The Evolution of Dr. Dre

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The Evolution of Dr. Dre

Dre broke free from Death Row in 1995 in the wake of Suge Knight's increasingly violent and corrupt ways, founding a new label, Aftermath Entertainment. His first post-Death Row single, "Been There, Done That," was a symbolic farewell to a gangsta rap. But fans weren't ready to let go: Dre's first Aftermath project, Dr. Dre Presents the Aftermath, which featured Dre rapping alongside new Aftermath artists (most of whom have faded into obscurity since), was widely seen as a disappointment. It was the first black mark on Dre's flawless track record.


(Photo: Aftermath Records)

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