After more than a decade of false starts and teases, Dr. Dre's perpetually delayed Detox has apparently been renamed. The news comes from an Aftermath producer who says it was changed about two years ago, but declines to actually disclose the new title.
According to a new interview with Complex, Kendrick Lamar has been hard at work on his forthcoming album, stating that he has around 30-40 songs done. The rapper expects to drop the project before the end of the year, and says he has been working with Dr. Dre, among others.
But now that Kendrick, 27, is a hysteria-inducing star, the world is waiting to see if he can deliver twice. Expectations are high. After good kid, good simply won’t be good enough. Unlike GKMC, which Kendrick planned years in advance, there’s no cover art in mind for the follow-up. As for a title, Kendrick says he’s “flirting with ideas.” He’s been working primarily with TDE’s in-house producers, Tae Beast and...
It seems like there is some discussion going on about a possible tour featuring Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and the Tupac Shakur "hologram" that made its appearance at Coachella this weekend. Factoid: Since the virtual Tupac was 2D and not 3D, it is not technically a hologram.
Head to the replies to check out Dr. Dre's video for "I Need a Doctor" featuring Eminem and Skylar Grey. This is the latest single off his upcoming album Detox, which is set to be released sometime this year.