This week, Dr. Dre used his Beats 1 radio show to release a previously unheard track titled “Naked.” Elsewhere, HipHopDX threw it all the way back to 2000 by posting Eminem and Redman’s “Off The Wall” and lastly, Justin Bieber’s collaboration with Nas off the singer’s latest album Purpose surfaced online.
Dr. Dre Releases “Naked” Via Beats 1 Radio Show
On the latest episode of “The Pharmacy,” Dr. Dre’s radio show that streams exclusively on Apple Music’s Beats 1, the rapper/producer released a previously unheard track titled “Naked.” The song, which features Marsha Ambrosius and Sly Piper, comes straight out of Dre’s vault.
Remembering Eminem & Redman’s “Off The Wall”
In light of their mutual respect for one another, which was further evidenced by their conversation on Shade 45 earlier this week, HipHopDX posted the 2000 collaboration from Eminem and Redman titled “Off The Wall.” The cut, which is produced by Erick Sermon, features on the soundtrack to the film, The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps.
Justin Bieber Teams With Nas For “We Are”
Just 24 hours prior to the release of Justin Bieber’s fourth studio album Purpose, the Canadian singer’s Nas-assisted cut “We Are” surfaced online.
This week’s Top 10 is as follows:
- OHNO – “Me & My Bitch” [Video]
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