Dr. Dre is a legendary music producer. He helped launched many big careers in hip hop and is the secret behind the success of people like Eminem, Snoop Dogg, and Tupac. I got my fingers crossed that Scooter doesn't waste this opportunity and get Dr. Dre to produce a track for Justin's next album and maybe throw in a 'featuring Nicki Minaj'. That would be hot.Justin Bieber has become hip-hop's favorite stepchild. The teen pop star has cemented a friendship with fellow Canadian performer Drake, landed collaborations with Ludacris and his label boss Usher, and recently won the praise of the Game. if that wasn't enough love from the hip-hop community, Bieber has now finagled his way into Dr. Dre's studio.
To the surprise of hip-hop fans, the 16-year-old took to Twitter on Monday to announce his one-on-one session with the legendary West Coast rapper/producer. "Also got to be in the studio with the legend himself Dr. Dre ... made a couple beats and he gave me some advice ... I was hyped. Can u blame me?" he wrote.
We have a little trouble visualizing the exchange between the two, but we can only hope that Bieber encouraged Dre to get back to work on his forthcoming album 'Detox,' which has been over a decade in the making.
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Hopefully something like this awesome Baby remix: