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Re: Kurupt - What U Wanna Do (Produced by Dr. Dre) Unreleased Death Row
« Reply #50 on: February 28, 2017, 06:37:13 PM »


Remember when 50 Cent said "The flow sounds sicker over Dre drums, nigga" on "Disco Inferno" and for a long time everybody thought that the song was produced by Dre, but then it turned out to be produced by Dangerous LLC.

That's different. The og version of Disco Inferno was actually produced by Dr. Dre. The verses were never changed, just the beat.

Did the OG version ever leak? Also why was the beat switched? Dre hadn't cut 50 off yet or started feeding him his leftover C grade beats either.

The OG version never leaked as far as I'm concerned.


Multiply by Xzibit as well "Dre bring that shit back one more time" .. I know Dre helped produce that tho.

Kon Artis did produce at Dre's studio, that's why a lot of artists at the time thought Dre did those beats, 'cause they got them straight from Dre himself, same with "P.I.M.P.". Dre was in the studio when they recorded both these songs and played those beats for X/50/whoever.


Who said that Dre produced the original version?

I think it was 50 himself in some interview, or some other G-Unit member, he/they also explained why the beat was changed but I don't remember it. I think it was from one of those interviews around the time of the G-Unit summer jam reunion, but not sure anymore.

Are you sayin' that Dre told everybody that they were his beats?

Dre mixed multiply and had additional production on it from what I remember... that was a pretty good beat

Nah, he only mixed it according to the booklet.

He definitely co-produced it .. If Dre gets mixing credit, you know off top it's not your typical mix job.
 

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Re: Kurupt - What U Wanna Do (Produced by Dr. Dre) Unreleased Death Row
« Reply #51 on: March 01, 2017, 01:07:41 PM »

Are you sayin' that Dre told everybody that they were his beats?

No, I'm sayin' the opposite. I'm sayin' that when artists are in Dre's studio, and Dre playes them beats, these artists automaticly start thinkin' that Dre produced them, and they start tellin' interviewers they got Dre produced tracks on their albums.



Nah, he only mixed it according to the booklet.

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Re: Kurupt - What U Wanna Do (Produced by Dr. Dre) Unreleased Death Row
« Reply #52 on: March 01, 2017, 02:04:57 PM »


Remember when 50 Cent said "The flow sounds sicker over Dre drums, nigga" on "Disco Inferno" and for a long time everybody thought that the song was produced by Dre, but then it turned out to be produced by Dangerous LLC.

That's different. The og version of Disco Inferno was actually produced by Dr. Dre. The verses were never changed, just the beat.

Did the OG version ever leak? Also why was the beat switched? Dre hadn't cut 50 off yet or started feeding him his leftover C grade beats either.

The OG version never leaked as far as I'm concerned.


Multiply by Xzibit as well "Dre bring that shit back one more time" .. I know Dre helped produce that tho.

Kon Artis did produce at Dre's studio, that's why a lot of artists at the time thought Dre did those beats, 'cause they got them straight from Dre himself, same with "P.I.M.P.". Dre was in the studio when they recorded both these songs and played those beats for X/50/whoever.


Who said that Dre produced the original version?

I think it was 50 himself in some interview, or some other G-Unit member, he/they also explained why the beat was changed but I don't remember it. I think it was from one of those interviews around the time of the G-Unit summer jam reunion, but not sure anymore.

Are you sayin' that Dre told everybody that they were his beats?

Dre mixed multiply and had additional production on it from what I remember... that was a pretty good beat

Nah, he only mixed it according to the booklet.

He definitely co-produced it .. If Dre gets mixing credit, you know off top it's not your typical mix job.
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