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Such aplomb is further evinced on subsequent tracks, many of which are
buttressed with guest appearances by Eminem, Ras Kass, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre
"Tom Justice, the Choir Boy Robber" is a lullaby to a criminal, augmented by
ringing piano that reminds me of Dr. Dre's "California Love" and a one-finger
(His In the Studio series also has volumes on Heart, Prince, Dr. Dre, and Tupac
Shakur.) This one feels like something he put together within a few weeks for ...
... --in addition to the years in Fishbone, he toured with and wrote songs for Miles
Davis and has performed with a range of folks from Dr. Dre to Bruce Hornsby.
Starting off with a beat that could have been ripped off of a Dr. Dre album,
Shinoda comes in with a flow that instantly gets heads noddin'. He hands the mic
Best(if such a thing exists)? All-time worst – any kind of R&B that drunk white
people from the suburbs do no justice to whatsoever. Best – “G-Thang” by Dr. Dre ...
... Cold, Coal Chamber, and Static X? I have to talk about how FM Racket did the
definitive pussy white rock cover of Ice Cube/Dr. Dre's "Natural Born Killers"?
It's as if the RZA, Dr. Dre and DJ Premier all decided to take their hottest tracks,
mix them together and put them down on one loop. Not many people could keep ...
Keyboardist/songwriter Keefus Ciancia -- having cred in both the hip-hop and film
scoring worlds, having worked with Dr. Dre and E-40, as well as on ...
However, the rap world did take notice when Dr. Dre struck it rich(er) with
Eminem. Star-making producer, Timbaland (of Missy Elliot, Jay-Z, Ludacris, and