Listen to Dr. Dre’s booth evolution with TIDAL’s playlists
In anticipation for this Sunday’s early release of The Chronic on TIDAL, capture the era that birthed gangsta rap, and listen to Dr. Dre’s booth evolution with TIDAL’s playlists:
- Dr. Dre Essentials – Dr. Dre cut his teeth as a producer for World-Class Wreckin’ Cru before joining the Compton rap crew N.W.A (Niggaz Wit Attitude)—responsible for the controversial 1988 hit “F–k Tha Police.” Dre then pioneered the sound of West Coast G-funk. Revisit the hip-hop mogul’s contributions to the rap game.
- Death Row Records Classics – Founded in 1991 by Dr. Dre and Suge Knight, Death Row Records is known for working with rap legends Tupac, Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, and more.
- Guest Verses: Dr. Dre – Hip hop’s finest behind the boards also grips the mic and excellently assists when the moment calls.
- Sampling: Dr. Dre – Dr. Dre’s sample list is as long as his production credits. Dre’s keen ear for music and deep crates not only defined a specific sound, it paved the way for an entire generation. Listen to these Dre-sampled classics.
Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
On Sunday, April 19th at 12am ET, fans can stream the 1992 G-Funk album in advance at TIDAL.com/DrDre
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