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After nearly three years since their last group effort, D-12 is finally ready to release their new (and possible final) album, "Natural Born Killers".

After delays pending from the tragic loss of member Proof, the album is slated to be released June 19th.
Executive produced by Mr. Porter, guest appearances are said to be Obie Trice, Nate Dogg, Dina Rae, 50 Cent, Three 6 Mafia, Fat Killahz and Big Herk. With production coming Eminem, Dr. Dre, Timbaland, Kanye West, Hi-Tek, Swizz Beatz and J.R. Rotem.

The first single, which revolves around fans who are unhappy with Eminem and D-12ís most recent work, is set to hit the radio in April.

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In related news, Eminem has been in LA recording music with Dr. Dre and Bishop Lamont for his fifth solo Aftermath album as well as Dre's "DETOX" and Bishop's "The Reformation". Em's yet to be titled LP is expected in November of 2007 and is executive produced by Dr. Dre.

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2007, 05:10:41 AM »
exec produced by mr. porter, dope
army of the pharaohs never make love songs
we finger fuck bitches with freddy krueger gloves on
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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #2 on: March 11, 2007, 05:46:48 AM »
wack title

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #3 on: March 11, 2007, 05:58:11 AM »
Hope Mr. Porter can bring a different flavor to D-12 this time. Their last effort was sorta... meh...
 

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #4 on: March 11, 2007, 06:04:16 AM »
Their latest was wack.. anyway that will be out most likely in September... 50 is coming in June.. I'm tired of artists/websites giving release dates when they know these are unrealistic
 

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #5 on: March 11, 2007, 06:23:54 AM »
Interesting title in light of the killing of Proof.
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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #6 on: March 11, 2007, 06:41:03 AM »
After nearly three years since their last group effort, D-12 is finally ready to release their new (and possible final) album, "Natural Born Killers".

After delays pending from the tragic loss of member Proof, the album is slated to be released June 19th.
Executive produced by Mr. Porter, guest appearances are said to be Obie Trice, Nate Dogg, Dina Rae, 50 Cent, Three 6 Mafia, Fat Killahz and Big Herk. With production coming Eminem, Dr. Dre, Timbaland, Kanye West, Hi-Tek, Swizz Beatz and J.R. Rotem.

The first single, which revolves around fans who are unhappy with Eminem and D-12ís most recent work, is set to hit the radio in April.

Hiphopdx.com

In related news, Eminem has been in LA recording music with Dr. Dre and Bishop Lamont for his fifth solo Aftermath album as well as Dre's "DETOX" and Bishop's "The Reformation". Em's yet to be titled LP is expected in November of 2007 and is executive produced by Dr. Dre.

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not a good look if this is true, the fans are right their most recent work has been wack
 

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #7 on: March 11, 2007, 08:11:37 AM »
Dont like the album title


 

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #9 on: March 11, 2007, 09:06:03 AM »
waitin on this. the more i listened to there last 1, the more it grew on me
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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #10 on: March 11, 2007, 10:02:44 AM »
good to hear theres gonna be plenty of em this year
 

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #11 on: March 11, 2007, 10:08:14 AM »
Last D-12 album?
What will happen to Eminems wack freinds then?

They should shoot the first video in that ghetto nightclub where Proof got whacked, shockin muthafuckas part of the D-12 style.
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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #12 on: March 11, 2007, 10:39:12 AM »
Interesting title in light of the killing of Proof.

lol, I was thinking the same... If they were really some natural born killers, Proof wouldn't be dead. It has been kinda ridiculous of them to continue bragging about killing and voilence anyway. Natural Born Hypocrits, you say?
 

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« Reply #13 on: March 11, 2007, 10:44:13 AM »
Hopefully theres none of that "My Band" shit on there and not give Bizarre his own song like the last one.
 

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« Reply #14 on: March 11, 2007, 10:53:22 AM »
Hopefully theres none of that "My Band" shit on there and not give Bizarre his own song like the last one.

The first single, which revolves around fans who are unhappy with Eminem and D-12ís most recent work, is set to hit the radio in April.

That alone should tell you enough. That's My Band part 2.
 

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #15 on: March 11, 2007, 12:05:04 PM »
Interesting title in light of the killing of Proof.

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Last D-12 album?
What will happen to Eminems wack freinds then?

They should shoot the first video in that ghetto nightclub where Proof got whacked, shockin muthafuckas part of the D-12 style.

would be dope, but they prolly won't do it.

Interesting title in light of the killing of Proof.

lol, I was thinking the same... If they were really some natural born killers, Proof wouldn't be dead. It has been kinda ridiculous of them to continue bragging about killing and voilence anyway. Natural Born Hypocrits, you say?

Uh, didn't Proof shoot people that night too? Killers get killed I suppose.

Hopefully theres none of that "My Band" shit on there and not give Bizarre his own song like the last one.

I wasn't into rap at the time when it came out, so it was a perfectly amusing song and frankly...it's more clever than over 80% of the hip hop that surrounded it on the radio.

Hopefully theres none of that "My Band" shit on there and not give Bizarre his own song like the last one.

The first single, which revolves around fans who are unhappy with Eminem and D-12’s most recent work, is set to hit the radio in April.

That alone should tell you enough. That's My Band part 2.

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #16 on: March 11, 2007, 12:08:02 PM »
Will b interestin 2 hear, bet the title changes tho, cant see it bein released under that 1!
I will believe Detox when I hear a single for it and have the album in my hands.
but what if you loose your hands before Detox drops?
 

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #17 on: March 11, 2007, 12:09:12 PM »
d12 are wack, my band was wack, sounds like myband part 2 is coming out soon and dre is waisting his time on these niggaz throght allienaces with eminem and mr porter....money talks nigga.....these niggas aint shit....last album was wack
 

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #18 on: March 11, 2007, 12:47:56 PM »
d12 are wack, my band was wack, sounds like myband part 2 is coming out soon and dre is waisting his time on these niggaz throght allienaces with eminem and mr porter....money talks nigga.....these niggas aint shit....last album was wack

i think these guys are ok, when trying. yea, my band is wack. but they've done some dope tracks as well. Mr. Porter is a dope producer as well.
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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #19 on: March 11, 2007, 02:20:14 PM »
After the last album or Eminem's latest work I'm not too eager for a new album.  I was anticipating D12 World after hearing "When The Music Stops" and "Rap Game" but then instead they gave us "My Band" and "40 Oz."  It's good to see that Denaun is executive producing the album.  If this is the group's last album his producing will keep him around.  He's easily my favorite member in D12 (that's including Eminem).  Thanks for the news. 
 

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #20 on: March 11, 2007, 05:09:23 PM »
I dont understand why people hate on commercial singles so much. Dont get me wrong, that's not my preference at all... but not everything is supposed to be hardcore killa shit. I remember when "My Name Is...", "The Real Slim Shady" and "Purple Pills" first hit the airwaves people were bumpin' it. Even the so called "Hip Hop Heads" were saying it was catchy and funny and stuff. I remeber the same thing happening to Nas around the time "Nastradamus" came out. People were all of a sudden being super critical and hating on Nas for everything he did. It's like they expect everything he does to be on some super Illmatic shit. Then he dropped "Stillmatic" and all of a sudden people loved him whether he had a commercial single or not. Fans these days, man...
 

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #21 on: March 11, 2007, 05:15:42 PM »
I dont understand why people hate on commercial singles so much. Dont get me wrong, that's not my preference at all... but not everything is supposed to be hardcore killa shit. I remember when "My Name Is...", "The Real Slim Shady" and "Purple Pills" first hit the airwaves people were bumpin' it. Even the so called "Hip Hop Heads" were saying it was catchy and funny and stuff. I remeber the same thing happening to Nas around the time "Nastradamus" came out. People were all of a sudden being super critical and hating on Nas for everything he did. It's like they expect everything he does to be on some super Illmatic shit. Then he dropped "Stillmatic" and all of a sudden people loved him whether he had a commercial single or not. Fans these days, man...

people like shit which is dope, whether it is commercial or not is a minor...my name is....real slim shady never got hated at the time because it was what it was....it did its job but it wasnot too stupid either......my band was terrible....only people who were bumpin purple pulls were white teeny boppers....everyone knows that....no hiphop fans bumped that bullshit....not because it was commercial, because it was wack..nobody give a fuck if a joint commercial or not.....everybody bumped in da club, everybody bumped that shit till they b-box got killed

its just theres a difference between being a fan and just liking everything.....imma big aftermath fan, but i couldnt give a fuck about dickridin a nigga....if its wack its wack, if its dope its dope, nuttin mo nuttin less
 

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #22 on: March 11, 2007, 05:19:19 PM »
I dont understand why people hate on commercial singles so much. Dont get me wrong, that's not my preference at all... but not everything is supposed to be hardcore killa shit. I remember when "My Name Is...", "The Real Slim Shady" and "Purple Pills" first hit the airwaves people were bumpin' it. Even the so called "Hip Hop Heads" were saying it was catchy and funny and stuff. I remeber the same thing happening to Nas around the time "Nastradamus" came out. People were all of a sudden being super critical and hating on Nas for everything he did. It's like they expect everything he does to be on some super Illmatic shit. Then he dropped "Stillmatic" and all of a sudden people loved him whether he had a commercial single or not. Fans these days, man...

people like shit which is dope, whether it is commercial or not is a minor...my name is....real slim shady never got hated at the time because it was what it was....it did its job but it wasnot too stupid either......my band was terrible....only people who were bumpin purple pulls were white teeny boppers....everyone knows that....no hiphop fans bumped that bullshit....not because it was commercial, because it was wack..nobody give a fuck if a joint commercial or not.....everybody bumped in da club, everybody bumped that shit till they b-box got killed

its just theres a difference between being a fan and just liking everything.....imma big aftermath fan, but i couldnt give a fuck about dickridin a nigga....if its wack its wack, if its dope its dope, nuttin mo nuttin less

I can agree with that. It just seems that when someone drops a bad album (e.g. Em) than everyone becomes so critical that even if he dropped some dope shit people wouldn't really acknowledge, feel me? It doesn't really matter, though... just an opinion.
 

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #23 on: March 11, 2007, 05:24:53 PM »
^^^true but that is the price of fame feel me? these cats be livin the dream mang, no mornin job, no true stress....they livin the dream, got fame and everything....and that is the small price they must pay....we make these cats rich so we got a lil right to be angered at there weaker shit right? because we praise them too much when they droppin heat...


but when a fallen cat comes with some incredible shit(undeniable shit which most people will recognize.eg.stillmatic), the position that cat will be at then, a nigga willl have never reached befo, its a beautiful thang man....eveyrthing comes with a price homie
 

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Re: Dr. Dre Produces For D12's 3rd (and possibly last) Album Due in June
« Reply #24 on: March 11, 2007, 05:56:41 PM »
That's true. I guess that makes Em's case a lil' harder being that he was so huge from '99 to '02, he seemed untouchable. So the first mistake he makes; the results are that much as bad. I guess his only hope is to release a dope album... only then would he regain some of what he's lost, huh?