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The legendary rapper and producer Dr. Dre just turned 48 and to celebrate his birthday we our honoring him by reminiscing over his top solo and collaborative hits.
Out of the six Grammys he has won, Dr. Dre earned three for production. Additionally, he strongly contributed to the careers of rappers like 50 Cent and Eminem.
While we wait for his anticipate album Detox to break, let us look back on the greatness that is Dr. Dre.
1992 - "Lil Ghetto Boy" featuring Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg, The Chronic
This song tells the story of life in the hood.
1992 - "Nuthing But A G Thang" featuring Snoop Dogg, The Chronic
Snoop and Dre proved that despite where they are both from, they can still do music together.
1992 - "B*tches Ain't Sh*t," The Chronic
The derogatory track still had the females jumping.
1992 - "F*ck with Dre Day" featuring Snoop Dogg, The Chronic
This track was made to diss Eazy-E, Luke, and Tim Dog after Dre was kicked out of N.W.A.
1992 - "Let Me Ride," The Chronic
As the third single from The Chronic album it won the doctor a Grammy award.
1993 - "Gin & Juice" Produced By Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg's Doggystyle
Dre had a huge part in producing the backdrop of this track to accompany Snoop Dogg's flow.
1995 - "California Love" w/ 2Pac, California Love
This song was initially intended for Dr. Dre's Chronic II but turned into a 2Pac single. The music video is unforgettable.
1995 - "Keep Their Heads Ringin'," Friday Official Soundtrack
From the Friday soundtrack, the song was kind of a hidden gem.
1999 - "The Next Episode" featuring Kurupt and Snoop Dogg, 2001
Just another head banger.
1999 - "What's The Difference" featuring Eminem & Xzibit, 2001
The purpose of this track was for all three rappers to describe the difference between them and other rappers.
1999 - "Still D.R.E," 2001
Fighting the rumors that he fell off, this track reassured that Dre was still in the game.
1999 - "Forgot About Dre" featuring Eminem, 2001
This Grammy winner, is another track that spoke of the relevance of Dr. Dre. Oh, and Shady went hard.
2012 - "New Day" featuring Dr. Dre & Alicia Keys, 50 Cent's Street King Immortal
The first single off of 50 Cent's Street King Immortal, this is a uplifting anthem produced by Dr. Dre and mixed by Eminem.
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