DR DRE BEEFS INFO
Dr Dre Vs Eazy E Dr. Dre and Eazy-E were part of one of the first hip hop superstar crews, the group N.W.A, along with Ice Cube. After the group broke up, Dr. Dre and Eazy-E began a war of words and a rivalry between their record companies, Death Row and Ruthless Records, respectively; it never turned violent. Dre's solo album "The Chronic", on his own label, Deathrow records, became the sixth best selling album in 1993. It featured among others Snoop Dogg, Warren G, Nate Dogg and Kurupt. The album included "Dre Day", a blatant diss of Eazy-E.
Despite the public feud Dre and Eazy had, after Eazy's death, Dre said that they still kept in touch.
"I did my record about him; he did his record about me. It's all business; it's all entertainment. We had beef. It's not like we just got together and planned it. We did the records. We talked about it and laughed about it and that was that."
Other evidence that dre believes the beef between him and Eazy-E was quashed, is present in the song "What's The Difference," on 'Dre 2001' which includes a straight shout-out to Eazy ("Fuck the beef, nigga, I miss you, and that's just being real with you").
Dre, Eminem, Xzibit Vs. Canibus and Jermaine Dupri On "What You Say" from Eminem's The Eminem Show, Dr. Dre insulted Jermaine Dupri, claiming "over 80 million records sold/And I didn't have to do it with 10 and 11 year olds/Fuck Jermaine". The reference to 10 and 11 year olds is to Dupri's record label, which has made millions off child pop acts like Kris Kross and Lil Bow Wow. Eminem and Xzibit similarly insulted Dupri (and Canibus) on a DJ Kay Slay mixtape, where Eminem raps "I gave Jay-Z a beat for free, you want one tell me, unless your canibitch, then you get Dr. Dre's fee". Dupri has responded by accusing Dre of taking credit for others' work, "I know you don't do half the work in the studio, plus your little niggas play with your booty hole", and also insulted Eminem with "I left you out deliberately, you know why, to me you're like a character in Disney world, known for dissin' pop groups and Justin's ex-girl, shit, ain't no one take you seriously".
Dr Dre Vs DeathRow Records Tupac, the labels main artist at the time, ripped into dre in songs such as 'To Live and Die In L.A' were 2pac is heard to say the lines,
"California Love part motherfucking 2,
Without gay ass Dre"
He also slates dre in the song 'Cant C Me' of the 'All Eyez On Me' LP, with:
"D-R-E you got me heated,
My words like a penitentiary dick,
Hittin' bitches when it's most needed".
And then in the next verse of the same song, 2pac then raps the lines
"You niggas made a mistake,
You shoulda never put my rhymes with dre".
As far as I know, I dont believe that Dr Dre retaliated lyrically in any way.
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