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The Dre Family Tree - The World of Dr. Dre

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N.W.A.  Dopeman   buy on itunes
Eazy-E  Boyz-N-The-Hood   buy on itunes
Ice Cube  It Was A Good Day   buy on itunes
MC Ren  Final Frontier   buy on itunes
The D.O.C.  D.O.C. and the Doctor   buy on itunes
Michel'le  Nicety   buy on itunes
Above the Law  Murder Rap   buy on itunes
Snoop Dogg  Who Am I (What's My Name)?   buy on itunes
Tha Dogg Pound  New York, New York   buy on itunes
Warren G  Regulate   buy on itunes
Nate Dogg  I Got Love   buy on itunes
Dove Shack  Summertime In the LBC   buy on itunes
Lady of Rage  Sho Shot   buy on itunes
RBX  Foul Mood   buy on itunes
Daz Dillinger  Retaliation, Revenge & Get Back   buy on itunes
Kurupt  We Can Freak It   buy on itunes
Kokane, Sir Dogg, Snoopy Collins & Tha Eastsidaz  I Luv It (feat. Kokane, Sir Dogg & Snoopy Collins)   buy on itunes
D12  It Ain't Nothin' But Music   buy on itunes
Obie Trice  Oh!   buy on itunes
Xzibit  Multiply   buy on itunes
Knoc-Turn'al  Str8 Westcoast (Remix) [feat. Warren G, Shade Shiest, Nate Dogg & Xhibit]   buy on itunes
Hittman  Bloww   buy on itunes
50 Cent  P.I.M.P.   buy on itunes
G-Unit  Stunt 101   buy on itunes
Lloyd Banks  I'm So Fly   buy on itunes
Young Buck  Let Me In   buy on itunes
Tony Yayo & 50 Cent  So Seductive (Featuring 50 Cent)   buy on itunes
Game  Doctor's Advocate   buy on itunes
Stat Quo  Get Low   buy on itunes


The entire rap game changed forever in 1986 — pretty much the moment Dr. Dre went to work with Ice Cube and Ruthless Records founder Eazy-E. Aside from pushing hip-hop away from the air-raid angst of Public Enemy and true-crime plots of Boogie Down Productions, the trio planted the seed for a family tree that continues to bust open with budding new careers and cliques. From top to bottom, that tree could also double as a crash course in recent hip-hop history, including the infamous (Snoop Dogg, Tha Dogg Pound) and grossly overlooked (Michel'le, Daz Dillinger, Lady of Rage) roster of Death Row Records, the dominance of Dre's own Aftermath imprint after the straight-out-of-the-box success of Eminem, the Game's second-wave of West Coast street stories, and the growing gangsta-rap empire of G-Unit, which boasts hardcore heavyweights 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Young Buck.
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