Dr. Dre Releases New Music with Eminem, Nipsey Hussle, & Snoop Dogg

  /  12.15.2021

The Doctor is in.

Dr. Dre returns with new music as part of the online update to Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto Online: The Contract. The six exclusive tracks include collaborations with Rick Ross and Anderson .Paak (“The Scenic Route”), Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, and Anderson .Paak (“ETA”), and Eminem, who joins his mentor on “Gospel.”

“Hip-hop sh*t sell better than the coke did,” Dre raps over the rattling before Em comes through with a killer verse. “I serial kill and you’re Kellogg’s / I love Chex and I hate Trix / And you’re a fake bitch.”


Nipsey Hussle and Ty Dolla $ign also link with Dre on “Diamond Mind,” while Dre goes solo on “Fallin’ Up” and “Black Privilege.”


GTA Online: The Contract is available now featuring new story content. As part of the latest adventure, the main character, Franklin Clinton, sets out on a “wild and hilarious ride through Los Santos” as he tries to recover Dre’s unreleased music and return it to its rightful owner.

Earlier this week, the super-producer announced his first project in over six years, a joint album with Marsha Ambrosius called Casablanco.

In February, Dre will headline the Super Bowl halftime show in L.A. alongside Eminem, Snoop, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar.



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