Dr. Dre Double Play – It’s All On Me/Deep Water on – FNJ

Written by on January 7, 2017

“West Coast style in EFX, never neglect the style that we wreck.” DJ 3xL

abcd010052c5be72848f7ccecacf3726Track # 4. “It’s All on Me” (featuring Justus and BJ the Chicago Kid)

dr-dre-beats-by-dre-instagram-coverTrack # 9. “Deep Water” (featuring Kendrick Lamar, Justus and Anderson .Paak)

Following 11 years of unsuccessful work on his infamous Detox album, Dre officially cancelled the project on August 1, 2015 during an episode of his Beats 1 radio show, The Pharmacy with Dr. Dre. He stated that the album did not meet his standards and had decided to scrap the project as a result. During the same episode, Dre announced that he would be releasing a brand-new album, entitled Compton, on August 7 on iTunes and Apple Music, with a physical release following on August 21.

Rolling Stone gave the album a four out of five star rating, noting that the album “contains some of his most ambitious, idea-stuffed production ever” and that “Dre’s rhyming (aided as always by co-writers) is impressive”, concluding that it “adds up to an album by turns confounding and enthralling.”

 

DJ 3xL

 

 


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