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Re: What will be Aftermath's legacy?
« Reply #100 on: September 06, 2009, 05:00:22 PM »
I remember reading he left the tour early to go back and finish off his album, but I guess that didn't go to well for him lol
 

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Re: What will be Aftermath's legacy?
« Reply #101 on: September 07, 2009, 12:00:48 AM »
aftermath was just a 2 man label, Dre and EM.  I guess you could throw in 50 in there


Game was also a massive hit for them, but in terms of Aftermath only artists it was just Dre

Im sure Dre regrets keeping 50 instead of Game

Whats the basis of that? 50 stays out selling Game, his last album didn't even go platinum.

The Doctors Advocate & L.A.X. were a lot better than Curtis. Plus 50 even said it himself that Dre doesnt want to work with him anymore.
right, that's why he has Dre on his mixtape :laugh:

The Doctors Advocate & L.A.X. were a lot better than Curtis. Plus 50 even said it himself that Dre doesnt want to work with him anymore.

Yeah, but it's all about that money. Dr. Dre don't have the time to be workin' with 50 because he workin' on "Detox".
you're kidding right? i don't know what Dre is doing right now, but not too long ago he went in the studio with 50 cent for Before i self destruct