A seasoned veteran and well-respected producer in the game, Dr. Dre really has nothing left to prove to anyone. Together, the duo has crafted tracks like "Forgot About Dre", "I Need a Doctor", "What's the Difference", "Crack a Bottle", "Guilty Conscience", "Bitch Please II", "and "Hell Breaks Loose". The tempo is upbeat and Dre matches it with some quick rapping of his own.
Speaking of pretty dope, The Defiant Ones-a new HBO documentary series chronicling the rise of Dre and Jimmy Iovine from Interscope Records to Apple execs-definitely lives up to its that description.
The phrase "in the 11th hour" might also suggest that the record is nearly complete, despite this being the first and only mention of a new album so far. You can check out "Gunfiyah" below.
Ladies and gentlemen, we've come a very long way since Eminem first signed to Aftermath Records, that's for sure.
Eminem and Dr Dre may be working on a new album
"I've heard it all, you know what I'm saying?"
"Sooo this jus happened.#marshalllikestrapmusic", 2 Chainz wrote in a caption underneath the photo.
The new project would be Shady's ninth LP and first in four years, since his last release, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, in October 2013. "You know, this like rap talk".
Hughes sat with Uproxx to talk about his documentary, which premiered on HBO Sunday night. And his observation that Dre still records every day matches similar statements from Bishop Lamont, Stat Quo and others. When have you ever did a remix for someone or for yourself? "Picture a flawless picture/picture me in a pimp hat/picture me starting s**t/picture me busting my gat".