Posted by , Sep 18, 2014 at 04:56am
Dr. Dre's work-in-progress may not have retained its original title.

Well, it looks like Detox isn't coming after all -- at least not with the title. According to longtime Aftermath producer Dawaun Parker, "He scrapped Detox a couple of years ago and came up with another title. I won’t say what the title is cause I haven’t seen that online or anything yet."

This confirms Marsha Ambrosius' similar claims made earlier this year. "Detox was a title that was thrown around so many years ago," she said. "There’s so many other things in the works for you to not be concerned about anyone detoxing. It sounds like a fitness center now. No, you’ll see something else."

Parker also revealed there are hundreds of beats laying around but, unfortunately, "the amount of songs isn’t that much because [Dre] won’t let anything that already wasn’t potentially a ten to even get recorded." One song that Parker confirmed did get recorded was Busta Rhymes' 2006 collaboration with Q-Tip and Marsha Ambrosius, "Get You Some," which, while originally slated for Dre's album, landed on Busta's The Big Bang LP. You can check out that track below.

Check out the full interview with Parker here

[via 2DopeBoyz]

Dr. Dre's "Detox" May Not Actually Be Titled "Detox"

Dr. Dre's work-in-progress may not have retained its original title.


Well, it looks like Detox isn't coming after all -- at least not with the title. According to longtime Aftermath producer Dawaun Parker, "He scrapped Detox a couple of years ago and came up with another title. I won’t say what the title is cause I haven’t seen that online or anything yet."

This confirms Marsha Ambrosius' similar claims made earlier this year. "Detox was a title that was thrown around so many years ago," she said. "There’s so many other things in the works for you to not be concerned about anyone detoxing. It sounds like a fitness center now. No, you’ll see something else."

Parker also revealed there are hundreds of beats laying around but, unfortunately, "the amount of songs isn’t that much because [Dre] won’t let anything that already wasn’t potentially a ten to even get recorded." One song that Parker confirmed did get recorded was Busta Rhymes' 2006 collaboration with Q-Tip and Marsha Ambrosius, "Get You Some," which, while originally slated for Dre's album, landed on Busta's The Big Bang LP. You can check out that track below.

Check out the full interview with Parker here

[via 2DopeBoyz]

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