Dr. Dre Discusses How Music Is Therapy, His Experience Directing The “Nuthin’ But A G Thang” Video, Pushing Creative Boundaries, Having True Freedom + More On Workout The Doubt Podcast

Dr. Dre, one of the pioneering pillars of hip-hop and a musical icon, was recently the featured guest on the Workout The Doubt podcast and discussed growing up in Compton with his earliest memories involving music, how the music from legends like Curtis Mayfield, Maurice White & Verdine White of Earth, Wind & Fire influenced him, his experience of performing the Pepsi Halftime Show during Super Bowl LVI and being talked into doing it by Nas.

The iconic producer also talks to host Dolvett Quince about the feeling of creating magic in the studio with artists, navigating through different personalities of a Snoop Dogg or an Eminem to create music, getting into film and directing the “Nuthin’ But A G Thang video”, hating the use of the words ‘usually’, ‘normally’, and ‘typically’, and more.

Check out the Workout The Doubt interview with Dr. Dre below: