During part 5 of Soren Baker's discussion with Erotic D, the legendary Dallas, Texas producer stops by Unique Access Entertainment to discuss falling out with once prominent protégé Six-Two, and also tells Soren Baker about The D.O.C. writing for the late MC Breed. Unique Access and Erotic D have been discussing a number of topics over the course of their interview series … [Read more...] about Erotic-D Talks Falling Out With Six-Two & The D.O.C. Writing For MC Breed + More On Unique Access With Soren Baker
Kurupt has been a part of hip-hop history since he first stormed onto the scene with his appearance songs like “Lyrical Gangbang”, “Stranded on Death Row”, and “Bitches Ain’t Shit” from Dr. Dre’s multi-platinum solo debut The Chronic on Death Row Records in 1992. Since those incredible verse-stealing guest appearances, Kurupt has gone on to have a near 30 year career in the … [Read more...] about Kurupt Talks Dr. Dre’s “Detox”, Snoop Dogg & 2Pac Tension, Squashing Beef With DMX, Working On “Doggystyle”, The D.O.C. + More On Bootleg Kev Podcast
Legendary Dallas, Texas producer Erotic D is now in his 4th decade of music with his fingerprints on some definitive classic projects such as Dr. Dre‘s The Chronic and producing fellow DFWer The D.O.C. on the cult-classic Helter Skelter. He has worked with several of the most iconic figures in music including Dr. Dre, The D.O.C., N.W.A, MC Breed, Eazy-E, Suge Knight, Snoop … [Read more...] about Happy Birthday, Erotic D!
From being a creative force behind the pioneering rap group N.W.A, to his platinum classic No One Can Do It Better, and penning all-time classic hits for his homies Dr. Dre (The Chronic) and Snoop Dogg (Doggystyle), the diggy-diggy Doc continues to make his mark on hip-hop. By writing for Eazy-E and N.W.A. during his Ruthless Records glory days, the D.O.C. would later break … [Read more...] about Happy Birthday D.O.C.!
Iconic Dallas, Texas MC/Songwriter The D.O.C. was the most recent guest on Steve-O's Wild Ride Podcast, and the two sat down to discuss a myriad of topics including D.O.C.'s involvement in forming one of the most legendary record labels in history in Death Row Records, introducing Suge Knight to Dr. Dre, moving to Atlanta and working with MC Breed, Snoop Dogg leaving Death Row … [Read more...] about The D.O.C. Talks Death Row Records, Becoming The Bionic Rapper, Calls Eminem A “Sick Genius”, Doing “Gasoline Alley” Movie With Bruce Willis + More With Steve-O On The Wild Ride Podcast