[106], On February 12, 2016, it was revealed that Apple would create its first original scripted television series and it would star Dr. The album itself earned a Grammy and proved to be the fastest-selling rap album of all time, moving 1.76 million units in its first week alone. Andre Young, known better as Dr Dre, changed hip-hop forever. ", "Beats By Dre: Original Gangstas Author Uncovers More Dr. Dre Abuse, Hit Pregnant Woman", "Son of rap producer Dr. Dre found dead; Andre Young Jr. was 20", "Coroner: Dr. Dre's Son Died From Overdose of Heroin and Morphine", "Before 'Surviving Compton:' 6 Things To About Michel'le, Dr. Dre And Suge Knight's Relationship", "Michel'le was more than a battered girlfriend. "[193], Dre pleaded guilty in October 1992 in a case of battery of a police officer and was convicted on two additional battery counts stemming from a brawl in the lobby of the New Orleans hotel in May 1991. The many audio production examples and step-by-step illustrations in the full hit report (download only) make this one of our best reports yet. [42] He also produced "Let Me Blow Ya Mind", a duet by rapper Eve and No Doubt lead singer Gwen Stefani[43] and signed R&B singer Truth Hurts to Aftermath in 2001.[44]. Those are some of the things that I would like to take back. In 1987, Dre sampled the Ohio Players' ARP synth riffs from their 1973 funk hit "Funky Worm" in the N.W.A song "Dopeman". Corrections? In November 2004, at the Vibe magazine awards show in Los Angeles, Dr. Dre was attacked by a fan named Jimmy James Johnson, who was supposedly asking for an autograph. [2]:234 Dr. Dre also stresses the importance of equalizing drums properly, telling Scratch magazine in 2004 that he "used the same drum sounds on a couple of different songs on one album before but you'd never be able to tell the difference because of the EQ. [...] I apologize to the women I've hurt. [192], During press for the 2015 film Straight Outta Compton, questions about the portrayal and behavior of Dre and other prominent figures in the rap community about violence against women – and the question about its absence in the film – were raised. The project is a partnership between Dr. Dre and the Compton Unified School District. [138][139][140] Bad Boy Records producer Chucky Thompson stated in the April 2004 issue of XXL magazine that the sound of Doggystyle and The Chronic was the basis for the Notorious B.I.G. Besides, it ain't no big thing – I just threw her through a door. [20], Dr. Dre also appeared on the single "No Diggity" by R&B group Blackstreet in 1996: it too was a sales success, topping the Hot 100 for four consecutive weeks, and later won the award for Best R&B Vocal by a Duo or Group at the 1997 Grammy Awards. [60] Dre also appeared on Timbaland's track "Bounce", from his 2007 solo album, Timbaland Presents Shock Value alongside, Missy Elliott, and Justin Timberlake. To produce the album, Dre and Mel-Man relied on the talents of Scott Storch and Camara Kambon on the keys, Mike Elizondo and Colin Wolfe on bass guitar, Sean Cruse on lead guitar and sound engineers Richard "Segal" Huredia and Mauricio "Veto" Iragorri. Thereafter, he focused on his social life and entertainment for the remainder of his high school years. When The Chronic released in 1992, Dr. Dre was still known as just the producer who could rap a verse or two, but his debut album would begin to change all that. Dr. Dre grew up in the city of Compton in California. [55], In November 2006, Dr. Dre began working with Raekwon on his album Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II. [118], During May 2013, Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine donated a $70 million endowment to the University of Southern California to create the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation. Dr. Dre���s solo debut album, The Chronic, introduced the ���G-Funk��� production style in 1992. In 2008 he and Jimmy Iovine, a music executive, formally established Beats Electronics, which sold headphones, earphones, and speakers, among other items. [6]:14–15, Dr. Dre and DJ Yella also performed mixes for local radio station KDAY, boosting ratings for its afternoon rush-hour show The Traffic Jam. American rapper, hip-hop producer, and entrepreneur. In 1986, Dr. Dre met rapper O'Shea Jackson—known as Ice Cube—who collaborated with him to record songs for Ruthless Records, a hip hop record label run by local rapper Eazy-E. N.W.A and fellow West Coast rapper Ice-T are widely credited as seminal artists of the gangsta rap genre, a profanity-heavy subgenre of hip hop, replete with gritty depictions of urban crime and gang lifestyle. [23] Despite being classified platinum by the RIAA,[14] the album was not very popular among music fans. It was characterized by plodding tempos, synthesizer washes, and copious musical sampling of 1970s funk records, especially those by Parliament-Funkadelic. For an issue of Rolling Stone magazine in April 2005, Dr. Dre was ranked 54th out of 100 artists for Rolling Stone magazine's list "The Immortals: The Greatest Artists of All Time". Rap + Hip Hop Engineering and Production. Dr. Dre is renowned for constantly evolving his production style through the years, while always keeping in touch with his roots and re-shaping elements from previous work. [91][92], In an August 2010 interview, Dr. Dre stated that an instrumental album titled The Planets is in its first stages of production; each song being named after a planet in the Solar System. [176] The same publication later reported that he acquired US$110 million via his various endeavors in 2012, making him the highest–paid artist of the year. Nuthin' but G thangs waiting to happen. The Hippies: Did Dre Try to Make Money Out of Burning Man? He is credited as a key figure in the popularization of West Coast G-funk, a style of rap music characterized as … Big just knew the culture, he knew what was going on with hip-hop. *, Snoop*, Rage* 10:00: B2: One Eight Seven Mastered By – Bernie Grundman Mixed By – Dr. Dre: 5:52 [21] After hearing it for the first time, several of Dr. Dre's former Death Row colleagues, including 2Pac, recorded and attempted to release a song titled "Toss It Up", containing numerous insults aimed at Dr. Dre and using a deliberately similar instrumental to "No Diggity", but were forced to replace the production after Blackstreet issued the label with a cease and desist order stopping them from distributing the song.[22]. In the same interview he stated that he has collaborated with famed 1960s songwriter Burt Bacharach by sending him hip hop beats to play over, and hopes to have an in-person collaboration with him in the future. and his bodyguard at the time, Suge Knight. : From Ruthless to Death Row", "Concrete Roots - Dr. Dre - Songs, Reviews, Credits", "Danny Boy Tells All About Death Row Years, Part Two", "The Slim Shady LP – Eminem – Awards", "Dr. Dre Bio – A Brief Biography of Andre Dr. Dre Young", "Four Hours Of Swagger From Dr. Dre And Friends", "25 Greatest Songs Produced by Dr. Dre and Jimmy lovine", "Bilal Brings Creative Resistance To The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum", "Judge Rules Truth Hurts' Album Must Be Pulled Or Stickered", "Warrant Issued For Young Buck In Vibe Awards Stabbing", "Dr. Dre Puncher Snitches On Suge Knight", "Dr. Dre Attacker Sentenced To One Year In Jail", "Dr. Dre, hip-hop's most reliable kingmaker", "The Immortals – The Greatest Artists of All Time: 54) Dr. Dre", "Raekwon Partners With Dr. Dre for Cuban Linx Sequel", "50 Cent Album Preview: Eminem, Dr. Dre Help Curtis 'Keep It Funky, "Dr. Dre & Just Blaze Dominate Kingdom Come", "The D.O.C. 'Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre' - The AllMusic Review ; Read the AllMusic Review and Stream Kendrick Lamar's New Album, 'To Pimp a Butterfly' Watch 'Not Afraid: The Shady Records Story,' Featuring Eminem, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre and More DR DRE DRUMS + GUITARS + FLP + SF2. Whereas The Chronic changed the face of (West Coast) Hip Hop, with 2001 Dr. Dre just holds it down. The main things i notice about them: Clarity, Wideness and Smack. [28] The Dr. Dre-produced lead single from that album, "My Name Is", brought Eminem to public attention for the first time, and the success of The Slim Shady LP – it reached number two on the Billboard 200 and received general acclaim from critics – revived the label's commercial ambitions and viability. Part 1.Bud'da (no homo) – H World", "DR. DRE INTERVIEW FROM SCRATCH MAGAZINE", "Dr. Dre Hoping To 'Shock' On Next Album", "Superhot Mike Elizondo Co-Writes/Produces "Just Lose It" for Eminem, "In Da Club" for 50 Cent". Play and Listen well it finally happened dr dre released a new album and its called compton not detox the production on this one is top notch as expected and the Dr. Dre - Compton Album Review (All Tracks + Rating + Soundtrack + Straight Outta Compton) Mp3. vor 6 Jahren | 164 Ansichten Check Out My BEAT PROMOTION Channel: ... New Dr Dre Style Gangsta Piano Rap Beat Hip Hop Instrumental - Safe Beats. [83] Along with this single, in 2009 Dr. Dre produced or co-produced 19 of 20 tracks on Eminem's album Relapse. The Chronic���s multiplatinum success helped make this sound dominant in mainstream hip-hop in the mid-1990s. [2]:9 The family moved often and lived in apartments and houses in Compton, Carson, Long Beach, and the Watts and South Central neighborhoods of Los Angeles. [98], The length of time that Detox had been recorded for, as well as the limited amount of material that had been officially released or leaked from the recording sessions, had given it considerable notoriety within the music industry. [160], Current collaborator Mike Elizondo, when speaking about his work with Young, describes their recording process as a collaborative effort involving several musicians. Dr. Dre uses a synthesizer to create the melody of this song, and implements a heavy base to establish the beat. Piano Instrumental. Biopic on 'Pharmacy' Dr. Dre opened up The Pharmacy Saturday night on Apple Music's Beats 1, and the G-Funk extraordinaire used his … Updates? [152], In 1999, Dr. Dre started working with Mike Elizondo, a bassist, guitarist, and keyboardist who has also produced, written and played on records for female singers such as Poe, Fiona Apple and Alanis Morissette,[153] In the past few years Elizondo has since worked for many of Dr. Dre's productions. [31] The album was highly successful, charting at number two on the Billboard 200 charts[33] and has since been certified six times platinum,[14] validating a recurring theme on the album: Dr. Dre was still a force to be reckoned with, despite the lack of major releases in the previous few years. "[149] Other equipment he uses includes the E-mu SP-1200 drum machine and other keyboards from such manufacturers as Korg, Rhodes, Wurlitzer, Moog, and Roland. Propelled by the hit "Fuck tha Police", the group's first full album Straight Outta Compton became a major success, despite an almost complete absence of radio airplay or major concert tours. [170] In 1991, they had a son named Marcel. A pioneer of gangsta rap and the G-funk sound, rapper-producer Dr Dre put West Coast hip-hop on the map. Characterized most distinctly by the sampling of 1970s funk music—particularly that of combined group Parliament-Funkadelic—the sound of G-funk rap seemed to make its debut on Dr. Dre’s first solo album, The Chronic, released in 1992. A producer named Neff-U claimed to have produced the songs "Say What You Say" and "My Dad's Gone Crazy" on The Eminem Show, the songs "If I Can't" and "Back Down" on 50 Cent's Get Rich or Die Tryin', and the beat featured on Dr. Dre's commercial for Coors beer.[158]. [81] At the beginning of 2009, Dre produced, and made a guest vocal performance on, the single "Crack a Bottle" by Eminem and the single sold a record 418,000 downloads in its first week[82] and reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart on the week of February 12, 2009. [157]:234–235, A consequence of his perfectionism is that some artists who initially sign deals with Dr. Dre's Aftermath label never release albums. In 1996, Dr. Dre left Death Row Records to establish his own label, Aftermath Entertainment. [6]:27[185] The civil suit was settled out of court. ", "Dr. Dre Says After 27 Years Of Working On Music He's Taking A Break", "Coachella 2012: Full lineup revealed; Dr. Dre, Radiohead headline", "Snoop Dogg, DJ Quik, The D.O.C. The two companies were purchased by Apple for $3 billion in 2014. It is known that Scott Storch, who has since gone on to become a successful producer in his own right, contributed to Dr. Dre's second album 2001; Storch is credited as a songwriter on several songs and played keyboards on several tracks. The Federal Bureau of Investigation sent Ruthless Records a warning letter in response to the song's content. Although Young studies piano and musical theory, he serves as more of a conductor than a musician himself, as Josh Tyrangiel of TIME magazine has noted: Every Dre track begins the same way, with Dre behind a drum machine in a room full of trusted musicians. We proudly present DRE TOOLBOX, a unique sample pack inspired by real Dr Dre sounds ready to be used by any beat maker who needs pure inspiration from West Coast legend, Dr Dre.. We proudly present DRE TOOLBOX, a unique sample pack inspired by real Dr Dre sounds ready to be used by any beat maker who needs pure inspiration from West Coast legend, Dr Dre.. Those that don't happen end up in a round, purple L.A. Lakers trash can. With Ruthless Records, collaborators included guitarist Mike "Crazy Neck" Sims, multi-instrumentalist Colin Wolfe, DJ Yella and sound engineer Donovan "The Dirt Biker" Sound. He is credited in particular with launching the career of Eminem by signing the young rapper to his label Aftermath Records in 1998. With the … In the resulting scuffle, then-G-Unit rapper Young Buck stabbed the man. to being a superstar in his own right, with a big time company backing him and being placed upon his shoulders. stated that Dre had been working with him on his fourth album Voices through Hot Vessels, which he planned to release after Detox arrived. [2]:18–19 He later dropped out of Chester to focus on performing at the Eve's After Dark nightclub. [198][199], In July 2020, Dre's wife Nicole Young filed for divorce after 24 years of marriage. [6]:15 Soon afterwards he adopted the moniker Dr. Dre, a mix of previous alias Dr. J and his first name, referring to himself as the "Master of Mixology". "[155] This account is essentially confirmed by Eminem in his book Angry Blonde, stating that the tune for the song was composed by a studio bassist and keyboardist while Dr. Dre was out of the studio but Young later programmed the song's beat after returning. [26] First Round Knock Out, a compilation of various tracks produced and performed by Dr. Dre, was also released in 1996, with material ranging from World Class Wreckin' Cru to N.W.A to Death Row recordings. The G-funk production style has been considered a sub-subgenre of hip-hop. [97] In a September interview with Shots Fired that same year, Aftermath Entertainment in-house producer Dawaun Parker confirmed the title change. Other tentative titles included The Chronic 2001 and Dr. ... the architect who developed what became known as the “Californian style”. California love performed by 2Pac and Dr. Dre, produced by Dr. Dre (1995) This song is produced mainly with a synthesizer, and utilizes heavy base. In 2013 Dr. Dre and Iovine gave $70 million to the University of Southern California for the creation of the Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation. In fact, he took home the Grammy for producer of the year in 2000, largely because of his work on Eminem���s Grammy-winning album The Marshall Mathers LP. He also revealed that he suffers from social anxiety and due to this he remains secluded and out of attention. In February 2003, a judge ruled that Aftermath would have to halt sales of Truth Hurts' album Truthfully Speaking if the company would not credit Mangeshkar. Sporting an "R.I.P. "[106][195], In a statement to The New York Times on August 21, 2015, Dre again addressed his abusive past, stating, "25 years ago I was a young man drinking too much and in over my head with no real structure in my life. [148] In 2006, Snoop Dogg told the website Dubcnn.com that Dr. Dre had made new artist Bishop Lamont re-record a single bar of vocals 107 times. ... New Dr Dre Style Gangsta Piano Rap Beat Hip Hop Instrumental - Safe Beats. Dre produced three songs and provided vocals for two on Eminem's successful and controversial debut album The Slim Shady LP, released in 1999. He attended Centennial High School in Compton during his freshman year in 1979, but transferred to Fremont High School in South Central Los Angeles due to poor grades. [132], From Straight Outta Compton on, Dre uses live musicians to replay old melodies rather than sampling them. Piano Instrumental. [10], After Ice Cube left N.W.A in 1989 over financial disputes, Dr. Dre produced and performed for much of the group's second album Efil4zaggin. [196], On January 10, 1994, Dre was arrested after leading police on a 90 mph pursuit through Beverly Hills in his 1987 Ferrari. [168], From 1988 to 1996, Dre dated singer Michel'le, who frequently contributed vocals to Ruthless Records and Death Row Records albums. [4] Dre has said that he was mostly raised by his grandmother in New Wilmington Arms housing project in Compton. had previously contributed to. [171][2]:53, In 1996, Dre married NBA player Sedale Threatt's ex-wife Nicole. I've been married for 19 years and every day I'm working to be a better man for my family, seeking guidance along the way. [49] Eminem's fourth album since joining Aftermath, Encore, again saw Dre taking on the role of executive producer, and this time he was more actively involved in the music, producing or co-producing a total of eight tracks, including three singles. [146], From the mid-2000s, Dr. Dre has taken on a more soulful production style, using more of a classical piano instead of a keyboard, and having claps replace snares, as evidenced in songs such as Snoop Dogg's "Imagine" and "Boss' Life", Busta Rhymes' "Get You Some" and "Been Through the Storm", Stat Quo's "Get Low" and "The Way It Be", Jay-Z's "Lost One", Nas' "Hustlers", and several beats on Eminem's Relapse album. Dr. Dre Type Beat - Original Hip-Hop Rap Instrumental Prod. It was revealed Dr. Dre had a blood-alcohol of 0.16, twice the state's legal limit. The beat for the Houston-based group Geto Boys 1996 song "Still" follows the same drum pattern as "Natural Born Killaz" and Eazy E's "Wut Would U Do" (a diss to Dre) is similar to the original "Murder was the Case" instrumental. Our editors will review what you���ve submitted and determine whether to revise the article. These included other hit singles "We Made You", "Old Time's Sake", and "3 a.m." (The only track Dre did not produce was the Eminem-produced single "Beautiful".) Dr. Dre began his career as a member of the World Class Wreckin' Cru in 1985, and later found fame with the gangsta rap group N.W.A. [109], In October 2016, Sean Combs brought out Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and others on his Bad Boy Reunion tour.[110]. She stated that she had gone to Hawaii before the end of 2013 for a few weeks to work with him on "so many things" including his upcoming album and a project of her own among other unspecified projects. [124][125] This claim was supported by an alleged letter from Dre to Nicole Threatt Young that indicated that Dre had shared his experience witnessing the Burning Man festival with her. The group���s second album, Straight Outta Compton (1988), was a breakthrough for the nascent gangsta rap movement, featuring explicit descriptions (and often glorifications) of street violence and drug dealing. [178], In 2014, Dre purchased a $40 million home in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles from its previous owners, NFL player Tom Brady and supermodel Gisele Bundchen. Former labelmate Tairrie B claimed that Dre assaulted her at a party in 1990, in response to her track "Ruthless Bitch". This sample pack brings real instrumental sounds to the production table, DRE TOOLBOX supplies you over 1.200 unique kick drums, claps, hi-hats, snares, percussion drum, … Articles from Britannica Encyclopedias for elementary and high school students. Dr. Dre was also one of the first producers to interpolate the then little-known drum break from The Winstons' "Amen, Brother" in the N.W.A song "Straight Outta Compton". [95] On January 9, 2012, Dre headlined the final nights of the 2012 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, on the weekends of April 13–15 and April 20–22, 2012. Other noteworthy acts to leave Aftermath without releasing albums include King Tee, 2001 vocalist Hittman, Joell Ortiz, Raekwon and Rakim. ", "TAIRRIE B, HIP-HOP'S ORIGINAL BAD BITCH, IS BACK", "Dr. Dre Apologizes to the 'Women I've Hurt, "N.W.A Tell All: Inside the Original Gangstas' Rolling Stone Cover Story", "Dr. Dre Apologizes "to the Women I've Hurt, "The Violent Art, Violent Reality of Dr. Dre : Rap: The producing genius behind pioneer rap group N.W.A. [42] Dr. Dre was ranked 44th in 2004 from earnings of $11.4 million, primarily from production royalties from such projects as albums from G-Unit and D12 and the single "Rich Girl" by singer Gwen Stefani and rapper Eve. Whereas The Chronic changed the face of (West Coast) Hip Hop, with 2001 Dr. Dre just holds it down. Together, the pair also ventured into philanthropy. In 2015, Michel'le, the mother of one of his children, accused him of domestic violence during their time together as a couple. Dre has since been accused of "stealing" the concept of G-funk from Cold 187 um. In August 2015, in an interview with Rolling Stone,[194] Dre lamented his abusive past, saying, "I made some fucking horrible mistakes in my life. [157]:MC As a member of N.W.A, the D.O.C. ", "Eazy-E's Boyz-N-The-Hood sample of Original Concept's Pump That Bass – WhoSampled", "AllHipHop " On the Record and Above the Law With Cold187um", "The Chronic – Dr. Dre – Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards – AllMusic", "Sam Sneed Talks Dr. Dre's Abandonment And "That Crazy Meeting" With Tupac", "Mariah Carey: Daydream Album Review - Pitchfork", "The Making of 'Ready To Die': Family Business – XXL", "Key and BPM of Snoop Dogg – Murder Was The Case – AudioKeychain", "The Men Behind The Man (ii): Part 2: Stu-B-Doo", "The men behind the man. They'll bring in something, he'll recite it, then he'll say, 'Change this line, change this word,' like he's grading papers. from Dr. Dre's album 2001. [47] Dr. Dre was the executive producer of Eminem's 2002 release, The Eminem Show. I'm doing everything I can so I never resemble that man again. [150][151], After founding Aftermath Entertainment in 1996, Dr. Dre took on producer Mel-Man as a co-producer, and his music took on a more synthesizer-based sound, using fewer vocal samples (as he had used on "Lil' Ghetto Boy" and "Let Me Ride" on The Chronic, for example). During the 2000s, Dre focused on producing other artists, occasionally contributing vocals. 6. She was granted a restraining order against him. Features The Defiant One: 10 Influential Songs Produced By Dr Dre. [40], Following the success of 2001, Dr. Dre focused on producing songs and albums for other artists. 's 1995 hit single "Big Poppa": At that time, we were listening to Snoop's album. While Dre appeared prominently as a rapper in N.W.A, his most-lauded role was as a producer, crafting ambitiously noisy, multilayered sonic collages to back the group���s inflammatory lyrics. Magazine's Josh Tyrangiel states that Dr. Dre created 'a sound that defined early 90's urban in the same way that defined 60's '. Dr. Dre made his first on screen appearance as a weapons dealer in the 1996 bank robbery movie Set It Off. [36] The Fatback Band also sued Dr. Dre over alleged infringement regarding its song "Backstrokin'" in his song "Let's Get High" from the 2001 album; Dr. Dre was ordered to pay $1.5 million to the band in 2003. In 2001, Aftermath released the soundtrack to the movie The Wash, featuring a number of Aftermath acts such as Shaunta, Daks, Joe Beast and Toi. The album also produced Dr. Dre���s first Grammy Award, for ���Let Me Ride,��� which was released as a single after the album���s release and took home best rap solo performance at the 1994 ceremony. He co-produced six tracks on Eminem's landmark Marshall Mathers LP, including the Grammy-winning lead single, "The Real Slim Shady". Dr. Dre has produced music for artists such as Eminem, 2Pac, Snoop Dogg, T.I., 50 Cent, and Mary J. Blige. Dr. Dre: $620 million", "Dr Dre House: Humble Beginnings To A Baller Compound", "Remember When Dr. Dre Bashed a Female Journalist's Face Against a Wall? For his new protégé Snoop Doggy Dogg's album Doggystyle, Dre collaborated with then 19-year-old producer Daz Dillinger, who received co-production credits on songs "Serial Killa" and "For all My Niggaz & Bitches", The Dramatics bass player Tony "T. Money" Green, guitarist Ricky Rouse, keyboardists Emanuel "Porkchop" Dean and Sean "Barney Rubble" Thomas and engineer Tommy Daugherty, as well as Warren G and Sam Sneed, who are credited with bringing several samples to the studio.[137]. [10] In 1993, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) certified the album triple platinum,[14] and Dr. Dre also won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance for his performance on "Let Me Ride". He cofounded the seminal group N.W.A before releasing the successful solo albums The Chronic and 2001. "Anderson .Paak Talks 'Malibu,' Working with Dr. Dre, Growth and More [Q&A]", "Dr. Dre's New Baby Momma Issue Is Crazy! 's change in voice after a near-fatal accident. [189][190], Ben Westhoff, author of Original Gangstas: the Untold Story of Dr Dre, Eazy-E, Ice Cube, Tupac Shakur, and the Birth of West Coast Rap, investigated claims of Dr. Dre's alleged abuse. [130] Sampling was at the time a key element of Dre's production, the E-mu SP-1200 being his primary instrument in the N.W.A days. [45] He later assisted in the production of Bilal's second album, Love for Sale,[46] which Interscope controversially shelved because of its creative direction. 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