In an Instagram video posted on Thursday (June 30), Dr. Dre told Busta Rhymes about his ridiculous recording schedule.
brain aneurysm in January 2021, he was back at work with frequent Aftermath Entertainment producer Dem Jointz and The D.O.C.,proving his creative spirit knows no bounds. Case in point when the COVID-19 pandemic began its rampage in March 2020, Dr. Dre put his head down and apparently cranked out hundreds of songs. In an Instagram video posted on Thursday (June 30), Dr. Dre told Busta Rhymes about his ridiculous recording schedule. I did 247 songs during the pandemic, then we paused, did a whole album with Marsha Ambrosius thats fucking nutso, thats crazy, he said. Then we came back what did we do after that? Oh, I did the Grand Theft Auto shit and then we working on my n-gga Snoop. We two days in right now, we got, what, six bangers done? So, I dont know. I wanna finish this shit and then start Busta Rhymes. View this post on Instagram Busta Rhymes was clearly excited about what theyre potentially cooking up. The pair initially linked up on Bus-A-Buss 2001 album Genius and have since collaborated on numerous projects, including Bustas Dont Get Carried Away featuring Nas, Legend Of The Falls Offs and Break Ya Neck. As for Snoop Dogg, their relationship stretches back to the early 90s when a young Dr. Dre introduced a 19-year-old Snoopy Doggy Dogg to the world on the single Deep Cover. After that, they collaborated on Dres 1992 debut The Chronic and the rest is history.