Sunday, January 17, 2021

Is Dr. Dre Finally Going To Drop His Shelved Project Detox? - yuetu.info

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If you’ve been following the hip-hop news at all, you’d know that Dr. Dre has been having a tough time over the last year and a half. However, the iconic producer took to his IG the other day to show off that he’s finally at home and doing much better. The Chronic artist appeared to be in good spirits as he posed along with what looked to be his musical collaborators.


According to Hot New Hip Hop, Dr. Dre was in the headlines repeatedly last year for his relationship with estranged wife, Nicole Young, whom the producer is currently in the middle of a divorce. And earlier this month, it was reported that Dre actually had a brain aneurysm.


The outlet says Dre had to go to the intensive care unit of the hospital where he was treated for the dangerous condition. HHNH says Dre is now doing ok, and the medical professionals stated he was going to be just fine following their procedure.


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Ice-T was just one person who commented on Dr. Dre’s condition, writing on Friday that the producer finally got back to his home. The rapper went on to write on his account that he had just finished a Facetime conversation with Dre.


“He just made it home. Safe and looking good,” Ice-T wrote. Some of the other producers that were mentioned above including Dem Jointz, who wrote on his account, “and we back!! #Detox21.”


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As most know, Dr. Dre‘s shelved album, “Detox,” was supposed to come out many years ago but it never did, leaving many fans to wonder if there would ever be a day where the project would see the light. However, most have assumed the LP will never come out.


Reportedly, insiders close to Dre’s camp have stated that the producer was simply unhappy with the project when it was all said and done, so it was never released. These days, “Detox,” has achieved legendary status in the sense that a lot of people would like to see it hit streaming platforms, strictly out of curiosity.

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