@InspectahDUCK cause hes two years ahead The Death Row Inmates. Chronic 2001 But maybe that's because hip hop had been boring me and then all of a sudden Dre was back and West Coast rap was blowing up again and  power 106 was back at #1 on my radio. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. What’s your favorite song from the Black Panther Soundtrack so far? Also, that feel when time between Chronic 2001 and now is way longer than the time between Chronic and Chronic 2001 . Post opinions/ratings of projects you’ve recently heard, https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/miguel-confirms-hes-got-an-all-spanish-album-on-the-way-news.50044.html, hey guys, this is typically not something I would do but my friends have some wack tastes in music and I, Sweaecation was garbage bruh. this might be the last 1 so treat it nice The ghost of megan G. Long Beach, CA ; 0 friends 0 reviews lets keep the yo mama's to the dozens thread, thank you very … Like you said, it's hard to say since both are classics in different times of hip hop. Oct 29, 2014 #40 "Cause I'm rollin' in my 6-4" R. ReturnOfTheRAT Member. JavaScript is disabled. Although, that’s just because it’s more traditional. “‘G’ Thang” made it all the way to number two on the Billboard Hot 100, but its impact has only grown since its release. For me, I gotta throw it down fo' da Chronic, yo! And whats the difference gotta be one of my favorite songs, that beat tho. The Chronic VS 2001 VS Doggystyle. personally its a tie between 2001 and The Chronic. We’re working with LDF to demand change. It was so hard to make it to the end fr. I like the original better, but both still good. Both great albums though, no hate. https://soundcloud.com/kferg500/sets/14th-apostle, From all of my music enjoying friends, there is only one of them who seems to enjoy Lil Pump and his. It’s just a generational gap honestly. 2001 makes me want to cruise with the girls and whyld out while the chronic makes me feel gangstuh and want to just chilllllllllllll at the crib with some doja LOL. 2001: Originally intended to be titled The Chronic 2000, Dre was forced to add a year and drop the “Chronic” after Suge Knight pulled the ultimate troll move and used the title for a compilation album that was released six months before Dre’s. Several of these are iconic hip-hop skits, from Snoop’s scathing intro where you just knew you were about to hear something incredible to Warren G’s prank phone call that ends in “Deeez Nuuuts” that still has junior high students yelling it at each other. Post opinions/ratings of projects you’ve recently heard, https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/miguel-confirms-hes-got-an-all-spanish-album-on-the-way-news.50044.html, hey guys, this is typically not something I would do but my friends have some wack tastes in music and I, Sweaecation was garbage bruh. Classic Clash: The Chronic Vs. 2001. This conversation is older than 2 months and has been closed to new posts. KingMathers. Most sequel titles are derivative by nature anyway, but an album released in 1999 but titled 2001 is just awkward. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suge_Knight_Represents:_Chronic_2000 Add an image, video, or tweet by pasting in the URL: The United States is in the midst of a national policing crisis. 2001 is more of a party album in my opinion, something that gets everyone pumped up. What do you think? The Chronic: The majority of the lyrics on The Chronic were handled by The D.O.C., Snoop & RBX and it gives the album a cohesive vibe in terms of flows and cadence coming from a single voice, keeping up the illusion that Dre himself may have come up with these lyrics. Aside from Lil’ Ghetto Boy, little of it deviates from the Death Row way of life of guns and hos all under the California sun, but that’s by design. Justin if I would have to pick a Cube album I would pick Amerikkka's Most Wanted. The reason? (Fun fact: “‘G’ Thang” lost the Grammy for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group to Digable Planets’s “Rebirth of Slick [Cool Like Dat].”) Weirdly, all three songs occur within the first five tracks of the album. Rhymes are a little more fresh on 2001. Then his debut album came out... 2001. just for Still D.R.E. 2 Kanye albums The Chronic: “The Chronic [Intro],” “The $20 Sack Pyramid,” “The Doctor’s Office,” and “The Roach [The Chronic Outro],” as well as the unofficial skits that serve as intros to the songs “The Day the Ni — z Took Over,” “Deeez Nuuuts,” and “Lil’ Ghetto Boy.”. I’d go with King’s Dead. (In this case, gold is the Chronic), Right, and in 1992 Dr. Dre was viewed as the Rakim of the west. Also why does it have that name when it was released in 1999? Posted On: September 27, 2009; Posted By: odeisel; Comments: 5; By shelz. Have you actually gone back and listened to the Lyrics on the original album? 2001 was great too, but I find myself going back to The Chronic more and more. I’ve never really understood the hype surrounding 2001 tbr, have to go with The Chronic. You can sign in to vote the answer. Lv 7. 2001: “Still D.R.E.,” “Forgot About Dre,” and “The Next Episode”. Nothing had sounded like it before and it completely reinvented hip hop production. So awesome. The Chronic vs The Chronic 2001? Do you think spm would like Mario or sonic better. The Chronic’s other two singles could never match such lofty praise, but they still made a mark. The Chronic - Dr. Dre (1992) 6 vote(s) 60.0% Doggystyle - Snoop Dogg (1993) 3 vote(s) 30.0% 2001 - Dr. Dre (1999) 1 vote(s) 10.0% Thread Status: Not open for further replies. https://youtu.be/CsQ5tBq1_GM, new music out now!!!! Both albums introduced a new sound to hip-hop while at the same time proving that Dre was not finished, regardless of the demise of N.W.A or the lukewarm response to The Aftermath compilation or The Firm album. Yikes. Answer Save. Upvote +4 Downvote. Sorry...got all Dr. Dre on this thread. How do you think about the answers? 0 0. Now I'm in the mood to listen to The Chronic. This forum is closed—no new threads or posts can be created. So Dre decided to ‘one up’ it and named it 2001 with a ‘Chronic’ leaf, Again I’m not sure exactly but I believe it’s something like that. Love driving around listening to Fuck wit Dre Day. 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I feel by the time 2001 dropped...Dre already proved himself. One is based off the other. So, in anticipation of Dre’s third and final (?) The features feel arbitrary and while Em, Xzibit, Nate, and even Snoop all bring it, it’s just not the same. 2001 has the better standouts, more songs I go back to, and some of the best moments of various artist's entire careers (Dre, Snoop, Em, Xzibit, Nate Dogg), etc. 5 years ago . Both Snoop and Tha Dogg Pound would have their own multiplatinum albums within a few years and this feels like one big group album (which could have been titled Welcome to Death Row) rather than a slapped together collection of tracks. The album includes multiple singles that were extremely popular. You have XXplosive, which is sublime - on top of this Dre rips it in The Watcher, Some L.A. N*iggaz has MC Ren in tha muthaeffin house and *then* you have What's The Difference and Forgot About Dre - which are bona fide classics. I think I like the Chronic more though, but I've been on a 90's kick lately so it could be that. That shit was sick. Still have questions? M. Macca Member. Well, as many suspected, “it wasn’t good.” (So I guess it was kind of Like Dr. Dre Presents…The Aftermath.) lets keep the yo mama's to the dozens thread, thank you very much. One could make an argument for any of the three as the album’s best, something that can’t be done for The Chronic (or virtually any other album). Answer Save. While The Chronic’s singles trended slightly downward (despite what the Grammys would have you believe), 2001’s singles were all unique and, in their own way, great. Pusha T, Actually I think it was yesterday or something but idgf. (Later editions of the album featured a sidebar on the cover that announced “Featuring the Death Row Inmates” and listed most of the album’s guests.). 2001 has better beats however the chronic has better lyrics. leclerc. While “Forgot About Dre” also earned a Grammy, this one for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, none of the singles even reached the top twenty on the Billboard Hot 100, but they resonated and have shown longevity. Honestly, 2001 might be the GOAT album production-wise, 2001 for beats & The Chronic for chilling, 2001 just cause i’ve listened to it more, but Chronic is great too… fuck. @InspectahDUCK I think it’s cus Dre wanted to call it The Chronic 2000 for the turn of the millennium but Suge heard about this and being a troll mofo released a Death Row album (Idk the specifics) named Chronic 2000 (or something like that idk).

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