Dr. Dre – Still D.R.E. ft. Snoop Dogg

Still D.R.E was recorded at the California A&M and Record One recording studios. The tunes belong to the gangsta rap and west coast hip-hop music genres. It was composed by Andre Young, Scott Storch, and Melvin Bradford. The lyricist is Shawn Carter. Here is everything you need to know about Still D.R.E, produced under Aftermath and Interscope labels.

How to Download Dr. Dre – Still D.R.E. ft. Snoop Dogg

You can download the song from a digital store such as Amazon Music or Apple Music – click on the Download button that is located below this review. If you like Snoop Dogg, check him out in The Addams Family and The Addams Family 2 as Cousin Itt.

The Song Review

Still D.R.E. – a Video Interpretation

Hype Williams directed the Still D.R.E music video. There are also numerous guest appearances from fellow artists. Eminem is chasing after women on a beach. We also see Xzibit on a lowrider. Lastly, Funkmaster Flex, Warren G, and the featured artist have a good time at the beach with many women.

There is also a small glimpse of Crucial Conflict, a Chicago-based rapper on the lowrider with Snoop Dogg. However, most of the video consists of the two artists driving, riding, and singing in different cars.

Still D.R.E. – the Meaning of the Lyrics

Dr. Dre put the West Coast on the map with this hip-hop freedom of expression. He promoted the genre without overpowering lyrics or a dominant tone. Dr. Dre was in his prime in the 1990s. He dropped his first solo album in 1992. The Chronic was one of rap’s most well-received and influential albums. In other words, Dr. Dre set a route for younger artists to build a name for themselves.

The song Still D.R.E is from the second album of his career. It emphasizes the artist is still here and ready to generate music. Even though he works with newer labels and staff, he is still the same person. Dr. Dre loves his fans, and they love him. He is at the center stage, ready to lead the music industry.


Still D.R.E is a reminder that an artist’s hard work does not disappear if the musician goes dormant. The song was a bold message the hip-hop king is thriving and well. He has remained in the headlines with controversial lyrics involving the police and the FBI. Dr. Dre is presently under hospital care after being diagnosed with a brain aneurysm.

About Dr. Dre

Andre Romelle Young belongs to a musical background as both parents were singers. Verna, the mother, decided to become an at-home mom after Dr. Dre was born. Unfortunately, the parents decided to separate while Dr. Dre was still young. Later, Verna re-married a few times, so Dr. Dre moved wherever his mother went.

Dr. Dre paid little attention to his schoolwork at Centennial High School. Even though he changed schools several times, his studies interest remained minimal. Dr. Dre found himself constantly attracted to music. He participated in a mixer on Christmas in 1984 and turned it into a recording studio. Dr. Dre would spend hours in his safe haven. He would draft songs and create audio without interruptions. He eventually moved to LA to pursue his dream of becoming a musician.

Dr. Dre - Still D.R.E. ft. Snoop Dogg
Still D.R.E.is a popular song by the American rapper Andre Romelle Young (1965) who is known as Dr. Dre. It also features another American rapper Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. (1971) who is known as Snoop Dogg. Download it now.
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Dr. Dre - Still D.R.E. ft. Snoop Dogg Review Summary

  • The song video is straightforward to follow. There are no immediate storyline jumps
  • The artists are dressed in casual clothes to add the humility component
  • If you are a car enthusiast, you will love the video
  • The video unnecessarily sexualizes women on the beach
  • The numerous cameos in the song video are unrelated to the subject matter
  • Artists chasing women on the beach builds uncomfortable energy
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