what was the last beat dat dr.dre produced on his own?

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  1. Bash

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  2. Xabiton

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    Murder Was The Case lol i dunno but Dre is still the GOAT
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  3. Dacks

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    Well, you actually haven't heard it yet..
    I think he just made it today. ..On his own.
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  4. Tequila Jong-il

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    It maybe as far back as the nwa days.
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  5. BPINCdef

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    theres nothing wrong with a producer gettin some help, so making a beat completely on his own is something most producers dont do.....you need to ask whats the last beat that dre was truly involved in and centered around, cuz if he has someone play his idea out, pretty much still his beat, but if he just jacks it from someone or has someone ghost, different story...to answer your question? most likely NWA days, but as far as making the beat with some help but he still did lots of the work.....ehhh i really dont know, he was good about pickin ghost producers that didnt completely dominate him and have a diff. style
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    This is off topic, but still worth adding..

    I read in SoundOnSound that Michael Jackson "pre produced" some of the beats on the Dangerous album. He would hum his melody into the mic, and it would be recorded. (I assume he recorded in layers to create a full beat, i dunno)..Then a producer would listen to that recording and create a duplicate beat with real instruments. ..I'm not sure if this was just one song, or all of them.. ..and my paraphrasing is unreliable.

    Anyways, I've been fighting with this in my head. .
    Did Michael Jackson create the beat which he had hummed? Or did the producer create it? ..Well I guess if you look at it technically, Michael was the composer (?) and the producer was the producer. ..But it is still confusing. I think Michael should get 80% production credits, even though he didn't actually do the producing.

    ...but I think it is a good idea to have a "team" create a beat. Sometimes another producer will add something that the 1st producer would have never thought of.. Plus some parts of making a beat become so repetitive and mundane that it's better to just have someone else do it.

    I dunno..
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  7. MC_Say

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    This is stupid... Dre produced all his beats (not if he's got ghost beatmakers tho).
    If u a producer that doesn't mean u play the keys or anything... means u PRODUCE the trac and/or beat.
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    Dre es el hombre
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  9. Premize Prod

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    wtf is a ghost beatmaker? you guys are fucking idiots. if they get credit as co producer how the fuck is it ghost producing? just shut your stupid asses up plz. dre made most of his beats by himself. i just read an interview where dre said he spends sometimes 3 days in the studio just making beats.
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  10. Damn He Dope

    Damn He Dope Dont Body Yaself

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    lol truth
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    dre produced alot of recent stuff...remember that producin a track is more than just playin the keys.
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    Yep, my niggga be focused.
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  13. Mr. BYTCHKILLA

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    Scott Storch said he Produced "Still Dre" stupid Motherfucker.....

    Outty........B.K.
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  14. eNfO

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    scott storch is bitter as fuck

    if he produced it on his own, why would he wait 7 years to say something?

    and its clear he did the keys on the beat... but you know damn well he didnt do the drums, or mixing, or arranging.
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    scott replayed the main melody (piano riff) from grant green.

    oh yeah i think dre made the whole beat for "My life" and "Fast Money"

    , "Deep Cover" and many others
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  16. Bash

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    lmao dat nigga upped all my old threads
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  17. Mr.BYTCH KILLA

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    Man these some fake motherfuckers on this site....

    Well its me the real Mr Bytch Killa the Man Without A Face....the Underground Thug from Houston Texas....

    Dre is a beat making legend we all know this man....I dont really care if he did have help making a few beats.......The Fact is .....The Motherfucker jamming....

    Ill take some advice from dre anyday about creating music.....

    Dre Is Beat King In My Book......Out Mr.B.K.
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  18. _-Nick-Knox-_

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    i dont think any of us were in the studio when any of the songs hes been involved with were made so how do any of us know anything besides what the credits tell us and what people add to what the credits tell us and act like its a fact.... who knows the last sing handedly dre produced track... hell it could be still dre for all we know... (not literally.. jus a figure of speech)
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