and Cormega had chosen to continue his rapping career after his release from prison in 1995. The project also served as an attempt by Dr. Dre to focus on producing other artists work rather than his solo work, following his departure from Death Row Records and the formation of his Aftermath label, which the group was collectively signed to. After the announcement of the group's formation by Dr. Dre, all involved with the project hyped it heavily, creating considerable buzz.

    The group's only studio album, The Album (1997) was a concept album that revolved around mafioso rap-themes, and featured notable production work from Dr. Dre and the Trackmasters. While anticipated with much hype, The Album received generally negative reviews and generated disappointing sales upon its release. It later earned platinum status. Despite the group's excessive hype and its mainstream musical approach, The Firm did not meet the expectations of fans who were introduced to the group via It Was Written, and The Album was heavily dismissed by fans and music writers for its focus on a more mainstream, R&B and pop-orientation, rather than the members' previous styles. Nas particularly was believed by fans and critics to have abandoned his roots in favor of seeking pop stardom.

    The Firm disbanded the following year and its members continued their solo careers. Nas's and Dr. Dre's participation in the group furthered speculation by fans and critics that the two artists were losing their creativity and appeal. Their work during this period has since been considered the weakest and least successful of their careers. The replacing of Cormega with rapper Nature strained his friendship with Nas. Cormega, who continued to resent being ousted from the group, released the white label Fuck Nas & Nature, circulating it through the mixtape market. Nature retaliated through a verse contribution on a DJ Clue mixtape, after which, the two ended their beef. After a short-lived truce, Nas attacked Cormega on the diss track Destroy & Rebuild from his fifth studio album Stillmatic (2001). In December 2006, Cormega, Foxy Brown and Nas reunited to perform Affirmative Action live on-stage, ending the beef between Cormega and Nas. A reunion was not confirmed.

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