The party just continues without a breather. This is one of the greatest beats of all time you'll ever hear that sounds so slick. Snoop sounds reinvigorated in the best pimp rap verse he's laid down since Doggystyle on this thing. Kurupt's adlibs on this song are CLASSIC as well, he made the song without even getting a verse. This beat is SO West Coast, just dripping with that classic updated G Funk hip hop fans have been enjoying all over this project. As if all that wasn't enough Nate Dogg just couldn't resist getting in on this with that CLASSIC song ender and possibly most quoted phrase in hip-hop "SMOKE WEED EVERYDAY!". Yes. This song is fucking incredible. It's one of the best club-bangers you can keep on playing all day and can never get enough of it. It is dope af. 5/5
"Headphones on , world off" life is too short to listen to bad headphones 😂 picked up a set of beats and can honestly say they are making my cardio sessions easier which is a very good thing this far along in prep. Music is the best type of motivation not only for the the gym but for every aspect of life 🎶🎶🎶
This song titled "Bloww" featuring Hittman and Knoc-Turn'al never made it to Dr. Dre's 2001 album. It was supposed to be in the place of "What's The Difference," but never made the cut on the album because Dre's former label Deathrow released a compilation album titled as The Chronic 2000. Now basically if you understand the concept of this song "Bloww" it is a diss track to the artists on Deathrow including Suge who Dr. Dre helped catapult to fame and also Dre disses the label for not paying him his royalties after exiting the label. So Dre recorded another song along with Eminem and Xzibit for a replacement of "Bloww" to be on The Chronic 2001 in which you can hear Dre rap people who were loyal to me I meant no disrespect to them, people want to know how close me and Snoop is, fuck the beef Eazy I am still with you. So Dr. Dre makes his intentions clear on "What's The Difference" that I value and respect my artists for their loyalty and hard work instead of betraying them like what Suge used to do. Later on Dr. Dre and Hittman discussed which song should make the final cut on the album, eventually Dre's decision ruled and "What's The Difference" was on the album. "What's The Difference" made it to The Chronic 2001 for two main reasons.
Number 1 Dre wanted to show his former label mates that he was a man of grace and dignity and was more broad minded in terms of creativity. As people say Dr. Dre wanted to make a statement on 2001 because he had something to prove, that's right, he does exactly that on this album. Number 2 Eminem was the hottest rapper at the time After his debut with the Slim Shady LP, so Dre wanted to give Eminem enough exposure on his own album because the two were really selling records and creating history. And the rest you know Aftermath became such a powerful force to be reckoned with that dominated hip hop for more than 2 decades. So how does this song sound guys?
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