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Dr. Dre: The Future of Hip-Hop (10+ Years Later…)

November 9, 2009


If you’ve about an hour to spare, take a glance at this interview with Dr. Dre, which was filmed in January of 1997 during the production of the film Rhyme & Reason.  Some of the covered topics include long term planning, artistic responsibility, critics, and his now over a decade old thoughts about the future of hip-hop.

[via StreetHop]

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Hinsane SwaggeR November 9, 2009 at 6:15 pm

oh how things change…

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Righteous Zane November 9, 2009 at 6:47 pm

Why is he breathing like he’s Darth Vador?

Good thing he found Eminem or this man would still be wearing that same Karl Kani mock turtle neck.

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kazilla November 9, 2009 at 7:46 pm

Righteous Zone has a point. What if Dre never found Eminem? There’s hasn’t been a new artist from Aftermath that has released. 50 Cent wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for Eminem. Anyway he still one of the greatest producers of all time to me.

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PorkyPrork November 9, 2009 at 9:07 pm

Its just a shame that Dre fell off … how nigga i still havent realeased the DETOX… thats how….

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John November 10, 2009 at 12:21 am

Dre would still be here regardless of Eminem. Talent is talent, period. Sure, he might not have been enjoying a lifetime of crazy royalties as is the case today, but let’s not forget that Dre is the most influential producer in hip-hop. And The Chronic and Doggystyle dropped when Eminem was still scraping for change for the bus.

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Digs November 10, 2009 at 9:11 am

Fat ass WORD!!
Cant understand these guys that say without eminem he would be nothing..
Like John said, talent is talent!
Doggystyle, NWA,The Chronic..and so on.
But even if a dude conquers the world, there will always be some soure grapes that be sayin;well if he dindt have this or that he wouldnt be..
If I were a sour grape, I would turn it around and say Eminem wouldnt be so well known without dre..

like my man Cartman once said…”How can I reach these kieds…”

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2Kool4Skool November 10, 2009 at 1:55 am

Dr Dre the best producer of our generation. Him and NWA were pioneers to gangsta rap and G-Funk. i mean a whole music sub-genre? thats legendary. if it werent for his beats on NWA shit there would have been no 2Pac, biggie 50 cent jadakiss etc. He made The Chronic, Doggystyle 2001 , Straight outta compton, all of Eminem LPs, birth superstars like EMinem 50 Cent and The Game. The man walking empire. While i agree his beats have not been up on par with some shit back in the day who knows wtf is going on in ENcore Studios? i mean he may be giving all these artists his throwaway beats. and keeping the craziest shit for Detox.

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bl December 13, 2009 at 12:55 pm

“If I were a sour grape, I would turn it around and say Eminem wouldnt be so well known without dre..”

So true there bro. u got a point..

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Bonuses July 16, 2013 at 11:52 pm

I every time emailed this website post page to all my contacts, because if like to read it after that my friends
will too.

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