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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #925 on: November 12, 2005, 07:48:53 AM »
It Is

in Smoke theme Instrumental (DVD)
feat. Chace Infinite - Assassins L.L.C.
feat. Cli-N-Tell - Dre's Beat
feat. Cli-N-Tell - The Planet
feat. DJ Quik & Mimi - Put It On Me
feat. Dogg Pound, Lady of Rage - Puffin on blunts and drinkin Tanqueray
feat. Eminem & Brantley Kerns - Bad Guys Always Die
feat. Ice Cube - Gimme Fifty Feet
feat. Hittman & Eminem - What's The Difference (Original)
feat. Knoc-Turn'al - Bad Intentions
feat. LL Cool J - Zoom
feat. Nature - Firm Family
feat. Royce 5'9 - The way I be Pimpin'
feat. Snoop Dogg - 187 (Deep Cover remix)
feat. Snoop Dogg - Deep Cover
feat. Snoop Dogg - The Next Episode OG
feat. Snoop Dogg - The Wash
feat. Snoop Dogg - Zoom zoom remix
feat. Truth Hurts Crooked Cops

Aiight, didn't see it  :P
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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #926 on: November 12, 2005, 09:13:09 AM »
Fuck You Remix - Ms. Roq, Yo-Yo & Truth Hurts (unreleased)

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ThaFormula.com - So it actually turned out better that you didn't make the group?

Truth - Exactly and I'm a firm believer that everything happens for a reason. So Dre was like, "I don't think she is gonna do to well backing nobody up," and I was like yeah you right, I'm cool. So I just decided to stay on as a song writer and that probably went on for a couple of years. Finally I guess we kind of lost contact and I was writing elsewhere and kind of still moving around. I think I was living in Atlanta at the time and I ended up moving back to California for something else and they were like, "you know why don't you come do this remix." You know the "Fuck You" remix from the 2001 record that was out at the time. So Dre was like "come do this remix and start working again." So I came to do the remix and that was the first time Dre and I had worked together in the studio.

ThaFormula.com - Now hold on a second, did you say a "Fuck You" remix?

Truth - Yes. That never came out and you know it's funny like that with Dre because he has to really feel 100 percent that he wants to release something.

ThaFormula.com - What's the deal with that remix, was it not very good?

Truth- The remix was hot (Laughs). We have a lot of stuff that never comes out of our camp that's hot!

ThaFormula.com - I thought I heard you say, "Fuck you" remix. I was thinkin', wait a minute I ain't never heard that.

Truth - You should have. It was bangin'! It was hot!

ThaFormula.com - What was the remix like?

Truth - The "Fuck You" remix was I think uh, it was 3 female rappers. I think Ms. Roq was still signed to the label at the time and there was Yo-Yo.

ThaFormula.com - Yo-Yo!?

Truth - Yo-Yo and one other female and they were all doing the whole comeback for the "Fuck You" record. They were all doing the whole retaliation thing and I was singin' the hook for it and it was hot. It was quite male bashing, but it was hot (Laughs).

ThaFormula.com - Was the beat the same or different?

Truth - The beat was pretty much the same, maybe a couple of different things. But it was pretty much the same and they spit on it. I can't really explain it, it was hot. It was bangin' and I wish people could have heard it, but Dre didn't release it and it may have been because it was so edgy and so street that maybe he wasn't sure that was how he wanted to market me once he decided he wanted me to be his artist. So maybe that had a lot to do with it. Because when I tell you it was edgy and we were talkin' a lot of shit, we were! (Laughs).

ThaFormula.com - That must have been a fun track to record?

Truth - It was fun because I like to talk shit every now and then, so it was fun (Laughs).
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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #927 on: November 12, 2005, 09:31:20 PM »
Fuck You Remix - Ms. Roq, Yo-Yo & Truth Hurts (unreleased)

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ThaFormula.com - So it actually turned out better that you didn't make the group?

Truth - Exactly and I'm a firm believer that everything happens for a reason. So Dre was like, "I don't think she is gonna do to well backing nobody up," and I was like yeah you right, I'm cool. So I just decided to stay on as a song writer and that probably went on for a couple of years. Finally I guess we kind of lost contact and I was writing elsewhere and kind of still moving around. I think I was living in Atlanta at the time and I ended up moving back to California for something else and they were like, "you know why don't you come do this remix." You know the "Fuck You" remix from the 2001 record that was out at the time. So Dre was like "come do this remix and start working again." So I came to do the remix and that was the first time Dre and I had worked together in the studio.

ThaFormula.com - Now hold on a second, did you say a "Fuck You" remix?

Truth - Yes. That never came out and you know it's funny like that with Dre because he has to really feel 100 percent that he wants to release something.

ThaFormula.com - What's the deal with that remix, was it not very good?

Truth- The remix was hot (Laughs). We have a lot of stuff that never comes out of our camp that's hot!

ThaFormula.com - I thought I heard you say, "Fuck you" remix. I was thinkin', wait a minute I ain't never heard that.

Truth - You should have. It was bangin'! It was hot!

ThaFormula.com - What was the remix like?

Truth - The "Fuck You" remix was I think uh, it was 3 female rappers. I think Ms. Roq was still signed to the label at the time and there was Yo-Yo.

ThaFormula.com - Yo-Yo!?

Truth - Yo-Yo and one other female and they were all doing the whole comeback for the "Fuck You" record. They were all doing the whole retaliation thing and I was singin' the hook for it and it was hot. It was quite male bashing, but it was hot (Laughs).

ThaFormula.com - Was the beat the same or different?

Truth - The beat was pretty much the same, maybe a couple of different things. But it was pretty much the same and they spit on it. I can't really explain it, it was hot. It was bangin' and I wish people could have heard it, but Dre didn't release it and it may have been because it was so edgy and so street that maybe he wasn't sure that was how he wanted to market me once he decided he wanted me to be his artist. So maybe that had a lot to do with it. Because when I tell you it was edgy and we were talkin' a lot of shit, we were! (Laughs).

ThaFormula.com - That must have been a fun track to record?

Truth - It was fun because I like to talk shit every now and then, so it was fun (Laughs).

If we're doing unreleased songs, we might as well add Dr. Dre's remix of Chicken Grease by D'Angelo.

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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #928 on: November 12, 2005, 10:59:28 PM »
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« Reply #929 on: November 13, 2005, 03:13:45 AM »
yeah im not sayin its the same song wat im sayin is jome made a mistake and will prob put it rite in a bit he did type up 300 + songs so the odd mistake is ok..

if u really wanna b picky wizard is up there too and his track woz on the firm album and its listed twice! and it says next to nas see Az but Az isnt on eya, also Gunit says see Tony Yayo but there is no tony yayo and fila fresh crew r up there twice,


Az

Creep

there is another track!

Az - Creep?
really produced by Dre?
 

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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #930 on: November 13, 2005, 05:06:27 AM »
Fuck You Remix - Ms. Roq, Yo-Yo & Truth Hurts (unreleased)

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ThaFormula.com - So it actually turned out better that you didn't make the group?

Truth - Exactly and I'm a firm believer that everything happens for a reason. So Dre was like, "I don't think she is gonna do to well backing nobody up," and I was like yeah you right, I'm cool. So I just decided to stay on as a song writer and that probably went on for a couple of years. Finally I guess we kind of lost contact and I was writing elsewhere and kind of still moving around. I think I was living in Atlanta at the time and I ended up moving back to California for something else and they were like, "you know why don't you come do this remix." You know the "Fuck You" remix from the 2001 record that was out at the time. So Dre was like "come do this remix and start working again." So I came to do the remix and that was the first time Dre and I had worked together in the studio.

ThaFormula.com - Now hold on a second, did you say a "Fuck You" remix?

Truth - Yes. That never came out and you know it's funny like that with Dre because he has to really feel 100 percent that he wants to release something.

ThaFormula.com - What's the deal with that remix, was it not very good?

Truth- The remix was hot (Laughs). We have a lot of stuff that never comes out of our camp that's hot!

ThaFormula.com - I thought I heard you say, "Fuck you" remix. I was thinkin', wait a minute I ain't never heard that.

Truth - You should have. It was bangin'! It was hot!

ThaFormula.com - What was the remix like?

Truth - The "Fuck You" remix was I think uh, it was 3 female rappers. I think Ms. Roq was still signed to the label at the time and there was Yo-Yo.

ThaFormula.com - Yo-Yo!?

Truth - Yo-Yo and one other female and they were all doing the whole comeback for the "Fuck You" record. They were all doing the whole retaliation thing and I was singin' the hook for it and it was hot. It was quite male bashing, but it was hot (Laughs).

ThaFormula.com - Was the beat the same or different?

Truth - The beat was pretty much the same, maybe a couple of different things. But it was pretty much the same and they spit on it. I can't really explain it, it was hot. It was bangin' and I wish people could have heard it, but Dre didn't release it and it may have been because it was so edgy and so street that maybe he wasn't sure that was how he wanted to market me once he decided he wanted me to be his artist. So maybe that had a lot to do with it. Because when I tell you it was edgy and we were talkin' a lot of shit, we were! (Laughs).

ThaFormula.com - That must have been a fun track to record?

Truth - It was fun because I like to talk shit every now and then, so it was fun (Laughs).

If we're doing unreleased songs, we might as well add Dr. Dre's remix of Chicken Grease by D'Angelo.

There is already a couple of unreleased tracks already.
 

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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #931 on: November 13, 2005, 08:47:47 AM »
Fuck You Remix - Ms. Roq, Yo-Yo & Truth Hurts (unreleased)

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ThaFormula.com - So it actually turned out better that you didn't make the group?

Truth - Exactly and I'm a firm believer that everything happens for a reason. So Dre was like, "I don't think she is gonna do to well backing nobody up," and I was like yeah you right, I'm cool. So I just decided to stay on as a song writer and that probably went on for a couple of years. Finally I guess we kind of lost contact and I was writing elsewhere and kind of still moving around. I think I was living in Atlanta at the time and I ended up moving back to California for something else and they were like, "you know why don't you come do this remix." You know the "Fuck You" remix from the 2001 record that was out at the time. So Dre was like "come do this remix and start working again." So I came to do the remix and that was the first time Dre and I had worked together in the studio.

ThaFormula.com - Now hold on a second, did you say a "Fuck You" remix?

Truth - Yes. That never came out and you know it's funny like that with Dre because he has to really feel 100 percent that he wants to release something.

ThaFormula.com - What's the deal with that remix, was it not very good?

Truth- The remix was hot (Laughs). We have a lot of stuff that never comes out of our camp that's hot!

ThaFormula.com - I thought I heard you say, "Fuck you" remix. I was thinkin', wait a minute I ain't never heard that.

Truth - You should have. It was bangin'! It was hot!

ThaFormula.com - What was the remix like?

Truth - The "Fuck You" remix was I think uh, it was 3 female rappers. I think Ms. Roq was still signed to the label at the time and there was Yo-Yo.

ThaFormula.com - Yo-Yo!?

Truth - Yo-Yo and one other female and they were all doing the whole comeback for the "Fuck You" record. They were all doing the whole retaliation thing and I was singin' the hook for it and it was hot. It was quite male bashing, but it was hot (Laughs).

ThaFormula.com - Was the beat the same or different?

Truth - The beat was pretty much the same, maybe a couple of different things. But it was pretty much the same and they spit on it. I can't really explain it, it was hot. It was bangin' and I wish people could have heard it, but Dre didn't release it and it may have been because it was so edgy and so street that maybe he wasn't sure that was how he wanted to market me once he decided he wanted me to be his artist. So maybe that had a lot to do with it. Because when I tell you it was edgy and we were talkin' a lot of shit, we were! (Laughs).

ThaFormula.com - That must have been a fun track to record?

Truth - It was fun because I like to talk shit every now and then, so it was fun (Laughs).

If we're doing unreleased songs, we might as well add Dr. Dre's remix of Chicken Grease by D'Angelo.


Why not?
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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #932 on: November 13, 2005, 12:24:44 PM »
Dogg Pound - Can't C Me
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2Pac - Can't C Me

those 2 have the same beat...
 

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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #933 on: November 13, 2005, 01:15:19 PM »
D'Angelo - Chicken Grease Dr. Dre remix

that aint offical is it or jus D'Angelo over a dre beat?
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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #934 on: November 13, 2005, 01:40:10 PM »
D'Angelo - Chicken Grease Dr. Dre remix

that aint offical is it or jus D'Angelo over a dre beat?

It was an official song that never got released, mtv.com did a report on it.

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« Reply #935 on: November 13, 2005, 01:42:22 PM »
Dr. Dre - Rat-tat-tat-tat (OG)
Above The Law - What Cha Can Prove (Dr. Dre Untouchable Remix)
 

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« Reply #936 on: November 14, 2005, 12:59:34 PM »
Bobby Jimmy And The Critters - NY/LA Rappers
Bobby Jimmy And The Critters - Fone Freak



Also who produced these:

"Nature ft. RC - 4 In The Morning"
"Knoc'Turn'al ft Sticky Fingaz & Ms Roq - Eastwest Shyt"
"Bishop Lamont - My Inheritance"

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Let Me Ride (Extended Club Mix) still needs added.

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Baby $ - Da Godfather - is everybody elses version of this only 1:20 long?
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« Reply #937 on: November 14, 2005, 01:05:08 PM »
Bishop Lamont - My Inheritance?

pm me that man plz?
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« Reply #938 on: November 14, 2005, 01:38:54 PM »
Bishop Lamont - My Inheritance?

pm me that man plz?

OK

I just listened to it again I don't think it's Dre but it may be, it's a pretty good beat/song anyway.
 

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« Reply #939 on: November 14, 2005, 01:51:02 PM »

Baby $ - Da Godfather - is everybody elses version of this only 1:20 long?


i dont think the full track are leaked ever
 

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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #940 on: November 14, 2005, 02:30:38 PM »
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Also who produced these:

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"Bishop Lamont - My Inheritance"


Not Dr. Dre, it's from before he met Dr. Dre at the video shot for "Dreams" if I remember it right.
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« Reply #941 on: November 14, 2005, 04:03:41 PM »

Baby $ - Da Godfather - is everybody elses version of this only 1:20 long?


i dont think the full track are leaked ever

Damn thats sucks, I would like to here the full CDQ version.


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Also who produced these:

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"Bishop Lamont - My Inheritance"


Not Dr. Dre, it's from before he met Dr. Dre at the video shot for "Dreams" if I remember it right.

I thought it was before he met him, wasn't sure though.

Anybody know about the others?
 

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« Reply #942 on: November 14, 2005, 04:34:36 PM »
Godfather by Baby S sounds like Erotic D and not Dre to me.
 

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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #943 on: November 14, 2005, 09:33:52 PM »
Bobby Jimmy And The Critters - NY/LA Rappers
Bobby Jimmy And The Critters - Fone Freak




Dope.
Sure "NY/LA Rappers" isn't the same as "LA rappers" ??

Added Above The Law, D'Angelo, Rat-tat-tat OG.
But didn't add AZ - Creep or the Layzie Bone track, need further proof or info..



 

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« Reply #944 on: November 15, 2005, 01:24:59 PM »
Man-its my first post 8).First of all,I wanna say one big MAJOR PROPZ to Jome and others who've contributed to this fantastic thread.I read the whole 39 pages and was like...WOW.Big work has been done here.I can't wait to get my 100 posts so i could gain access to the hook-up spot an try to find those dre tracks,cuz in my country only 20-30% percent of those tracks and albums could be found and being a very big DRE fan im very curious and interested to hear all that i can find from the list.Propz againd for the thread

offtopic:could someone teel me if he doesn't see the pictures from my signature,cuz im curious if they could be seen,since im hosting them from a bulgarian site.
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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #945 on: November 15, 2005, 01:36:43 PM »
Man-its my first post 8).First of all,I wanna say one big MAJOR PROPZ to Jome and others who've contributed to this fantastic thread.I read the whole 39 pages and was like...WOW.Big work has been done here.I can't wait to get my 100 posts so i could gain access to the hook-up spot an try to find those dre tracks,cuz in my country only 20-30% percent of those tracks and albums could be found and being a very big DRE fan im very curious and interested to hear all that i can find from the list.Propz againd for the thread

offtopic:could someone teel me if he doesn't see the pictures from my signature,cuz im curious if they could be seen,since im hosting them from a bulgarian site.

Thank you.  ;D Welcome to the forum.
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« Reply #946 on: November 15, 2005, 04:17:53 PM »
Man-its my first post 8).First of all,I wanna say one big MAJOR PROPZ to Jome and others who've contributed to this fantastic thread.I read the whole 39 pages and was like...WOW.Big work has been done here.I can't wait to get my 100 posts so i could gain access to the hook-up spot an try to find those dre tracks,cuz in my country only 20-30% percent of those tracks and albums could be found and being a very big DRE fan im very curious and interested to hear all that i can find from the list.Propz againd for the thread

offtopic:could someone teel me if he doesn't see the pictures from my signature,cuz im curious if they could be seen,since im hosting them from a bulgarian site.


imma take those props too lol thanx man and welcome to the forum, unfortunitly there aint no hook up spot anymore! try and find your tracks off limewire i got all of them off there except a few that jome hooked me up wit nearly a year and a half ago on mIRC, still aint givin u props for that man!
Hittman is not a real person. He was a computer program generated by Dr. Dre and Mel Man back in the mid 90's. When Dre started treating Mel-Man like shit, Mel infiltrated the computer and put a virus in the hittman program

 

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« Reply #947 on: November 15, 2005, 11:06:51 PM »
Raekwon

400 Grams

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Some news from RZA:

The RZA produced song 'State Of Grace' by Raekwon off the Cuban Linx II album has been leaked to a variety of DJ's across the US continent and has aired for the first time on Hot97 breaking the long Wu-Tang ban by the radiostation since 1997.

The album is still in the works and is promised by RZA to be a real classic: 'A few other niggaz got beats on there, but it's mostly me. We going back to the old times on this one, so I don't wanna talk about who else is producing cause we might end up cutting everybody off. There's no word on the tracklisting so far. As far as guest appearances I'm not saying either, but you better believe Rae is on fire!.'

The Dr.Dre produced '400 Grams' is also not sure about a spot on the highly anticipated Cuban Linx II.

In movie news, 'Derailed' came in number 3 at box office leaving 50 Cent's movie 'Get Rich or Die Trying' one spot behind at number 4. RZA however says he enjoyed 50 Cent's movie alot and gained even more respect for him because he related much to the poverty displayed in the movie.


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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #948 on: November 16, 2005, 04:56:28 AM »
prob b a leftover like dre's track on meth's album
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Re: C.V.: Dr.Dre (Productions)
« Reply #949 on: November 16, 2005, 10:29:20 AM »
Man-its my first post 8).First of all,I wanna say one big MAJOR PROPZ to Jome and others who've contributed to this fantastic thread.I read the whole 39 pages and was like...WOW.Big work has been done here.I can't wait to get my 100 posts so i could gain access to the hook-up spot an try to find those dre tracks,cuz in my country only 20-30% percent of those tracks and albums could be found and being a very big DRE fan im very curious and interested to hear all that i can find from the list.Propz againd for the thread

offtopic:could someone teel me if he doesn't see the pictures from my signature,cuz im curious if they could be seen,since im hosting them from a bulgarian site.


imma take those props too lol thanx man and welcome to the forum, unfortunitly there aint no hook up spot anymore! try and find your tracks off limewire i got all of them off there except a few that jome hooked me up wit nearly a year and a half ago on mIRC, still aint givin u props for that man!
Could you just tellts Limewire?
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