Former Aftermath producer Dawaun Parker hits the Cosmic Zoo and discusses Dre’s much romanticized forthcoming album, Detox. Speaking on the archives of songs and beats waiting to be unearthed, he also goes into the actual title of the album, which may or may not be what you’re thinking.
Maybe with Dr. Dre’s sale of Beats Electronics to Apple, we may finally see a release date for his final album, Detox. Fans have been waiting for it for so long, that they’ve taken matters into their own hands. Yes, the innanet has decided that if Dre won’t finish Detox, then they will finish it [cont.]
This Parisian interviewer is beside himself with excitement in this interview with 50 Cent, about his line of SMS Headphones. While this awkward interview could have been edited down a bit, it does have some key reveals. Fif mentions that the Street King Immortal has been pushed back again from it’s release date of Nov. [cont.]
Jake One sits down with HipHopSite.Com to speak on his just released LP with Brother Ali, Mourning In America & Dreaming In Color, working with Dr. Dre on Detox, Freeway’s next album, working with MF Doom, and much more. HipHopSite.Com: First off, what are you using to produce? Jake One: Pretty much, the foundation of [cont.]
This may just be a ploy to drum up hype for Detox. Let’s hope.
Game delivers an alternate remix to Dre and Snoop’s Detox banger. LISTEN: Game – “Kush (Lost Verse)”
Interscope’s after-party for the Grammy’s saw a performance of “Kush” with Dre and Snoop reuniting on stage. Expect a release date for Detox any day now.
In a recent interview with Conspiracy Worldwide Radio, Nottz opened up about his work with Dr. Dre on Detox. He speaks of a previously “finished” shelved version of the album, as well as in depth descriptions of songs recorded with Jake One, Busta Rhymes, and Game. Eight minutes of detail heavy info in the clip [cont.]
Kendrick gives his account on what it’s like to work with the good DR. and how he found out the Dre wanted to work with him. Nick Huff Barili also asks Kendrick if he is going to sign to Aftermath and if he has any concerns about not being able to release his albums through [cont.]
We’re finally getting somewhere with Detox‘s release date, as a tentative date of February 2011 has been announced, NME reports. January is usually a dry month for new releases, and the 2010 year end is always cluttered with big name projects, so it’s highly likely that Dre will stick to the mellow late winter release [cont.]
Damn, The Real kinda got in Dre’s ass on this one, no homo.
Here we are on the (supposed) eve of the release of Dr. Dre’s first single from his third and apparent final album, Detox, aptly titled “Under Pressure”, a collaborative track with Jay-Z. The internet has been ablaze the last few weeks with talk of the single, with everyone wondering what exactly it will sound like. [cont.]
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