I was born in ’89 so I wasn’t a big fan of the whole N.W.A. movement, even though it is a key part of the foundation that hip hop has laid globally. I just couldn’t get with the wave. With that being said, my favorite records by Dr. Dre are from the Death Row / Aftermath era ya dig. Here we go.
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Still D.R.E. Snoop & Dre have always been a good team. Snoop be laid back and Dre be amped up spittin’ that ish.
Nuthin’ But A G Thang. Another gutta collab with the big homie Snoop. This actually is the record that really got me hip to Snoop Dogg in the 90’s.
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Forgot About Dre. Eminem & Dre pulled this one off. I still remember when this song came out on the Chronic 2001. I think I bought the CD at Target and my mom hated it because it was explicit. Thanks mom.
The Next Episode. I just like this record ’cause it beat hard. On top of that it got bounce to it. RIP Nate Dogg.
California Love. 2 Pac & Dre did they thing on this one. This is one of those West Coast anthems that will never get old. Ever. And the video, is futuristic funky. “Out on bail, fresh out of jail. California dreamin.” – 2Pac
Ya’ll feeling these Dre records or naw DFW?
-Farlin Ave (@farlinave)
The Life & Times Of Dr. Dre
1. A World Class StartSource:Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images 1 of 10
2. Attitude Is EverythingSource:Al Pereira/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images 2 of 10
3. A Ruthless ProducerSource:Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc/Getty Images 3 of 10
4. Life On Death RowSource:Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic/Getty Images 4 of 10
5. A Chronic HitSource:Ron Galella/WireImage/Getty Images 5 of 10
6. Starting Over In The AftermathSource:Denise Truscello/WireImage/Getty Images 6 of 10
7. Discovering Slim ShadySource:Ke.Mazur/WireImage/Getty Images 7 of 10
8. Billion-Dollar BuyoutSource:C Flanigan/Getty Images 8 of 10
9. 2001: A West Coast OdysseySource:Mike Coppola/Getty Images 9 of 10
10. Coming Back To ComptonSource:Michael Tran/FilmMagic/Getty Images 10 of 10