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Dr. Dre

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Dr. Dre’s impact on rap, hip-hop, and pop music in general is nothing short of revolutionary. His production informed the dominant trends for several decades of rap, updating the noisy clamor of Public Enemy’s Bomb Squad-produced tracks by bringing in funky rhythms for his breakthrough work with his group N.W.A., single-handedly inventing G-Funk in the ‘90s by reworking George Clinton’s spaced-out party funk into something aggressive yet still commercially viable, and then abandoning the style when it became too ubiquitous by the early 2000s. Dre’s rap skills were never as impressive as his production, but he played to his strengths by giving game-changing proteges the majority of time on the mike, first introducing the world to Snoop Dogg’s laid-back charisma and then to Eminem’s staggering technical abilities. Dre’s multifaceted role in the music industry saw him forming labels Death Row and Aftermath, the latter of which released massively important records by 50 Cent, Kendrick Lamar, and Anderson .Paak. Along with production duties, label CEO status, and other business ventures like his celebrity headphones-turned-streaming platform Beats by Dre, the good doctor continued to slowly and steadily release music of his own as the years went by, bolstering a discography full of groundbreaking work like his 1992 debut The Chronic with projects like his 2015 full-length Compton, and his six-song EP The Contract, released in conjunction with Grand Theft Auto in 2022.

Dre (born Andre Young, February 18, 1965) became involved in hip-hop during the early '80s, performing at house parties and clubs with the World Class Wreckin' Cru around South Central Los Angeles and making a handful of recordings along the way. In 1986 he met Ice Cube, and the two rappers began writing songs for Ruthless Records, a label started by former drug pusher Eazy-E. Eazy tried to give one of the duo's songs, "Boyz-n-the Hood," to HBO, a group signed to Ruthless. When the group refused, Eazy formed N.W.A. -- an acronym for N*gg*z With Attitude -- with Dre, Cube, MC Ren, and DJ Yella, releasing their first album in 1987. A year later, N.W.A. delivered Straight Outta Compton, a vicious record that became an underground hit with virtually no support from radio, the press, or MTV. N.W.A. became notorious for their hardcore lyrics, especially those of "Fuck tha Police," which resulted in the FBI sending a warning letter to Ruthless and its parent company, Priority, suggesting that N.W.A. should watch their step.

Most of the group's political threat left with Cube when he departed in late 1989 amid many financial disagreements. While Eazy appeared to be the undisputed leader following Cube's departure -- and he was certainly responsible for the group approaching near-parodic levels with their final pair of records -- the music was in Dre's hands. On both the 1990 EP 100 Miles and Runnin' and the 1991 album Efil4zaggin ("Niggaz4life" spelled backward), he created dense, funky sonic landscapes that were as responsible for keeping N.W.A. at the top of the charts as Eazy's comic-book lyrics. While the group was at the peak of its popularity in 1991, Dre began to make efforts to leave the crew, especially after he was charged with assaulting Dee Barnes, the host of a televised rap show, in 1991. The following year, Dre left the group to form Death Row Records with Suge Knight and N.W.A. affiliate the D.O.C. According to legend, Knight held N.W.A.'s manager at gunpoint and threatened to kill him if he refused to let Dre out of his contract.

Dre released his first solo single, "Deep Cover," in the spring of 1992. Not only was the record the debut of his elastic G-funk sound, it was also the beginning of his collaboration with rapper Snoop Doggy Dogg. Dre discovered Snoop through his stepbrother Warren G, and he immediately began working with the rapper -- Snoop was on Dre's 1992 debut, The Chronic as much as Dre himself was. Thanks to the singles "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang," "Dre Day," and "Let Me Ride," The Chronic was a multi-platinum, Top Ten, Grammy-winning smash, and the entire world of hip-hop changed with it. For the next four years, it was virtually impossible to hear mainstream hip-hop that wasn't affected in some way by Dre and his patented G-funk. Not only did he produce Snoop's 1993 debut Doggystyle, but he orchestrated several soundtracks, including Above the Rim and Murder Was the Case (both in 1994), which functioned as samplers for his new artists and production techniques, and he helmed hit records such as Blackstreet's "No Diggity," among others, including a hit reunion with Ice Cube, "Natural Born Killaz." During this entire time, Dre released no new records, but he didn't need to -- all of Death Row was under his control, and most of his peers mimicked his techniques.

The Death Row dynasty held strong until the spring of 1996, when Dre grew frustrated with Knight's strong-arm techniques. At the time, Death Row was devoting itself to 2Pac's label debut, All Eyez on Me (which featured Dre on the breakthrough hit "California Love"), and Snoop was busy recovering from his draining murder trial. Dre left the label in the summer of 1996 to form Aftermath, declaring gangsta rap dead. While he was subjected to endless taunts from his former Death Row colleagues, their sales had slipped by 1997, and Knight was imprisoned on racketeering charges by the end of the year. Dre's first album for Aftermath, the various-artists collection Dr. Dre Presents...The Aftermath, received considerable media attention, but the record didn't become a hit despite the presence of his hit single "Been There Done That." Even though the album wasn't a success, the implosion of Death Row in 1997 proved that Dre's inclinations were correct at the time. Dre's de facto sophomore solo album 2001 -- which scored him a second Grammy for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group for "Forgot About Dre" -- followed in 1999. That same year, Dre unveiled his next protégé, a young Detroit rapper named Eminem.

Dre's focus then shifted to work with his label and production for other artists. A third, and final, album titled Detox had been announced, but as the producer devoted time to Aftermath artists like 50 Cent and Eminem, the album suffered numerous delays. Work for the Game, Snoop Dogg, Jay-Z, and others brought Dre to 2006 when he partnered with Jimmy Iovine and launched the celebrity headphones company Beats by Dr. Dre. After sports figures and other celebrities adopted the headphones en masse, Beats' success skyrocketed. By 2010, the company was valued at just under a billion dollars. Dre dipped back into rapping by dropping two singles: "Kush" featuring Snoop Dogg and Akon and "I Need a Doctor" with Eminem and Skylar Grey. He continued to tease Detox, but ended up returning to the studio to focus on his next big breakout act, Compton's own Kendrick Lamar. At the start of 2014, Beats launched a streaming music service, Beats Music. Beats was acquired by Apple Inc. later in the year, as Dre announced he was the "first billionaire in hip-hop." In 2015, the Academy Award-nominated N.W.A. biographical drama Straight Outta Compton was released in theaters and influenced the producer to scrap Detox in favor of an LP inspired by the film. The album Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre landed that same year with Kendrick Lamar, Anderson. Paak, Ice Cube, the Game, Eminem, and many more on the guest list.

With N.W.A.'s cultural resurgence and mainstream recognition of their legacy in the history of rap and hip-hop, the group received another honor for their contribution to music with their induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2016. In December of 2021, video game Grand Theft Auto Online used six previously unreleased Dre songs in an updated version of the game. These songs were eventually released in 2022 as EP The Contract. In February of 2022, Dr. Dre performed at the Superbowl LVI half-time show with Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, and others. Around this time, Dre gave interviews saying he was working on new music with Blige, as well as with Floetry vocalist Marsha Ambrosius. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Total plays

11.8 billion
Updated on 2024-07-14

Country

United States

Monthly listeners

23,585,996

Followers

11,989,787

Top Cities

  1. United Kingdom
    338,127 listeners
  2. United States
    289,148 listeners
  3. Australia
    311,906 listeners
  4. Brazil
    319,448 listeners
  5. Australia
    241,903 listeners

Most popular tracks

Track Plays Duration Release date
Still D.R.E.
Still D.R.E.
1,444,686,666 4:31 1999-11-16
The Next Episode
The Next Episode
1,014,649,981 2:42 1999-11-16
Forgot About Dre
Forgot About Dre
826,368,277 3:42 1999-11-16
No Diggity
No Diggity
804,233,006 5:05 1996-09-09
No diggity
No diggity
804,233,006 5:05 2013-03-05
California Love - Original Version
California Love - Original Version
760,800,593 4:44 1998-01-01
What's The Difference
What's The Difference
433,356,756 4:04 1999-11-16
Nuthin' But A "G" Thang
Nuthin' But A "G" Thang
392,420,621 3:58 1992-12-15
Nuthin' but a G'thang
Nuthin' but a G'thang
392,420,621 3:57 2003-11-24
Nuthin’ But A "G" Thang
Nuthin’ But A "G" Thang
392,420,621 3:58 2005-02-22
I Need A Doctor
I Need A Doctor
341,287,997 4:44 2011-02-01
Crack A Bottle
Crack A Bottle
291,327,412 4:58 2009-05-15
Xxplosive
Xxplosive
262,111,706 3:35 1999-11-16
Bitch Please II
Bitch Please II
256,215,415 4:48 2000-05-23
***** Please II
***** Please II
256,215,415 4:51 2000-05-23
Keep Their Heads Ringin'
Keep Their Heads Ringin'
199,106,057 5:10 1995-03-07
The Recipe - Bonus Track
The Recipe - Bonus Track
196,844,483 5:53 2012-01-01
Guilty Conscience
Guilty Conscience
182,294,492 3:19 1999-02-23
Kush - Main
Kush - Main
141,696,925 3:55 2010-11-18
The Watcher
The Watcher
141,372,166 3:27 1999-11-16
Fuck You
Fuck You
109,836,491 3:25 1999-11-16
F*** You - Album Version (Edited)
F*** You - Album Version (Edited)
109,836,491 3:25 1999-11-16
Gospel (with Eminem)
Gospel (with Eminem)
88,948,616 3:30 2022-02-04
Compton
Compton
83,692,811 4:08 2012-01-01
Hello
Hello
83,538,237 3:53 1996-07-02
Shit Hits The Fan
Shit Hits The Fan
68,709,855 4:53 2003-01-01
Fuck Wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')
Fuck Wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')
67,301,794 4:51 1992-12-15
Eazy-Duz-It
Eazy-Duz-It
65,242,798 4:19 1988-09-13
Bang Bang
Bang Bang
63,517,136 3:42 1999-11-16
Bounce - Album Version (Edited)
Bounce - Album Version (Edited)
63,428,492 4:04 2007-01-01
Let's Get High
Let's Get High
56,308,409 2:27 1999-11-16
The Message
The Message
55,336,809 5:04 1999-11-16
Guns Blazing (feat. Dr. Dre & Sly Pyper)
Guns Blazing (feat. Dr. Dre & Sly Pyper)
55,285,330 3:16 2020-12-18
Big Ego's
Big Ego's
51,642,658 3:58 1999-11-16
Let Me Ride
Let Me Ride
50,545,909 4:20 1992-12-15
Say What You Say
Say What You Say
49,861,750 5:10 2002-05-26
California Love (remix) (ft. Dr. Dre, Roger Troutman) - Remix
California Love (remix) (ft. Dr. Dre, Roger Troutman) - Remix
45,185,595 6:26 1996-02-13
Old Time's Sake
Old Time's Sake
44,067,256 4:38 2009-05-15
The Recipe (Black Hippy Remix) - Bonus Track
The Recipe (Black Hippy Remix) - Bonus Track
41,013,525 4:23 2012-01-01
Bitch Niggaz
Bitch Niggaz
40,237,831 4:14 1999-11-16
Imagine
Imagine
29,715,741 4:42 2006-01-01
Murder Ink
Murder Ink
29,583,642 2:28 1999-11-16
Light Speed
Light Speed
28,372,384 2:41 1999-11-16
Natural Born Killaz
Natural Born Killaz
27,679,872 4:49 1994-10-14
Still D.R.E. - Instrumental
Still D.R.E. - Instrumental
26,235,017 4:28 1999-11-17
Bitches Ain't Shit
Bitches Ain't Shit
25,475,778 4:49 1992-12-15
ETA (with Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes & Anderson .Paak)
ETA (with Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes & Anderson .Paak)
25,353,206 3:57 2022-02-04
Ackrite
Ackrite
25,183,362 3:40 1999-11-16
Housewife
Housewife
24,822,857 4:03 1999-11-16
Some L.A. Niggaz
Some L.A. Niggaz
24,769,226 4:25 1999-11-16
Eazy-er Said Than Dunn
Eazy-er Said Than Dunn
23,267,717 3:40 1988-09-13
Deep Cover
Deep Cover
20,021,182 4:12 2003-11-24
We Want Eazy
We Want Eazy
19,687,329 5:02 1988-09-13
Bar One
Bar One
18,390,399 0:51 1999-11-16
Just Dippin'
Just Dippin'
17,458,812 4:03 1999-01-01
Lolo - Intro
Lolo - Intro
17,344,542 0:41 1999-11-16
Hell Breaks Loose
Hell Breaks Loose
16,399,893 4:04 2009-01-01
New Day
New Day
16,356,184 4:25 2012-01-01
Ed-Ucation
Ed-Ucation
15,012,629 1:32 1999-11-16
The Car Bomb
The Car Bomb
14,619,416 1:01 1999-11-16
Bad Intentions
Bad Intentions
14,500,397 3:02 2001-01-01
Your Wife (feat. Dr. Dre)
Your Wife (feat. Dr. Dre)
13,706,744 3:39 2001-12-04
Don't Trip (feat. Ice Cube, Dr. Dre & will.i.am)
Don't Trip (feat. Ice Cube, Dr. Dre & will.i.am)
12,939,706 4:60 2015-10-03
Phone Tap
Phone Tap
12,681,566 3:46 1997-01-01
Encore
Encore
11,896,934 5:13 2004-11-12
Crack A Bottle - Single Version
Crack A Bottle - Single Version
11,859,391 5:15 2009-05-15
Lil' Ghetto Boy
Lil' Ghetto Boy
11,305,141 5:25 1992-12-15
Talking To My Diary
Talking To My Diary
11,111,045 4:23 2015-08-21
3 Kings
3 Kings
10,629,719 4:21 2012-01-01
Deep Cover
Deep Cover
10,512,166 3:46 2000-12-06
Bad Guys Always Die - From "Wild Wild West" Soundtrack
Bad Guys Always Die - From "Wild Wild West" Soundtrack
10,283,550 4:39 1999-01-01
If I Get Locked Up (Funkmaster Flex & Big Kap Feat. Eminem and Dr. Dre)
If I Get Locked Up (Funkmaster Flex & Big Kap Feat. Eminem and Dr. Dre)
9,930,537 3:41 1999-01-01
The Chronic (Intro)
The Chronic (Intro)
9,928,090 1:57 1992-12-15
The Next Episode - Instrumental
The Next Episode - Instrumental
9,736,867 2:41 1999-11-17
Deeez Nuuuts
Deeez Nuuuts
9,505,227 5:07 1992-12-15
U Know (feat. Dr. Dre)
U Know (feat. Dr. Dre)
9,273,663 3:26 2000-04-02
Pause 4 Porno
Pause 4 Porno
9,258,955 1:33 1999-11-16
Diamond Mind (with Nipsey Hussle & Ty Dolla $ign)
Diamond Mind (with Nipsey Hussle & Ty Dolla $ign)
9,179,551 4:54 2022-02-04
Nas Is Coming (feat. Dr. Dre)
Nas Is Coming (feat. Dr. Dre)
9,157,676 5:41 1996-07-02
The Watcher 2
The Watcher 2
8,946,261 5:56 2002-11-12
Mansa Musa (feat. Dr. Dre & Cocoa Sarai)
Mansa Musa (feat. Dr. Dre & Cocoa Sarai)
8,820,771 2:53 2018-11-16
The Day The Niggaz Took Over
The Day The Niggaz Took Over
8,486,681 4:33 1992-12-15
Medicine Man
Medicine Man
8,099,084 4:14 2015-08-21
The Scenic Route (with Rick Ross & Anderson .Paak)
The Scenic Route (with Rick Ross & Anderson .Paak)
8,045,387 3:03 2022-02-04
Fallin Up (with Thurz & Cocoa Sarai)
Fallin Up (with Thurz & Cocoa Sarai)
6,977,235 3:23 2022-02-04
Xxplosive - Instrumental
Xxplosive - Instrumental
6,841,128 3:35 1999-11-17
The Wash
The Wash
6,733,472 3:21 2001-01-01
We're All In The Same Gang
We're All In The Same Gang
6,673,793 4:58 2013-10-08
Forgot About Dre - Instrumental
Forgot About Dre - Instrumental
6,591,227 3:50 1999-11-17
What's The Difference - Instrumental
What's The Difference - Instrumental
6,532,559 4:04 1999-11-17
Deep Water
Deep Water
5,899,518 5:11 2015-08-21
Darkside/Gone
Darkside/Gone
5,832,281 3:54 2015-08-21
Black Privilege
Black Privilege
5,676,180 2:51 2022-02-04
Drug Test
Drug Test
5,335,092 2:46 2011-01-01
Radio
Radio
5,329,347 4:57 1988-09-13
All In A Day's Work
All In A Day's Work
5,274,667 5:14 2015-08-21
A Nigga Witta Gun
A Nigga Witta Gun
5,263,169 3:51 1992-12-15
The Message - Instrumental
The Message - Instrumental
5,256,307 5:07 1999-11-17
Keep Their Heads Ringin’
Keep Their Heads Ringin’
5,226,668 3:58 1996-11-26
Rat-Tat-Tat-Tat
Rat-Tat-Tat-Tat
5,202,490 3:48 1992-12-15
The Watcher - Instrumental
The Watcher - Instrumental
5,108,414 3:27 1999-11-17
Fuck You - Instrumental
Fuck You - Instrumental
4,919,058 3:08 1999-11-17
Stranded On Death Row
Stranded On Death Row
4,787,440 4:46 1992-12-15
Guilty Conscience - Radio Version
Guilty Conscience - Radio Version
4,600,501 3:20 1999-02-23
Lyrical Gangbang
Lyrical Gangbang
4,522,969 4:04 1992-12-15
U Better Recognize
U Better Recognize
4,478,017 3:54 2011-01-25
Xxplosive - Album Version (Edited)
Xxplosive - Album Version (Edited)
4,414,619 2:50 1999-11-16
Bang Bang - Instrumental
Bang Bang - Instrumental
4,276,744 3:44 1999-11-17
Been There Done That
Been There Done That
4,270,087 5:10 1996-01-01
High Powered
High Powered
4,224,159 2:44 1992-12-15
It's All On Me
It's All On Me
4,203,248 3:48 2015-08-21
No Diggity - Fare Soldi Remix
No Diggity - Fare Soldi Remix
4,026,345 4:53 2016-12-09
Genocide
Genocide
3,882,970 4:27 2015-08-21
Talk About It
Talk About It
3,873,597 3:15 2015-08-21
On The Boulevard
On The Boulevard
3,682,991 4:22 2001-01-01
Issues
Issues
3,548,502 3:42 2015-08-21
For The Love Of Money
For The Love Of Money
3,539,260 4:08 2015-08-21
Fast Lane - Dr. Dre & Jadakiss Remix (Main)
Fast Lane - Dr. Dre & Jadakiss Remix (Main)
3,415,976 4:35 2001-01-01
Puppet Master (feat. B Real & Dr. Dre)
Puppet Master (feat. B Real & Dr. Dre)
3,379,532 5:00 1997-02-04
What's The Difference - Album Version (Edited)
What's The Difference - Album Version (Edited)
3,361,023 4:04 1999-11-16
Animals
Animals
3,157,866 3:47 2015-08-21
Loose Cannons
Loose Cannons
2,939,429 4:13 2015-08-21
Big Ego's - Instrumental
Big Ego's - Instrumental
2,920,663 3:29 1999-11-17
Intro
Intro
2,801,184 1:15 2015-08-21
The $20 Sack Pyramid
The $20 Sack Pyramid
2,676,443 2:53 1992-12-15
The Roach (The Chronic Outro)
The Roach (The Chronic Outro)
2,614,844 4:36 1992-12-15
Guilty Conscience - Instrumental
Guilty Conscience - Instrumental
2,595,785 3:21 1999-02-23
Guilty Conscience - A Cappella
Guilty Conscience - A Cappella
2,381,884 3:17 1999-02-23
Symphony In X Major (feat. Dr. Dre)
Symphony In X Major (feat. Dr. Dre)
2,368,931 3:56 2002-08-13
Murder Ink - Instrumental
Murder Ink - Instrumental
2,349,796 2:39 1999-11-17
Satisfiction
Satisfiction
2,281,662 4:24 2015-08-21
Pause 4 Porno - Album Version (Edited)
Pause 4 Porno - Album Version (Edited)
2,247,376 1:23 1999-11-16
Popped Off (feat. Dr. Dre)
Popped Off (feat. Dr. Dre)
2,119,381 3:44 2012-10-23
Light Speed - Instrumental
Light Speed - Instrumental
1,993,220 2:40 1999-11-17
Let's Get High - Instrumental
Let's Get High - Instrumental
1,961,060 2:29 1999-11-17
Ho's A Housewife
Ho's A Housewife
1,937,220 4:44 2012-10-24
The Doctor's Office
The Doctor's Office
1,901,931 1:04 1992-12-15
Gin & Juice - Another Shot From Dr. Dre
Gin & Juice - Another Shot From Dr. Dre
1,806,120 3:00 2024-05-07
Ackrite - Instrumental
Ackrite - Instrumental
1,784,839 3:26 1999-11-17
Lil’ Ghetto Boy
Lil’ Ghetto Boy
1,773,789 4:20 1996-11-26
Housewife - Instrumental
Housewife - Instrumental
1,719,638 3:47 1999-11-17
Lolo (Intro) - Instrumental
Lolo (Intro) - Instrumental
1,656,179 0:42 1999-11-17
Some L.A. Niggaz - Instrumental
Some L.A. Niggaz - Instrumental
1,597,355 4:25 1999-11-17
Bar One - Instrumental
Bar One - Instrumental
1,574,578 0:52 1999-11-17
We Want Eazy - Remix
We Want Eazy - Remix
1,552,494 6:38 1988-09-13
The Knoc
The Knoc
1,518,856 4:11 2001-02-02
Bi*** Ni**az - Album Version (Edited)
Bi*** Ni**az - Album Version (Edited)
1,225,242 4:14 1999-11-16
Zoom - Soundtrack Version (Edit)
Zoom - Soundtrack Version (Edit)
1,204,075 4:16 1998-01-01
Keep Their Heads Ringin' - Instrumental
Keep Their Heads Ringin' - Instrumental
1,202,396 4:59 1995-03-07
No Diggity - Sam Wilkes & Brian Green Remix
No Diggity - Sam Wilkes & Brian Green Remix
925,312 4:37 2019-10-04
Still Me
Still Me
876,618 2:15 2010-08-26
Stronger (feat. Dr. Dre)
Stronger (feat. Dr. Dre)
863,639 5:27 2014-06-20
Crooked Cop
Crooked Cop
852,547 3:07 2013-03-10
Dr. Dre Outro
Dr. Dre Outro
807,004 0:31 2011-01-01
Ghetto Fabulous
Ghetto Fabulous
767,321 4:33 1998-01-01
Game Over
Game Over
764,066 4:51 1997-03-11
Firm Family
Firm Family
752,195 3:60 1997-01-01
Fistfull Of Dollars
Fistfull Of Dollars
708,219 3:30 2019-01-14
Game Over
Game Over
574,485 4:03 1997-12-15
Take A Hit - Instrumental
Take A Hit - Instrumental
542,194 4:36 1995-03-07
Ed-Ucation - Album Version (Edited)
Ed-Ucation - Album Version (Edited)
532,875 1:32 1999-11-16
No Diggity - Sam Wilkes & Brian Green Sample Free Remix
No Diggity - Sam Wilkes & Brian Green Sample Free Remix
531,796 4:34 2019-10-04
Monay
Monay
509,995 4:14 2003-11-24
Skit
Skit
504,793 0:39 2010-11-16
Ask Yourself a Question
Ask Yourself a Question
501,329 4:44 2014-04-29
Ask Yourself A Question
Ask Yourself A Question
501,329 4:47 1998-10-06
Puppet Master (feat. B Real & Dr. Dre) - Radio Edit
Puppet Master (feat. B Real & Dr. Dre) - Radio Edit
426,908 4:18 1997-05-01
Hollywood
Hollywood
258,277 3:22 2002-01-01
Bounce - Instrumental
Bounce - Instrumental
216,737 4:06 2007-04-02
Look Who (feat. Dr Dre)
Look Who (feat. Dr Dre)
205,902 2:59 2011-10-11
Compton Niggaz
Compton Niggaz
171,042 3:27 2008-12-10
Step on By
Step on By
166,464 5:16 2003-11-24
Finer Thangz
Finer Thangz
158,759 3:38 2009-03-17
U Better Recognize
U Better Recognize
146,810 3:53 1994-10-14
Judgement Day
Judgement Day
101,153 3:55 2013-09-25
Nuthin’ But A "G" Thang - Remix
Nuthin’ But A "G" Thang - Remix
91,036 4:34 1996-11-26
Six Gun - Dr. Dre .44 Mag Mix
Six Gun - Dr. Dre .44 Mag Mix
79,129 4:55 1987-09-11
The Juice
The Juice
77,709 4:14 2003-11-24
Let Me Ride - Remix
Let Me Ride - Remix
74,287 6:02 1996-11-26
Lil’ Ghetto Boy - Remix
Lil’ Ghetto Boy - Remix
60,372 4:52 1996-11-26
On Top Now (feat. Stat Quo & Dr. Dre)
On Top Now (feat. Stat Quo & Dr. Dre)
60,089 4:05 2018-04-20
Player
Player
54,425 5:25 1990-01-01
Doin the Most (feat. Dr.dre, Knc-Turn'al & Timebomm)
Doin the Most (feat. Dr.dre, Knc-Turn'al & Timebomm)
48,332 4:19 2015-07-04
Evon Is On
Evon Is On
48,283 4:52 2003-11-24
Where's T
Where's T
47,942 4:32 2003-11-24
Phone Tap
Phone Tap
43,442 3:05 2017-12-01
Puppet Master (feat. B Real & Dr. Dre) - Instrumental
Puppet Master (feat. B Real & Dr. Dre) - Instrumental
39,166 4:16 1997-05-01
Dre's Beat
Dre's Beat
38,958 3:34 2003-11-24
The Planet
The Planet
38,782 5:11 2003-11-24
Lovers
Lovers
34,205 7:07 2003-11-24
One Hundred Speakers
One Hundred Speakers
26,925 5:38 2007-06-19
Puppet Master (feat. B Real & Dr. Dre) - A Cappella
Puppet Master (feat. B Real & Dr. Dre) - A Cappella
17,428 4:07 1997-05-01
Hold On
Hold On
15,853 4:15 2008-11-11
Beamer, Benz, Or Bentley Flow (feat. Dr Dre & Bunz)
Beamer, Benz, Or Bentley Flow (feat. Dr Dre & Bunz)
12,642 5:38 2010-06-23
Back Against the Wall
Back Against the Wall
12,046 3:28 2011-11-09
Dr. Dre Intro
Dr. Dre Intro
5,032 0:26 2011-01-01
Streetz Won't Lie (Remix)
Streetz Won't Lie (Remix)
3,108 2:42 2022-12-20
Intro To Indo
Intro To Indo
2,805 0:25 2000-02-01
Dr. Dre 1
Dr. Dre 1
2,424 0:26 2011-01-01
Dr. Dre 2
Dr. Dre 2
2,053 0:25 2011-01-01
Dr. Dre 1
Dr. Dre 1
< 1000 0:26 2011-01-01

New releases

Gin & Juice (Another Shot From Dr. Dre)
Gin & Juice (Another Shot From Dr. Dre)
2024-05-07
[Big Loud Records]
Gin & Juice (Another Shot From Dr. Dre)
Gin & Juice (Another Shot From Dr. Dre)
2024-05-07
[Big Loud Records]
Gospel (with Eminem)
Gospel (with Eminem)
2022-02-04
[Aftermath/Interscope Records]
Black Privilege
Black Privilege
2022-02-04
[Aftermath/Interscope Records]
Diamond Mind (with Nipsey Hussle & Ty Dolla $ign)
Diamond Mind (with Nipsey Hussle & Ty Dolla $ign)
2022-02-04
[Aftermath/Interscope Records]
ETA (with Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes & Anderson .Paak)
ETA (with Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes & Anderson .Paak)
2022-02-04
[Aftermath/Interscope Records]
Fallin Up (with Thurz & Cocoa Sarai)
Fallin Up (with Thurz & Cocoa Sarai)
2022-02-04
[Aftermath/Interscope Records]
The Scenic Route (with Rick Ross & Anderson .Paak)
The Scenic Route (with Rick Ross & Anderson .Paak)
2022-02-04
[Aftermath/Interscope Records]
Compton
Compton
2015-08-21
[Dr. Dre LP3 PS]
Compton
Compton
2015-08-21
[Dr. Dre LP3 PS]
I Need A Doctor
I Need A Doctor
2011-02-01
[Aftermath]
I Need A Doctor
I Need A Doctor
2011-02-01
[Aftermath]
Kush
Kush
2010-11-18
[Aftermath]
Dr. Dre & Friends
Dr. Dre & Friends
2003-11-24
[K-Town Records]
2001 Instrumental
2001 Instrumental
1999-11-17
[Aftermath]
2001
2001
1999-11-16
[Aftermath]
2001
2001
1999-11-16
[Aftermath]
Keep Their Heads Ringin'
Keep Their Heads Ringin'
1995-03-07
[Priority Records]
The Chronic
The Chronic
1992-12-15
[ARY, Inc. under exclusive license to Interscope Records]
Six Gun (Dr. Dre .44 Mag Mix)
Six Gun (Dr. Dre .44 Mag Mix)
1987-09-11
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