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« Reply #25 on: May 21, 2011, 02:58:27 AM »
No doubt in mind he was all up in those two jams. Sad to see how he doesnt get the credit he deserves on there.

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This mans contribution to music is fucking impressive.

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he said he helped, that could mean anything.

We all know what "help" could mean. Listen to Dogg Food, Dre only "helped" mixing that record.

I'm also interested in knowing what Quik did on Doggfather. That album is hard as fuck.

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no you don't you wasn't there.

if quik wrote music or mixed the song he would have been credited

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« Reply #26 on: May 21, 2011, 06:32:09 AM »
No doubt in mind he was all up in those two jams. Sad to see how he doesnt get the credit he deserves on there.

Greed can do major damage to a man.  :-X

This mans contribution to music is fucking impressive.

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he said he helped, that could mean anything.

We all know what "help" could mean. Listen to Dogg Food, Dre only "helped" mixing that record.

I'm also interested in knowing what Quik did on Doggfather. That album is hard as fuck.

W
no you don't you wasn't there.

if quik wrote music or mixed the song he would have been credited

It doesn't always go like that though.
 

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Re: DJ Quik helped make "In Da Club"?
« Reply #27 on: May 21, 2011, 09:16:46 AM »
espicially when dre is involeved
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Re: Q
« Reply #28 on: May 22, 2011, 03:45:25 PM »
No doubt in mind he was all up in those two jams. Sad to see how he doesnt get the credit he deserves on there.

Greed can do major damage to a man.  :-X

This mans contribution to music is fucking impressive.

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Doesn't work that way homeboy, musicians always go uncredited for shit they do on albums.

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he said he helped, that could mean anything.

We all know what "help" could mean. Listen to Dogg Food, Dre only "helped" mixing that record.

I'm also interested in knowing what Quik did on Doggfather. That album is hard as fuck.

W
no you don't you wasn't there.

if quik wrote music or mixed the song he would have been credited

Doesn't work that way homeboy, musicians always go uncredited for shit they do on albums.

W
« Last Edit: May 22, 2011, 04:16:03 PM by BiG*WiCkEd »
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Re: DJ Quik helped make "In Da Club"?
« Reply #29 on: May 22, 2011, 03:59:02 PM »
thread read 1160 times :)
dj quik is very powerful, woooooo


 

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Re: DJ Quik helped make "In Da Club"?
« Reply #30 on: May 22, 2011, 04:26:26 PM »
LMAO, this turns into a thread dissing Dr. Dre......you kids need to leave this bullshit alone and try another route. 8)
EVERY LAST ONE OF ''Y-O-U'' BELIEVE THAT DR. DRE HAS MADE THESE SONG's FOR ''Y-O-U''.
THE REALITY IS THAT THE SONG's ARE ''ABOUT Y-O-U'' !!!!!!
 

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« Reply #31 on: May 22, 2011, 05:06:02 PM »
No doubt in mind he was all up in those two jams. Sad to see how he doesnt get the credit he deserves on there.

Greed can do major damage to a man.  :-X

This mans contribution to music is fucking impressive.

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he said he helped, that could mean anything.

We all know what "help" could mean. Listen to Dogg Food, Dre only "helped" mixing that record.

I'm also interested in knowing what Quik did on Doggfather. That album is hard as fuck.

W

Dre didn't 'help' mixing Dogg Food lol he did mix that album and ghost-produced alot of it too (confirmed by Snoop).
 

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Re: DJ Quik helped make "In Da Club"?
« Reply #32 on: May 22, 2011, 05:21:13 PM »
Yeah I tend to believe snoop on that one cuz he's usually pretty hard on dre so he wouldn't just side with him for no reason

That says a lot about daz tho. So dre "took" his beats on the chronic/doggystyle but allowed daz to take his beats on dogg food yet he still has the nerve to call dre out for stealing beats? Nigga so did you!
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Re: DJ Quik helped make "In Da Club"?
« Reply #33 on: May 23, 2011, 12:33:49 AM »
It's different. You imply that Dre did beats that Daz supposedly jacked for Dogg Food. If anything, Dre did the same thing for The Chronic & Dogg Food. In both cases, Daz probably did the basic beats (only on a couple songs on Chronic, Rat-Tat-Tat and High Powered) and came out with the concepts/samples and Dre (along with Soopafly, Emmanuel Dean and other dudes) added his midas touch to it, and mixed it.

Snoop is not a reliable source when it comes to interviews though. Not saying this particular story isn't true but dude just like to bend facts to fit his main argument. Like how he said in one interview that Nas was rolling 30 deep and got tested by Pac and then in another one the same story became Nas, this time rolling 100 deep was the better man and gave Pac a pass in spite of his dissing Nas. Snoop is a moody, jealous dude so when he feels slighted by something he's gonna rearrange facts to prove his point. In the interview about Dogg Food, Snoop also said that Daz's and Warren's carreer were complete garbage save for Warren's Regulate... G-Funk Era & In The Mid-Nite Hour ::)

Snoop's interview proves Dre was involved during Dogg Food, which is old news since he's credited for mixing all the tracks. But what Snoop maybe interpreting as producing a song was really mixing the songs. I'm no specialist but mixing seems to be a very important yet undernoticed part when producing a track, and it happens to be Dre's forté. So all I'm saying is we shouldn't take Snoop's words as gospel. However, call it how you want, but Dre did contribute a lot to Dogg Food's sound, even if Daz probably did most of the work, hence his producer's credits.
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Re: Q
« Reply #34 on: May 23, 2011, 01:38:45 AM »
No doubt in mind he was all up in those two jams. Sad to see how he doesnt get the credit he deserves on there.

Greed can do major damage to a man.  :-X

This mans contribution to music is fucking impressive.

 8)

Doesn't work that way homeboy, musicians always go uncredited for shit they do on albums.

W


W
he said he helped, that could mean anything.

We all know what "help" could mean. Listen to Dogg Food, Dre only "helped" mixing that record.

I'm also interested in knowing what Quik did on Doggfather. That album is hard as fuck.

W
no you don't you wasn't there.

if quik wrote music or mixed the song he would have been credited

Doesn't work that way homeboy, musicians always go uncredited for shit they do on albums.

W
mike elizondo is credited.

shmosh

Re: DJ Quik helped make "In Da Club"?
« Reply #35 on: May 23, 2011, 03:15:45 AM »
It's different. You imply that Dre did beats that Daz supposedly jacked for Dogg Food. If anything, Dre did the same thing for The Chronic & Dogg Food. In both cases, Daz probably did the basic beats (only on a couple songs on Chronic, Rat-Tat-Tat and High Powered) and came out with the concepts/samples and Dre (along with Soopafly, Emmanuel Dean and other dudes) added his midas touch to it, and mixed it.

well firstly Soopa wasn't around for the Chronic or Doggystyle (he was discovered around MWTC era). Secondly I don't believe Dre 'jacked' beats. He's a producer, it's only Daz who cried about Dre not giving him credit for giving him a sample. Then Daz had a pissy fit and removed U Can't C Me from Dogg Food and removed all credit from Dre because he was too retarded to know the difference between being a producer and a beatmaker.

Snoop's interview proves Dre was involved during Dogg Food, which is old news since he's credited for mixing all the tracks. But what Snoop maybe interpreting as producing a song was really mixing the songs. I'm no specialist but mixing seems to be a very important yet undernoticed part when producing a track, and it happens to be Dre's forté. So all I'm saying is we shouldn't take Snoop's words as gospel. However, call it how you want, but Dre did contribute a lot to Dogg Food's sound, even if Daz probably did most of the work, hence his producer's credits.

I'd suggest that Dre did alot on that album, his sound is all over Dogg Pound Gangstaz, Respect, Let's Play House. Let's not forget Daz also took Dre's production on OG 2 BG and claimed it was his own with minimal difference on the Chronic 2000 compilation.

Dre does alot more uncredited work than it seems, even to this day he recreated that beat Havoc did for Game (said in the making of the Documentary by Havoc) as Havoc lost the sample, but Dre did it all uncredited. Same with Kush with DJ Khali, Dre added bits again uncredited.
 

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« Reply #36 on: May 23, 2011, 07:48:47 AM »
No doubt in mind he was all up in those two jams. Sad to see how he doesnt get the credit he deserves on there.

Greed can do major damage to a man.  :-X

This mans contribution to music is fucking impressive.

 8)


W
he said he helped, that could mean anything.

We all know what "help" could mean. Listen to Dogg Food, Dre only "helped" mixing that record.

I'm also interested in knowing what Quik did on Doggfather. That album is hard as fuck.

W
no you don't you wasn't there.

if quik wrote music or mixed the song he would have been credited

It doesn't always go like that though.

yeah quik had problems doin outside work when he was on profile... its a bunch of stuff he prolly didnt get credit 4

hell they thanked daz n kurupt thanked david blake in the credits of dogg food..

i useta wonder y they didnt say quik..instead they said his goverment
 

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Re: DJ Quik helped make "In Da Club"?
« Reply #37 on: May 23, 2011, 10:07:29 AM »
It's different. You imply that Dre did beats that Daz supposedly jacked for Dogg Food. If anything, Dre did the same thing for The Chronic & Dogg Food. In both cases, Daz probably did the basic beats (only on a couple songs on Chronic, Rat-Tat-Tat and High Powered) and came out with the concepts/samples and Dre (along with Soopafly, Emmanuel Dean and other dudes) added his midas touch to it, and mixed it.

well firstly Soopa wasn't around for the Chronic or Doggystyle (he was discovered around MWTC era). Secondly I don't believe Dre 'jacked' beats. He's a producer, it's only Daz who cried about Dre not giving him credit for giving him a sample. Then Daz had a pissy fit and removed U Can't C Me from Dogg Food and removed all credit from Dre because he was too retarded to know the difference between being a producer and a beatmaker.

Well I meant Soopafly and Emmanuel Dean for Dogg Food since they are credited as co-producers and instrumentalists. I don't believe Dre jacked beats either and I didn't say he did, I just said GangstaBoogy implied Daz jacked Dre's beats.

Snoop's interview proves Dre was involved during Dogg Food, which is old news since he's credited for mixing all the tracks. But what Snoop maybe interpreting as producing a song was really mixing the songs. I'm no specialist but mixing seems to be a very important yet undernoticed part when producing a track, and it happens to be Dre's forté. So all I'm saying is we shouldn't take Snoop's words as gospel. However, call it how you want, but Dre did contribute a lot to Dogg Food's sound, even if Daz probably did most of the work, hence his producer's credits.

I'd suggest that Dre did alot on that album, his sound is all over Dogg Pound Gangstaz, Respect, Let's Play House. Let's not forget Daz also took Dre's production on OG 2 BG and claimed it was his own with minimal difference on the Chronic 2000 compilation.

Dre does alot more uncredited work than it seems, even to this day he recreated that beat Havoc did for Game (said in the making of the Documentary by Havoc) as Havoc lost the sample, but Dre did it all uncredited. Same with Kush with DJ Khali, Dre added bits again uncredited.

Dre's sound is all over Dogg Food that's for sure but what I meant was that it maybe owed to the fact that he MIXED the records. And that may seem tiny but that's an essential part of the process sonically speaking. Like if you listen to a song recorded at K-Lou studio and mixed by K-Lou but not produced by say Stevie D. you'll still hear K-Lou's sound all over the song. My previous post was just to say that the process between the songs where Daz did the beats on Chronic and Dogg Food must have been the same => Daz must have done the bulk of the work and Dre added all the needed elements for it to sound crisp and dope and erased all the faults.

again the producer/co-producer credit business is shady. and the definition in hip-hop is very blurry. i think everyone who contributed to the direction of the song should be listed as "co-producer", as Daz and Dre were for Afro Puff. or like for example, when Big C-Style came up with the hook for "it's all good" with the Joy & Pain sample and the Teddy pendergrass interpolation he should have been listed as co-producer.
 

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Re: DJ Quik helped make "In Da Club"?
« Reply #38 on: May 23, 2011, 10:18:57 AM »
@bouli77

Its not different. Maybe Dre letting Daz take credit on Dogg Food for songs he produced was his way of apologizing to Daz for not giving him the credit he felt he deserved on The Chronic / Doggystyle.

What I'm saying is at that point they were even. Daz probably shouldve kept his moth closed and moved on. His decision to go all delmar grumpers played a big roll in him NOT being on the Up In Smoke tour even after he basically begged on the radio
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« Reply #39 on: May 23, 2011, 10:30:26 AM »
yeah i know what u mean, that's another story though. I think Dre let Daz get all the production credits cause he was pressured to do so by Daz & others (Suge), and also because he knew that this album would have poor commercial replay value and he wouldn't get royalty checks that much anyway compared to music from Doggystyle or The Chronic. If Daz had behaved like Chris The Glove Taylor, i.e. not bitching and taking the whole Death Row experience as "college education", Dre wouldn't have blackballed him.
 

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« Reply #40 on: May 23, 2011, 10:29:03 PM »
goddamn enough with the daz dogg food shit again. yeah dre probably did helped more than mixing but shit its all speculation and its gonna remain that way

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Re: DJ Quik helped make "In Da Club"?
« Reply #41 on: May 24, 2011, 02:14:24 AM »
yeah i know what u mean, that's another story though. I think Dre let Daz get all the production credits cause he was pressured to do so by Daz & others (Suge), and also because he knew that this album would have poor commercial replay value and he wouldn't get royalty checks that much anyway compared to music from Doggystyle or The Chronic. If Daz had behaved like Chris The Glove Taylor, i.e. not bitching and taking the whole Death Row experience as "college education", Dre wouldn't have blackballed him.
dre didn't blackball daz, i don't see the point in making that up

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Re: DJ Quik helped make "In Da Club"?
« Reply #42 on: May 24, 2011, 03:19:44 AM »
yeah my bad blackballing isnt the best term.
 

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Re: DJ Quik helped make "In Da Club"?
« Reply #43 on: May 24, 2011, 07:34:00 AM »
yeah my bad blackballing isnt the best term.
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« Reply #44 on: June 22, 2011, 06:30:43 AM »
LMAO, this turns into a thread dissing Dr. Dre......you kids need to leave this bullshit alone and try another route. 8)

Word.

Back to the topic. It is confirmed by Quik himself on what contribution he made to the track.

"We [Dr Dre] actually worked together with Eminem and 50. A lot of people don't know that.
'In Da Club', that's my drum claps."


I'll rip the audio of him saying it in a short interview soon.
 

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Re: DJ Quik helped make "In Da Club"?
« Reply #45 on: June 29, 2011, 04:43:17 AM »
LMAO, this turns into a thread dissing Dr. Dre......you kids need to leave this bullshit alone and try another route. 8)

Word.

Back to the topic. It is confirmed by Quik himself on what contribution he made to the track.

"We [Dr Dre] actually worked together with Eminem and 50. A lot of people don't know that.
'In Da Club', that's my drum claps."


I'll rip the audio of him saying it in a short interview soon.

When?