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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #1450 on: March 14, 2007, 02:39:33 PM »
I see.. how come you don't trust Big Mike, has he/other DJs lied about Dre beats before?
All the time.  Can't tell you how many times a JR, Storch, Mel-man, etc. beat is identifyed by a mixtape DJ as Dre.

hm, i guess for my purposes it's all good. to me it's all about context. what i'm doing with dre tracks is contextualizing them onto mix/albums i make for my own enjoyment while waiting for detox. so when clyde carson's two step and bishop lamont's translator came out as prod.dre, it's all good cause they sound like dre, are not out of context on my dre mixes and frankly such beats wouldn't exist if not for what dre has done. what is '2 step' but an improved upon 'if i can't' ?

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« Reply #1451 on: March 15, 2007, 08:20:38 AM »
I think this confirms that Dre only mixed "Problems" for Sunshine Anderson.

On Billboard.com, the credits for the song are:

Problems:  Morgan, V./City, Mike/Anderson, Sunshine

and from Ballerstatus.com...

BallerStatus.com: Who else is on the album?

Sunshine Anderson: Mike City, Raphael Saadiq is on the album. We got a nice mix by Dr. Dre. We have some new producers on the album. Matt Maadix produced "Sunshine At Midnight." We got some great writing on this album.

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« Reply #1452 on: March 15, 2007, 08:23:37 AM »
WTF!? I thought Daz Produced "Just Doggin"  ???

Me too, for all these years... I personally doubt it was Dre, that beat just Screams Daz, particularly with those drums
 

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« Reply #1453 on: March 15, 2007, 10:13:51 AM »
I think this confirms that Dre only mixed "Problems" for Sunshine Anderson.

On Billboard.com, the credits for the song are:

Problems:  Morgan, V./City, Mike/Anderson, Sunshine

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« Reply #1454 on: March 15, 2007, 11:15:37 AM »
WTF!? I thought Daz Produced "Just Doggin"  ???

Me too, for all these years... I personally doubt it was Dre, that beat just Screams Daz, particularly with those drums


A good portion of early Dre beats were co-produced by Daz (with no credit)...
 

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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #1455 on: March 16, 2007, 02:55:59 AM »
I think this confirms that Dre only mixed "Problems" for Sunshine Anderson.

On Billboard.com, the credits for the song are:

Problems:  Morgan, V./City, Mike/Anderson, Sunshine

and from Ballerstatus.com...

BallerStatus.com: Who else is on the album?

Sunshine Anderson: Mike City, Raphael Saadiq is on the album. We got a nice mix by Dr. Dre. We have some new producers on the album. Matt Maadix produced "Sunshine At Midnight." We got some great writing on this album.

Jome, it's your call homie.
I could be wrong but.....
Music artists rarely say shit correctly, I've never in my life (though maybe hip hop's mad different in the 5 years I was gone) heard someone brag about getting their song mixed by a dope producer. She probably meant he produced it. furthermore, a producer didn't necessarily have a hand in writing a song, especially in more conventional songs(ie: not rap songs, where the producer is expected to make the music.) like this r and b one. chances are the chords and melody and lyrics were already written and dre just had to program drums and re-instrumentate additional to coaching the vocals. all of which involves no writing. i could be wrong though, just a thought.

WTF!? I thought Daz Produced "Just Doggin"  ???

Me too, for all these years... I personally doubt it was Dre, that beat just Screams Daz, particularly with those drums


A good portion of early Dre beats were co-produced by Daz (with no credit)...

Daz got his style from Dre, I don't think the other way around. Just ask snoopy.. ah, i love it, we've been having this argument since 99....

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« Reply #1456 on: March 16, 2007, 11:35:48 AM »
^^ Yer i do remember in one interview snoop saying that Daz was trying to take credit for stuff he didnt do. He said infact dre didnt get proper credit for his work on Dogg Food.
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« Reply #1457 on: March 16, 2007, 01:13:42 PM »
I think this confirms that Dre only mixed "Problems" for Sunshine Anderson.

On Billboard.com, the credits for the song are:

Problems:  Morgan, V./City, Mike/Anderson, Sunshine

and from Ballerstatus.com...

BallerStatus.com: Who else is on the album?

Sunshine Anderson: Mike City, Raphael Saadiq is on the album. We got a nice mix by Dr. Dre. We have some new producers on the album. Matt Maadix produced "Sunshine At Midnight." We got some great writing on this album.

Jome, it's your call homie.
I could be wrong but.....
Music artists rarely say shit correctly, I've never in my life (though maybe hip hop's mad different in the 5 years I was gone) heard someone brag about getting their song mixed by a dope producer. She probably meant he produced it. furthermore, a producer didn't necessarily have a hand in writing a song, especially in more conventional songs(ie: not rap songs, where the producer is expected to make the music.) like this r and b one. chances are the chords and melody and lyrics were already written and dre just had to program drums and re-instrumentate additional to coaching the vocals. all of which involves no writing. i could be wrong though, just a thought.

WTF!? I thought Daz Produced "Just Doggin"  ???

Me too, for all these years... I personally doubt it was Dre, that beat just Screams Daz, particularly with those drums


A good portion of early Dre beats were co-produced by Daz (with no credit)...

Daz got his style from Dre, I don't think the other way around. Just ask snoopy.. ah, i love it, we've been having this argument since 99....

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^^Daz & Warren G worked on a good portion of "Doggystyle"...
 

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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #1458 on: March 16, 2007, 03:32:40 PM »
I think this confirms that Dre only mixed "Problems" for Sunshine Anderson.

On Billboard.com, the credits for the song are:

Problems:  Morgan, V./City, Mike/Anderson, Sunshine

and from Ballerstatus.com...

BallerStatus.com: Who else is on the album?

Sunshine Anderson: Mike City, Raphael Saadiq is on the album. We got a nice mix by Dr. Dre. We have some new producers on the album. Matt Maadix produced "Sunshine At Midnight." We got some great writing on this album.

Jome, it's your call homie.
I could be wrong but.....
Music artists rarely say shit correctly, I've never in my life (though maybe hip hop's mad different in the 5 years I was gone) heard someone brag about getting their song mixed by a dope producer. She probably meant he produced it. furthermore, a producer didn't necessarily have a hand in writing a song, especially in more conventional songs(ie: not rap songs, where the producer is expected to make the music.) like this r and b one. chances are the chords and melody and lyrics were already written and dre just had to program drums and re-instrumentate additional to coaching the vocals. all of which involves no writing. i could be wrong though, just a thought.

WTF!? I thought Daz Produced "Just Doggin"  ???

Me too, for all these years... I personally doubt it was Dre, that beat just Screams Daz, particularly with those drums


A good portion of early Dre beats were co-produced by Daz (with no credit)...

Daz got his style from Dre, I don't think the other way around. Just ask snoopy.. ah, i love it, we've been having this argument since 99....

-T




^^Daz & Warren G worked on a good portion of "Doggystyle"...

yeah, no denying that. but it was in a beatmaker role, not a production role. and they were learning both from dre.

like how there are some songs that mike elizondo has co writer credits but not co production credits?  because elizondo may have come up with that bass/guitar riff but dre produced it. did you read that snoop interview where he goes off defending dre and shit? it's classic.

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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #1459 on: March 16, 2007, 03:53:45 PM »
I get what you're sayin Tanj, thing is I'm pretty sure if Dre did anything more than mix the record, like if he co-produced, he would've been listed as a writer. If one has followed actual booklet credits for Dre's work in recent years, his name is only listed when he's the main producer. Mixing and even additional contributions sometimes don't get the publishing rights to a song.
 

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« Reply #1460 on: March 16, 2007, 03:57:19 PM »
I get what you're sayin Tanj, thing is I'm pretty sure if Dre did anything more than mix the record, like if he co-produced, he would've been listed as a writer. If one has followed actual booklet credits for Dre's work in recent years, his name is only listed when he's the main producer. Mixing and even additional contributions sometimes don't get the publishing rights to a song.

i'm at work so my documentary booklet ain't on me but do you know if he got wriing credits for his work on 'don't need your love' from documentary

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« Reply #1461 on: March 16, 2007, 04:40:30 PM »
Yeah, that joint is credited to only Game and Havoc. Dre handled additional production and mixing.
 

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« Reply #1462 on: March 16, 2007, 04:41:29 PM »
Yeah, that joint is credited to only Game and Havoc. Dre handled additional production and mixing.

kinda what i was getting at, you could produce and mix without writing anything. not saying he defo produced that sunshine anderson joint...but I think, personally, that he did.

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« Reply #1463 on: March 16, 2007, 04:47:03 PM »
True, I look at it like this though. There's 3 different levels of being credited. "Produced by", "Co-Produced by" and "Additional Production". I would assume only the first 2 count as being official 'Dre beats', while the third level is just a song he tweaked and\or polished up.
 

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« Reply #1464 on: March 16, 2007, 05:06:00 PM »
True, I look at it like this though. There's 3 different levels of being credited. "Produced by", "Co-Produced by" and "Additional Production". I would assume only the first 2 count as being official 'Dre beats', while the third level is just a song he tweaked and\or polished up.

makes sense, I ain't picky. if dre did more than mix, I'm a have to secure it

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« Reply #1465 on: March 16, 2007, 09:35:04 PM »
that snare on problems sounded like a dre snare i think dre probably produced that
 

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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #1466 on: March 17, 2007, 04:34:04 PM »
March 13th:
Young Buck
feat. 50 Cent - Hold On
feat. Chester Bennington of Linkin Park - Slow Ya Roll
feat. LeToya Williams - U Ain't Goin' Nowhere

Slow Ya Roll is such a hot song!  8) Dre killed the production and Buck performed well.  All the dre beats on Bucks album are really good, lovin them!
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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #1467 on: March 18, 2007, 06:51:15 PM »
I think this confirms that Dre only mixed "Problems" for Sunshine Anderson.

On Billboard.com, the credits for the song are:

Problems:  Morgan, V./City, Mike/Anderson, Sunshine

and from Ballerstatus.com...

BallerStatus.com: Who else is on the album?

Sunshine Anderson: Mike City, Raphael Saadiq is on the album. We got a nice mix by Dr. Dre. We have some new producers on the album. Matt Maadix produced "Sunshine At Midnight." We got some great writing on this album.

Jome, it's your call homie.

Sunshine Anderson Returns With New Album

R&B vocalist Sunshine Anderson will release her sophomore disc, "Sunshine
at Midnight," in January via her label, Shining Star Incorporated, and
Matthew Knowles' Music World company. Dr. Dre and Raphael Saadiq are among
the album's producers.
A video for lead single "Something I Wanna Give You" will be shot next
month in Los Angeles by director Gil Green and a second single is expected
in November.
Anderson, who joined Knowles' label in August 2004, says the new offering
is intentionally devoid of guest features. "It's been a long time so we
just want everyone to focus on Sunshine again," the Charlotte, N.C.,
native tells Billboard.com. "My vocals are raw and honest and pure, with a
lot of emotion. So vocally not much has changed, but I've grown as a
businesswoman. I'm more involved in this project and I was a little more
inspired this time."
Album cuts include "Force of Nature" and "My Problems," which was produced
by Dr. Dre.
"That song is just about everyday life -- a young lady who
lost her job, her boyfriend's been locked up, she's got two kids but the
rent is still due," says Anderson. "She's talking about how bad she feels
and she wishes she could just smoke and drink her problems away."
Another track, the Saadiq-helmed "Wear the Crown," is more personal to
Anderson. "It's about this girl who's kind of overwhelmed when this guy
walks into the Waffle House one day," she laughs. "She's just like, 'You
make me feel like that I can wear the crown, that I'm the new queen in
town.'"
"Sunshine at Midnight" will be the follow-up to Anderson's 2001
Soulife/Atlantic debut "Your Woman," which bowed at No. 5 on The Billboard
200 and has sold 487,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen
SoundScan. It spawned the single "Heard It All Before," which peaked at
No. 3 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.


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The one and only Dr. Dre produced "Problems" on Sunshine at Midnight.

Source:

http://media.www.dailyfreepress.com/media/storage/paper87/news/2007/02/01/Muse/Sunshine.Anderson.Sunshine.At.Midnight-2691592.shtml



HERE IS Sunshine Anderson - Problems (CDQ) from Sunshine At Midnight album!

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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #1468 on: March 19, 2007, 02:30:31 AM »
The D.O.C. ..........Is their a Remix to "Lend Me An Ear"?...you got it on there 2 times.
 

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« Reply #1469 on: March 19, 2007, 09:18:57 AM »
The D.O.C. ..........Is their a Remix to "Lend Me An Ear"?...you got it on there 2 times.

lol, good call.

Album cuts include "Force of Nature" and "My Problems," which was produced
by Dr. Dre.

also find this

The one and only Dr. Dre produced "Problems" on Sunshine at Midnight.

hmm, hard to say.. would think Allmusic would have credited him if he did it.. and magazines/websites/mixtape DJ's been wrong before.

 

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« Reply #1470 on: March 19, 2007, 09:37:39 AM »
The D.O.C. ..........Is their a Remix to "Lend Me An Ear"?...you got it on there 2 times.

lol, good call.

Album cuts include "Force of Nature" and "My Problems," which was produced
by Dr. Dre.

also find this

The one and only Dr. Dre produced "Problems" on Sunshine at Midnight.

hmm, hard to say.. would think Allmusic would have credited him if he did it.. and magazines/websites/mixtape DJ's been wrong before.



someone should get the damn album and post the exact credits ;D to me Problems sounds like a Dre production...
 

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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #1471 on: March 19, 2007, 09:48:16 AM »
The D.O.C. ..........Is their a Remix to "Lend Me An Ear"?...you got it on there 2 times.

lol, good call.

Album cuts include "Force of Nature" and "My Problems," which was produced
by Dr. Dre.

also find this

The one and only Dr. Dre produced "Problems" on Sunshine at Midnight.

hmm, hard to say.. would think Allmusic would have credited him if he did it.. and magazines/websites/mixtape DJ's been wrong before.



someone should get the damn album and post the exact credits ;D to me Problems sounds like a Dre production...

I strongly believe it is a Dre produced song.

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« Reply #1472 on: March 19, 2007, 11:15:28 AM »
I doubt anyone on the forum bought Sunshine's album, but we do need the booklet credits to confirm. Any website can write that Dre or anyone else produced a track but that doesn't mean he did it.

Tony Yayo himself said that Dre produced "Live By The Gun" before AND after his album's release, even though his album's booklet clearly says produced by Focus. Some artists need the exposure I guess, but I think Sunshine kinda confirmed it when she said she had a "mix" by Dre.
 

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« Reply #1473 on: March 19, 2007, 11:20:08 AM »
I doubt anyone on the forum bought Sunshine's album, but we do need the booklet credits to confirm. Any website can write that Dre or anyone else produced a track but that doesn't mean he did it.

Tony Yayo himself said that Dre produced "Live By The Gun" before AND after his album's release, even though his album's booklet clearly says produced by Focus. Some artists need the exposure I guess, but I think Sunshine kinda confirmed it when she said she had a "mix" by Dre.

In such instances, I don't think cats like Yayo are lying. i think they seriously just don't know. focus is a dre protege, yayo prolly saw dre in the studio when that song was being worked on. song had that sound..and bam, his rapper ass isn't about to read the booklet to his CD. his film crew might catch it, leak it, and next thing you know there are cats on dubcnn talking about how much of a faggot he is because he's reading you know?

anyway, can someone hook that track? tracks that people say are dre produced that aren't, are often that good.
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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #1474 on: March 19, 2007, 11:22:29 AM »
I doubt anyone on the forum bought Sunshine's album, but we do need the booklet credits to confirm. Any website can write that Dre or anyone else produced a track but that doesn't mean he did it.

Tony Yayo himself said that Dre produced "Live By The Gun" before AND after his album's release, even though his album's booklet clearly says produced by Focus. Some artists need the exposure I guess, but I think Sunshine kinda confirmed it when she said she had a "mix" by Dre.

furthermore, dre protege tracks are as good as the real thing. Hittman's Hittmanic verses and King t's thy kingdom come...the beats are not all dre produced yet the non dre produced ones hold up to the same level of quality the dre beats do.
a)dre influenced them
b)dre trained them
c)dre oversaw what beats would be on the record, chose dopely

look at 'where i'm from' from documentary. might as well be dre. shit, even too much from DA, might as well be dre. both produced by dre trained, dre influenced dre proteges. why not say dre did it? from a consumer standpoint, it's just as well.

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