The myth continues to grow.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Beats by Dr. Dre unshackles a three minute director’s cut of their original spot featuring Dre and Kendrick.
Stop what you're doing and watch this Beats By Dre commercial with Kendrick Lamar rapping over a Doc Dre beat.
Dr. Dre has a lot of f*cking nerve.
Yeah, it's another Detox-related post but this one is coming straight from the Doberman's mouth. Nobody was believing that ying-yang Swizz was poppin' the other day and Snoop Dogg went to England to set the record straight with Tim Westwood about his original mentor's much-maligned album.
MTV: "It's just been a great experience for me, whether they go on the album, whether they don't go on the album," Swizz said of his time spent in the studio with Dre and the songs they've recorded.
There's only a handful of reasons why Just Blaze would be hanging out with Dr. Dre in Twenty Eleven, and outside of spotting his bench presses and button mashing on the PS3, the logical guess would be something Detox-related. And since Justo finally made good on his never ending promise in releasing a mythical album, The Good Doc figured he'd stake a piece of claim in buying the Brooklyn Bridge and announce a date for his 3 ½ studio release.
Could Dre, Jimmy Iovine and Interscope finally decide to put Detox on store shelves in 2011? The odds are improving since "Kush" has been fairly well-received - or at least not panned like other leaks - and branded as an official single.
Who needs Detox when you have...Botox®? That was a lil joke, ha ha. Speaking of which, according to the XXL cover, it seems like Kanye West got another one of those ratings only reserved for his albums.
Okay, now that Jay Electronica is out from hiding, Eminem & Royce are recording towards their album again, I guess the moons have aligned for Dr.
Rap-Up: "When asked at Wednesday’s Beats by Dr.
Deelishis Brett Favre Will Not Play In 2010* [With Leather] Drinking Freedom: 5 Bourbons You Should Try Now [Complex] My Bologna Has a First Name, It's C-A-N-C-E-R [Gothamist] LeBron Ignores Cleveland in New Ad, Thanks Hometown Akron, Ohio [The BVX] T3 On The Status Of [...].
Aesop rocked but if he rapped, this would be the story he would tell to the kids at the campfire. As hilarious (and ridiculous) some of Jeff & Eric's fables may be, they always manage to prove a point.
I know you spend a lot of time in the studio Dre, but what's up? By your appearance at Fenway on Sunday to peddle your headphones with Jimmy, I'm pretty sure you didn't think yesterday was April 1st did you.