Tag: Dr. Dre
From the desk of Shadowkat Nightson:
Anybody who knows my history knows that my primary musical influences are Quincy Jones & Dr. Dre. When I found out that Complex executed one of their “best of” articles for Aftermath‘s resident surgeon general, I had to check it out. I encourage you to take some time & review it for yourself. There are some other beats that I would have included in this list; but, all in all, this is a great list. Enjoy.
Click HERE to review the list.
Is Compton in the house? Without a doubt! Check out the latest offering from Kendrick Lamar’s Aftermath debut “good kid, m.A.A.d city” which drops on October 22nd. Produced by Just Blaze.
It’s a Likwit Crew reunion on Xzibit‘s new album “NAPALM” which drops on October 9th. Produced by Dr. Dre. Let it bang.
The new single from 50‘s forthcoming album “STREET KING IMMORTAL”. Produced by Swizz Beatz & Dr. Dre and mixed by Eminem.
Yes. THIS. Ricky‘s “GOD FORGIVES, I DON’T” drops on July 31st. Let. It. BANG. Produced by Jake One.
MTV spoke with Nick Smith from AV Concepts on the creation of this incredible hologram:
“We worked with Dr. Dre on this and it was Dre‘s vision to bring this back to life,” said Smith, president of AV Concepts, the San Diego company that projected and staged the hologram. “It was his idea from the very beginning and we worked with him and his camp to utilize the technology to make it come to life.”
For more information on this process, read the rest of the interview at MTV by clicking HERE.
BONUS: The 2Pac hologram already has a Twitter page.
Watch. This. Video after the jump. #thatisall
Produced by Scoope DeVille. Yeah. You already know what this is… #AFTERMATHEMATICS
Check out this footage of Dr. Dre at the grand opening of the Beats By Dre pop-up store in SoHo. Video after the jump.
Dr. Dre‘s latest Aftermath weapon, Slim The Mobster, delivers a free street album hosted by DJ Whoo Kid. Feel free to stream the album after the jump or download it for your own enjoyment. #GO