Various - Dr Dre & Posse II mp3 album
Title: Dr Dre & Posse II
Date of release: 1998
Size MP3: 1572 mb
Size FLAC: 1834 mb
Format: MMF AU DTS VOC WMA VQF MP2
and the Posse is a compilation album released on November 6, 1987 by Macola Records. The album is composed of various Dr. Dre-produced tracks and was marketed as an album by . It includes previously released tracks by . A, Eazy-E, the Fila Fresh Crew, and Rappinstine. The cover photo is the same as . A's "Panic Zone" single and features people who do not appear on the record. The album peaked at on Billboard magazine's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
The following list is a discography of production by Dr. Dre, an American hip hop record producer and recording artist from Compton, California. It includes a list of songs produced, co-produced and remixed by year, artbeenist, album and title. 03. "Surgery (remix)". 05. "(Horney) Computer". 06. "Gang Bang You're Dead". 07. "Lovers" - (featuring Mona Lisa Young).
Dre was born Andre Romelle Young to Verna and Theodore Young in Los Angeles, California on February 18th, 1965. and the Posse is a 1987 Macola Records release that compiled various Dr. followed up with Straight Outta Compton, a vicious street classic that resonated with the frustrations of the young, black and persecuted in LA. Straight Outta Compton became an underground success with relatively no airplay. became notorious for the group’s aggressive content.
The discography of American record producer and rapper Dr. Dre consists of three studio albums, forty-two singles, (including twenty-four as a featured artist), six compilation albums, one soundtrack album, and twenty-one music videos. Dr. Dre began his rap career in the World Class Wreckin' Cru in the mid-1980s and performed with the group .
1Intro - featuring George Clinton and Chris Tucker (feat. 2Keep Their Heads Ringin' - featuring Nanci Fletcher and Dorothy Coleman (feat. 3California Love - featuring 2Pac and Roger Troutman (feat.
Twenty years ago today, Dr. Dre changed hip-hop with "The Chronic. Billboard contributor Thomas Golianopoulous takes a look back at every song on the rapper's classic debut. Andre " Dr. Dre" Young was in a tough spot when he started recording his debut album, "The Chronic," in June 1992. cohort Ice Cube had ridiculed the 27-year-old rapper and producer on the brutal diss track, "No Vaseline" and Dre soon left the revolutionary group following a financial dispute with Eazy-E and Ruthless Records co-founder and CEO Jerry Heller.
The Aftermath and one listen proves that Dre wasn't kidding when he said he wasn't interested in gangsta anymore. There are a number of rappers on The Aftermath, even a handful of hardcore rappers, but nothing fits into the standard G-funk template. The true revelation of the album is Dre's skill for urban R&B and soul, all of which sounds fresh and exciting compared to several of the fairly pedestrian hip-hop tracks.
Keep Their Heads Ringin'. War & Peace Vol. 2 (The Peace Disc). Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, MC Ren, Chris Rock, Jayo Felony, Gangsta. Dre. 1999 Instrumental. Ultimate R&B 2008 (Double Album).
|1||–Dr. Dre||Cabbage Patch|
|2||–Ice T*||Dog 'N' The Wax|
|3||–Eazy-E & N.W.A.||Boyz-N-The-Hood|
|4||–Kid Frost||Rough Cut|
|5||–Dr. Dre||Horney Computer|
|6||–N.W.A. & Dr. Dre||Dope Man|
|7||–The Arabian Prince & The Sheiks||Innovator|
|8||–The 2 Live Crew||What I Like|
|9||–Digital Underground||Your Life Is A Cartoon|
|11||–The Unknown DJ & Professor X||Let's Jam|
|12||–King Tee||Playback's A Mutha|
|13||–Fila Fresh Crew||Drink It Up|
|14||–Bobby Jimmy And The Critters||Big Butt|
|15||–L.A. Dream Team||Rockberry Jam|
|16||–King MC & DJ Flash||State Of Shock Rapp|