Still D.R.E.

Album: 2001 (1999)
Charted: 6 93
  • This song was Dr. Dre's message that he had returned to prominence in the Rap/Hip-Hop world. The song's beat has often been credited to being Dre's best produced beat and is definitely one of the most memorable. This song reestablished himself as a top notch rapper as well as a world class producer. >>
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  • Snoop Dogg raps on this track with Dre. Several rappers appeared on the 2001 album, including Dre's protégé Eminem.
  • Scott Storch produced this track with Dre and Mel-Man. It was a big break for Storch, who became a huge hitmaker soon after, producing tracks for Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera, Beyoncé and 50 Cent.
  • The Hype Williams-directed video follows Dre and Snoop Dogg as they cruise around in lowrider cars. Cameo appearances include The D.O.C., Eminem, Pharrell Williams, and Shaquille O'Neal.

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