It's a regal, horn-blasting track with a fire-and-brimstone dancehall sample and Dre doing a double-time that reminds me of T.I.
Eminem, Dre or Shady Records have yet to confirm the new album. Check it out below, via Miss Info.
A seasoned veteran and well-respected producer in the game, Dr. Dre really has nothing left to prove to anyone.
The imagery starts off with multiple artists from Stevie Nicks, to Will.i.Am, to Diddy, and more, and the intro alone will keep you enthralled before the screen titles even run. So this news from Hughes-whose previous credits include Menace II Society and From Hell-are the first mention of a potential Eminem album under some type of deadline requiring additional touches from Dr. Dre "in the 11th hour".
Dr Dre and Eminem are an iconic duo of the rap genre, and fans would surely love to see the two work together again.
"I've heard it all, you know what I'm saying?"
"I tell him straight up..." "Secondly, I want to remind you of a verse you did that made me want to quit rapping". And his observation that Dre still records every day matches similar statements from Bishop Lamont, Stat Quo and others. "Picture a flawless picture/picture me in a pimp hat/picture me starting s**t/picture me busting my gat".
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