Discussion in 'The Booth' started by stomachlines, Feb 3, 2018.
This Jazz lounge like remix of Come When I Call
It's About Time (Danny Boy album) - Wikipedia
Danny Boy - Share My Pain With You (Produced By DJ Quik)
Danny Boy - Some Thing For The Mood (Produced By DJ Quik)
Danny Boy - Untitled (Produced By DJ Quik)
Danny Boy - You Don't Have To Cry (Produced By DJ Quik)
I'm still waiting for this to leak
Pac and 6 feet deep
I think it’s premature to say, because DR’s prime was cut short. However, I feel like Simon started focusing solely on PAC towards the end when they had a well balanced roster.
The one positive about Suge on the music side is that he had DR releasing content. With a guy like Dr. Dre, who is hesitant to release material to the public, he needed a guy that would put it out.
Man they should have had lady of rage & Nate Dogg ready after that above the rim soundtrack. That soundtrack blew them up.
ATR soundtrack is classic
For the love of God someone PLEASE reup this!
Also, albums like AEOM and Doggystyle, just to name two, were Rap/R+B records. Check the hooks and samples on them joints. Look at all the singing they had going on on those albums. Some of the session players that they used had r+b backgrounds. They even had former Solar Records people up there and ex-Motown people. Alot of what yall love about DR's sound was the way they incorporated R+B. One of the main producers of Makevelli was and R+B producer and singer who just started making rap while at DR to get more placements. To Live And Die In LA could just as easily be sung to instead of rapped on.
Found this album. Brehs, this that 90s R&B CLASSIC shyt. Never released from Death Row.
B.G.O.T.I (Bad Girlz Of The Industry) (UNRELEASED)
She killed it everytime, though.
@stomachlines Jewell in the car singing
This just made me day!
Thank u brother!
She still got it! See, this the type of singing I wanna hear in music again.