Dr. Dre Says He's taking a break from the studio

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 11-14-2011, 06:59 PM         #21
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Dr. Dre's best move was signing Eminem. He struck oil when he did that.
 11-14-2011, 06:59 PM         #22
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I'm starting to think Detox was just the codename for the Beats Headphones and that's what he was putting together in the lab all these years...
 6 years ago '04        #23
GollyI'mGully 69 heat pts69
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you certainly can't say dre hasn't earned this break

 6 years ago '05        #24
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 Affectz said:
This is a old article from 2000 bro
Really, you mean its not from this interview from November 2nd 2011?

 6 years ago '09        #25
Marwan 15 heat pts15 OP
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 SM said:
repost
you just mad cuz my thread got more posts than you...

























simple minded a.ss n*gga
 11-14-2011, 07:07 PM         #26
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Let's put this in perspective..

The Chronic 2001 dropped in 1999..

Detox was supposed to contain 12 tracks..

We're in 2011.. Dre couldn't even finish 1 album worthy track a year?!
 6 years ago '10        #27
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fu*king f*ggot dre
 11-14-2011, 07:21 PM         #28
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 karr153 said:


It takes this n*gga 3 years to do one song




Dre was happy when he found eminem he knew he never had to work again
 11-14-2011, 07:24 PM         #29
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 karr153 said:


Wowwwwwwww, LMAOOOOOOOO x 100

2Pac >>>>>>>>>>>>

Pac's Realness >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

He kept it so 100 in that interview


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 11-14-2011, 07:25 PM         #30
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 Ant McQueen said:
Making beats doesn't equate to producing.
This.
 6 years ago '04        #31
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 fataldawg said:
Yea cause Kendrick Lamar was around in 2000.
clearly ya'll aren't familiar with the term sarcasm
 6 years ago '05        #32
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 refuze said:
clearly ya'll aren't familiar with the term sarcasm

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 6 years ago '04        #33
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 Ant McQueen said:
Making beats doesn't equate to producing.
No one is taking credit away from Dre for being a great producer. Dre is talented in his own way but it's really hard to respect someone who doesn't write his own lyrics or doesn't create his own beats.

This man co-produced 4/16 tracks on Get Rich or Die Trying. He co-produced 6 tracks on MMLP. And he only produced 2 tracks on The Eminem Show. Even Eminem was outdoing him on beats after a couple years

If you look at the credits for the majority of Aftermath albums, Dr. Dre is a CO-PRODUCER. Everyone has a preconceived notion that it's him just making the beats.




^ Look up those n*ggas. Barely anyone knows who they are but yet they were integral in the production for some of the label's biggest classic albums.
 6 years ago '11        #34
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who even cares about this album anymore?

 6 years ago '06        #35
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 MasterMind715 said:
It takes this n*gga 3 years to do one song




Dre was happy when he found eminem he knew he never had to work again
black man made whitey into his slave
 6 years ago '04        #36
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yeah right.

making music is an addiction for dre. he will more than likely die in the studio.
 6 years ago '07        #37
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the weirdest human being to ever walk on planet earth
 6 years ago '10        #38
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 refuze said:
No one is taking credit away from Dre for being a great producer. Dre is talented in his own way but it's really hard to respect someone who doesn't write his own lyrics or doesn't create his own beats.

This man co-produced 4/16 tracks on Get Rich or Die Trying. He co-produced 6 tracks on MMLP. And he only produced 2 tracks on The Eminem Show. Even Eminem was outdoing him on beats after a couple years

If you look at the credits for the majority of Aftermath albums, Dr. Dre is a CO-PRODUCER. Everyone has a preconceived notion that it's him just making the beats.




^ Look up those n*ggas. Barely anyone knows who they are but yet they were integral in the production for some of the label's biggest classic albums.
Anybody who's really a fan of this sh*t and/or buys albums (and reads the booklets) knows who they are. It's not like Dre tries to hide it. All of those guys have been credited. Everyone from Mike Elizondo, Mel-Man, Scott Storch, Daz, etc. They've all been credited so if anybody just a.ssumes that Dre is responsible for all of the beats then that's on them. The information is right there in front of their faces. Check the credits.

Another thing that people need to understand is what a producer's role is. A producer doesn't have to touch a single instrument or piece of gear in order to do his/her job. The producer oversees the project at hand. Provides direction for the artists, musicians, engineers, etc. From what I've read and seen in interviews.. Dre is very hands on with the creation of the song. Not just the beat, but the entire song. He'll tell the bassist.. " play this.. ok.. I like that. " He'll tell the artist.. " say this like this.. cross that line out it doesn't fit.. " So on and so forth.

He's a coach.. a damn good one at that. In Hip Hop, we hear the word producer and automatically think of a beatmaker. But every " beatmaker " isn't a " producer " and every " producer " isn't a " beatmaker ". Like I said before.. Dre is a great coach and he shouldn't be scrutinized (as a producer) because he doesn't make every beat. That's like belittling Phil Jackson because he's not out there scoring points and setting screens.
 6 years ago '10        #39
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I'd also like to say.. just because he hasn't released tons of music that doesn't mean that he's not in the studio creating. We only hear what's presented to us.
 6 years ago '04        #40
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 Ant McQueen said:
Anybody who's really a fan of this sh*t and/or buys albums (and reads the booklets) knows who they are. It's not like Dre tries to hide it. All of those guys have been credited. Everyone from Mike Elizondo, Mel-Man, Scott Storch, Daz, etc. They've all been credited so if anybody just a.ssumes that Dre is responsible for all of the beats then that's on them. The information is right there in front of their faces. Check the credits.

Another thing that people need to understand is what a producer's role is. A producer doesn't have to touch a single instrument or piece of gear in order to do his/her job. The producer oversees the project at hand. Provides direction for the artists, musicians, engineers, etc. From what I've read and seen in interviews.. Dre is very hands on with the creation of the song. Not just the beat, but the entire song. He'll tell the bassist.. " play this.. ok.. I like that. " He'll tell the artist.. " say this like this.. cross that line out it doesn't fit.. " So on and so forth.

He's a coach.. a damn good one at that. In Hip Hop, we hear the word producer and automatically think of a beatmaker. But every " beatmaker " isn't a " producer " and every " producer " isn't a " beatmaker ". Like I said before.. Dre is a great coach and he shouldn't be scrutinized (as a producer) because he doesn't make every beat. That's like belittling Phil Jackson because he's not out there scoring points and setting screens.
Right. I never said Dre wasn't a great producer. I think that people just give him more than what he really deserves.
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