The word is out– Dr. Dre has been steadily putting in deal with his next task, an album that may or might not be the long-awaited Detox. In any case, fragmented news on the project’s production has been relatively constant, with a current upgrade from KXNG Crooked signaling a long-anticipated partnership between the 2 famous west coast icons. Now, thanks to an IG Live stream from DJ Silk, who was formerly envisioned along with both Crooked and Dre, we have a concept of what their collaboration will sound like.
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Off the bat, fans will acknowledge much of Dre’s signature sounds, including minimalist percussion and cooling high-octave keyboards; one thing that may stand apart on a crucial level, nevertheless, is the beat’s non-traditional rhythm. Lyrically, Dre appears incensed, resolving some of the recent headings that have been related to his name– particularly his publicized divorce from ex-wife Nicole Young, along with the worrying brain aneurysm scare that left him hospitalized.
“Trying to eliminate me with them lies which perjury, I see you trying to fuck me while I’m in surgery,” he spits. “In ICU, death bed, on some money shit/ Greedy bitch, take a pick, girl you know how money get.” He changes up his flow however not his message, rapping “you understand we don’t endure that nonsense, by any methods get your hand up out my pocket/ this life is personal just like the pilot, it’s been decided, this the Poseidon.” From there KXNG Crook slides in with the hook and a dexterous verse, making remarkable work of Dre’s haunting production as he tends to do. “Tin guy shit, your music absence heart,” spits Crook. “Thought it was voodoo, we making magic with this black magic.”
Check out the bit right here by means of HHNM,as shared by DJ Silk’s Instagram Live. Do you believe this sounds like an appealing direction for Dre’s next album?
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“Trying to eliminate me with them lies and that perjury, I see you trying to fuck me while I’m in surgical treatment,” he spits. From there KXNG Crook slides in with the hook and a dexterous verse, making remarkable work of Dre’s haunting production as he tends to do. “Tin guy shit, your music absence heart,” spits Crook.