Dr. Dre’s new album Compton is officially out today via Apple Music. Inspired by his work on Straight Outta Compton, the upcoming N.W.A. biopic, the album features Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Eminem, and more. Below you can stream the full album, again courtesy of Apple Music. This is Dre’s first album in over sixteen years. Looks as though Detox has been given the shelf treatment once more, which means Compton has some big shoes to fill. Stream Compton after the jump.
Fabolous can’t seem to escape the past. Throughout his career Fab has worked in references to the old school; sports, music, culture, video games, clothing, etc. You name it, Fab has somehow managed to squeeze it into his bars. His most recent project The Young OG Project in it of itself was riddled with nostalgia. So it only makes sense for the Brooklyn emcee to continue with this on his “B.A.S Freestyle.” In case you didn’t get the reference via the art above, it’s Fab going over Dr. Dre’s song “B***hes Ain’t Sh*t” from his 1992 debut album The Chronic. Check it out after the jump.
In the unlikely case that you forgot about Dre, his long-awaited, much-delayed Detox album isn’t happening after all. Or, at least under the codename Detox.
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Tens of thousands of UK fans got this gift last night. Eminem paused in the middle of an electric set to bring out his mentor Doctor Dre. Watch hip hop’s billionaire make the crowd explode. Video after the jump.
50 gives us a visual for his “Smoke” single featuring Trey Songz. Directed by Eif Rivera.
Eminem releases the official tracklisting for upcoming Marshall Mathers LP 2. Marshall looks to be keeping it relatively light with the guest spots on this one, with King Kendrick being the only rap feature on the project. Unlike most big-budget, stilted sequels, maybe this one won’t suck. Peep the full tracklist after the jump. Read More