To be quite frank, nobody cares if the Dips make new music. Their window of opportunity as a collective has probably closed as they’ve been surpassed by the next batch of trendsetting rappers with “movements” and any output won’t compare to what they made together during their peak. Still, it’s good to see brothers who had bonds deeper than rap work through and settle their differences, especially after their very public falling out.
But seeing Dre in the studio working with the Dips? That’s the equivalent of catching the Loch Ness Monster laying it down with Hatfield & McCoy’s grandchildren. The good thing about the camera being there along with the fact that all of the Dips are rather boisterous guys means that we might actually get to hear whatever music was made during this session.