Discussion in 'The Booth' started by stomachlines, May 17, 2019 at 2:49 PM.
And co produced at that
He produced 6 songs (not 5) out of 14. Dre usually has co-producers.
If bytch Please II is one of the songs you counting as being produced by him, I read where it was produced by Richard Segal Huredia
Okay... Whats the point of this thread?
he produced the whole album though
Dr & Em went full blown crazy for that album
I thought it was a known known that past the Chronic Dre was basically just an engineer
Dr. Dre don’t make beats. He’s a producer like how Diddy is a producer
Dre produced 5 songs on The Firm album also
thought this was known
That when the album came out I thought all the beats was produced by Dre
First time I heard it, my cousin had bought the album and didn't have the album sleeve to know who produced what
So I thought all of the production work was done by Dre
He's the executive producer, and had a lot to do with the album's sound; similar to Rza on OB4CL II & Alchemist on Reloaded.
He mixed most of the album and definitely put his stamp on it though.
He actually produced a lot more on Encore (8 songs) and he did all of Relapse. Eminem should have kept the Bass brothers in the mix, his best work is with them and Dre.
that was nearly 20 years ago, fam.
you been on your "i love Dre, he's the GOAT/Dre's a bum, Daz made all his beats" thing for a minute and seem very knowledgable...
so this can't be some revelation
Mixing is another whole part of the game; it's part of what makes the production great if the mixing is done good but it ain't producing.
Encore was trash
Relapse was.... a rehash of what Eminem had already done.
Eminem should've kept The 45 King in his camp as well as The Bass Brothers.