It's official, The Doctor is back with a masterful body of work, dedicated to the people of the city where he came from: Compton. This is Dre's first new album since 2001. The album features guest appearances from Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, The Game, Ice Cube, Xzibit among others.
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After the messy dissolution of Death Row Records, Dr. Dre found himself adrift in an unfamiliar world. By the mid '90s, the once formidable west coast hip-hop scene was fragmented and weakened by years of overindulgence. By the time 2001 emerged at the beginning of the new millennium, many still doubted that Dre was capable of creating anything that could rival the sheer majesty of his work with Death Row. The brashly titled and unapologetically confrontational 2001 laid those doubts to rest with a series of radio-ready singles that blended the crisp G-Funk of Dre's past with a newfound sense of symphonic grandeur. The real gems here are a series of guest-laden album cuts—like “The Next Episode”—that find a veritable who’s who of Los Angeles rap royalty spitting fire over some of Dre’s sparest, fiercest beats. The Chronic 2001 is the equal of its illustrious predecessor in almost every respect; a hip-hop classic from one of the greatest producers to ever approach the boards.
Dre's first album in almost two decades, now available on CD.
The instrumentals to Dre's classic LP, 2001, are finally available on wax. Encased in a plain black sleeve with a 2001 sticker.
The original Chronic has stood the test of time since its original release in 1992 and is widely known in the urban community as one of the classic albums in hip hop.
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