When The Game announced that his next release would be a sequel to his classic “The Documentary” the anticipation grew. When The Game dropped “The Documentary” in 2005, he was riding an incredible high and was being backed by Dr. Dre and 50 Cent. Although the album was a modern-day classic – the “fallout” that the Game had with those on his first album was immense. Still, that didn’t deter
Fans of hip hop have waited since 1999 for this. It was in 1999 that Dr. Dre released "Chronic 2001" his smash follow up album to his 1992 classic, "The Chronic." Dr. Dre is an icon not only for hip hop, but music as a whole. He helped pioneer the gangsta rap era with N.W.A; helped build a classic (now defunct since his departure) label in Death Row Records; and
Universal Studios has released the first official trailer for the upcoming biographical film Straight Outta Compton. Be warned, this trailer includes explicit content. In 1987, Compton, California was home to the most dangerous streets in the entire country. Five young men from those streets would come together to form N.W.A., a rap group with a message that the authorities found just as dangerous as bullets in a drive by. Dr.