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Arguably one of the most prolific and groundbreaking groups in Hip-Hop history, N.W.A, are being honoured with a brand new movie titled N.W.A – Straight Outta Compton. The title references their debut album released in 1988, and the full cast for the movie has now been revealed. Ice Cube will be played by his son O’Shea Jackson Jr. Dr. Dre will be played by Corey Hawkins and the late Easy-E will be played by Jason Mitchell. The movie will be produced by Ice Cube, Dr. Dre and Easy-E’s widow Tomica Woods-Wright alongside Matt Alvarez. The movie is directed by F. Gary Gray (who worked with Ice Cube on Friday). Look out for more promotion as we lead up to the release date of the N.W.A Movie – Straight Outta Compton.
Game also drops a new mixtape today titled “Hoodmorning (No Typo): Candy Coronas” and the mixtape is hosted by DJ Skee. Download the Hoodmorning from DatPiff on the link here.
1.Hoodmorning Produced by Mars
2.Drug Test Feat Dr Dre Snoop Dogg Produced by DJ Khalil
3.Can You Believe It Feat Lil Wayne Baby Produced by Lifted
4.Mr West Money The Power Produced by Che Vicious
5.Game – Monsters in My Head
6.Wow Feat Gucci Mane Produced by Mars
7.25 To Life Produced by Mars
8.Out Of Towner Produced by Terrace Martin
9.Standin On A Corner Feat B.o.B Wiz Khalifa Prod by Gun Roulet
10.Grave Yard Feat Sam Cooke Produced by Mars Point Guard
11.The Town Produced by Mars Rance
12.Uncle Otis Produced by Mars Point Guard
14.Change Your Life Feat BWS Produced by Mars
15.Red Feat Redman Produced by Cool Dre
17.Ace of Spades Feat Joi StaRR Paypa Produced by Mars
18.F cked Up Produced by Mars
19.She Wanna Have My Baby Feat Trey Songz
20.The Game-Rough Feat Yelawolf Produced by Jim Jonsin
During the build up to the anti-climax fight of Manny Pacquaio vs Shane Mosley, Dr. Dre managed to choose the perfect spot to premier his new track with Eminem called “Die Hard”. The track is also mixed with a mixture of boxing commentary, however the full track, which will be featured on Detox, will be available in it’s entirety soon. We’ve heard two single from Dr. Dre so far, and Die Hard is the third official leak from the Hip-Hop legend. You can watch Dr. Dre ft Eminem – Die Hard Premier on the video player below.
Detox is possibly one of the most long awaited, delayed and overdue albums in Hip-Hop history, but after Dr. Dre has released the singles “Kush” and “I Need A Doctor“, Dre has received some mixed reviews about the direction of the album.
“He got really excited about the track which is obviously really complimentary,” she said. “He did something with it and then sent it to us and [asked] can he use it for his record and we said ‘Yes.'” She also said, “[He’s used] mainly the vocal and then he put his own beats on it. It’s supposed to be on the next record.”
Elly Jackson claims that Dr. Dre heard the song on an episode of Entourage.
“Apparently he and The Game were sitting watching Entourage together. My manager always jokes that they were eating ice cream under blankets and having a girl’s night in.”
Still, there is no official release date for Detox.
DJ Whoo Kid has revealed that he maybe working on a new mixtape with Dr. Dre.
In an interview with Hip Hop Chronicle UK, DJ Whoo Kid revealed the news. Whoo Kid has worked with a number of artists over the last decade including 50 Cent and the rest of G-Unit, Maino, Obie Trice, Lil Kim, Chamillionaire, Bishop Lamont, Capone ‘N Noreaga, Busta Rhymes, Tech N9ne and many more.
Finally, goddamn!” said the DJ of the opportunity to get to work with Dre. Dr. Dre has rarely entered the mixtape circuit.
“It would be an honor to finally finish my mixtape career do something with him,” added Whoo Kid.
The Hip-Hop community still awaits the arrival of Detox.
Watch the interview below:
Check the video out below which is over seven minutes longs and shows clips of some of the biggest moments in both Dre’s professional and persona life. Of course Eminem also features!
There was a lot of hype surrounding this track, but it’s now been confirmed that “Syllables” from Eminem, Jay-Z, Dr Dre, 50 Cent, Cashis and Stat Quo is actually an old track that was recorded a couple of years ago. A big give-away is the voice used from Eminem, more familiar with his music pre-Relapse. The track is still excellent and is a brilliant combination of the finest Aftermath-affiliated artists. Watch out for some more music in the near future from the above artists as we head into 2011. Many questions remain regarding Detox, however “Syllables” isn’t a confirmed entry on the track listing. You can listen to Eminem x Jay-Z x Dr Dre x Cashis x 50 Cent x Stat Quo – Syllables below.
It finally seems that Dr. Dre’s long awaited album “Detox” is on the horizon. After releasing the track “Kush” featuring Akon and Snoop Dogg, the good Doctor has now released “I Need A Doctor“. Eminem goes in hard on this track on the first two verses, and Dre’s voice lacing the final verse is refreshing for any Hip-Hop fan that have been looking forward to the “Detox” album.