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DJ Premier Asks Dr Dre In Public To Record a Track Together

Premiers favorite Dr Dre records:
Eazy-Duz-It
Straight Outta Compton
The Chronic
Doggystyle
Michel’le
World Class Wreckin’ Cru

DJ Premier speaks on;
-Hip Hop started in the West Bronx, not South Bronx.
-Premier says you got to know as a hip hop artist Percy Sledge, Tears For Fears, Tom Tom Club, James Brown, The Isley Brothers, The O’Jays & The Supremes.
-Dr Dre
-Touch a little on Guru

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7 Responses to “DJ Premier Asks Dr Dre In Public To Record a Track Together”


  • Comment from Dre

    king of da west n king of da east make a beat together dat would b dope!!!!!!!!

  • Comment from Dre

    wtz da beat playing at 5:52, 2:45 ?

  • Comment from Wiktor

    i said few years ago:
    Dre, Pete & RZA in one track on a Primo beat

  • Comment from drop the knowlexx

    who got gunz -gngstr mop
    and
    let em know -bun b

  • Comment from Dick B.

    @Dre The beat playing at 2:45 is “Who Got Gunz” by Gang Starr Feat. M.O.P. & Fat Joe and the beat at 5:52 is “Let Em Know” by Bun B though its altered.

    I remember DJ Premier mentioning something like this another time. Doubtful that it will happen to be realistic.

  • Comment from DubbLife

    The 5:52 beat is a track Premier did for Bun B on Bun B’s new album “Trill OG”, (that album got 5 mics from the source magazine fyi)

    The 2:45 beat is on the Gangstarr album “The Ownerz”. I think the song is called “We Got Gunz”. Its a dope track with MOP and Fat Joe on it. I think Krumbsnatcha is on it to. I cant remember for sure.

  • Comment from Haroon

    Dre could just send one of his ghost producers to D&D, since that’s who does all his tracks anyway.

    Dre = most overrated producer in history.


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