That is a lot of unfinished music.
In honor of Black History Month, DJBooth has partnered with AT&T to highlight influential figures in Black history.
If anyone can help the masses forget about "Your booty is heavy duty like diarrhea," it's Dr. Dre and Mike WiLL. Right?
"In 2017, I can't allow myself to separate Dre the artist from Dre's actions against women. He is a genius but also an abuser."
"Don't just throw something out there over somebody else's beat. Some of us work hard to make the art form something people can respect."
We talked to the beatsmith behind J. Cole's "Immortal," Rick Ross' "Diced Pineapples" and Lloyd Banks' "Start It Up."
The complete history of one of the best samples of all time.
Somebody start the petition to have this music released immediately.
Anderson .Paak reveals that if it wasn't for Nate Dogg, Dr. Dre might have given up on "The Chronic" after label after label turned it down.
Dre said that 'Compton' would be his last album, but Anderson .Paak reveals that he's currently working on a secret new project.
Dr. Dre cemented his legacy and proved his greatness, but will "Compton" change hip-hop?
Dr. Dre's return does big numbers, already one of the most popular albums of the year.
From Andre Young to Xzibit, we break down every single person credited on Compton.
Just one listen and it's already clear Dr. Dre just dropped one of the best albums of the year.
13 years after it was first announced, we deliver an exhaustive eulogy for hip-hop's most anticipated album ever.
After 16 years, Dr. Dre will finally release a new full-length album featuring Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and more.
Relax, it's not 'Detox,' but a new "mega" album from Dre is reportedly dropping this Saturday.