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DR. DRE

Andre Romelle Young, known professionally as Dr. Dre, is an American rapper, record producer, audio engineer, record executive, entrepreneur, and actor. Dre was credited as a critical figure in the crafting and popularization of West Coast G-funk, a subgenre of hip hop characterized by a synthesizer foundation and slow, heavy beats. During the 2000s, Dre focused on producing other artists, occasionally contributing vocals. He signed Eminem in 1998 and 50 Cent in 2002 and co-produced their albums.

Former member of: N.W.A.

8.83/106 ratings

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Eminem
2000
The Real Slim Shady features Eminem performing the song in a psychiatric ward, a local Detroit neighborhood park, a fast-food joint, the Grammy Awards, and even a factory where multiple clones of the rapper are produced. The video also features cameo appearances by Dr. Dre, D12, Kid Rock, Fred Durst, Carson Daly, Pamela Anderson, Tommy Lee, and even a stuffed Bill the Cat doll.
FunkHip hopR&B
VMA Video of the YearVMA Video of the Year Nominee
8.14/107 ratings

billion views

EminemDido
2000
Stan features Devon Sawa as Stan, the obsessive fan, and British pop singer Dido, who sings the chorus, as his pregnant girlfriend. There are multiple versions of the disturbing video, which features scenes of violence and cruelty by the fanatical Stan.
Hardcore hip hopHorrorcore
Goliath's Greatest Music Videos of All TimeParade's Best Music Videos of All TimeVMA Video of the Year Nominee
8/104 ratings

billion views

Knoc-turn'alMissy ElliottDr. Dre
2002
It begins with Knoc and Dre sitting at a restaurant, waiting for their order as the camera moves around in a continuous shot until the end of the video. Knoc is seen in multiple roles (such as a waiter, a crackhead, a pimp, and a chef).
Hip hop
Grammy Best Music Video Nominee
8/106 ratings

billion views

Tupac ShakurDr. Dre
1995
California Love was inspired by Max Mad Beyond Thunderdome and features cameo appearances by Tony Cox, Jada Pinkett Smith, Chris Tucker, DJ Quik, Big Syke, Deion Sanders, Danny Boy, Jodeci, B-Legit, and E-40.
G-funkgangsta rapHip hopWest Coast hip hop
Goliath's Greatest Music Videos of All TimeParade's Best Music Videos of All Time
7.67/106 ratings

billion views

Eminem
1999
The video starts with a stereotypical redneck family watching television, who then comes across a show starring "Marshall Mathers" (Eminem's real name). As the video goes on, Eminem parodies several TV shows and movies. He also imitates then-President Bill Clinton, Johnny Carson, a porn star, and others. NOTE: the music video has been replaced on all official sites (including the official Eminem YouTube account and MTV's holding accounts) with alternative lyrics online making it more advertiser friendly.
Comedy hip hopHardcore hip hopHorrorcore
Insider's Most Iconic Music Videos of All Time
7.67/103 ratings

billion views

N.W.A.
1989
The video, directed by Rupert Wainwright, features Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Eazy-E, MC Ren, Krazy Dee, and DJ Yella. The video shows the group walking and posing throughout various parts of the city of Compton. Ice Cube and Ren are chased by the police during their verses, arrested, and put in a holding van. Eazy-E's verse shows him riding alongside the van in a convertible, yelling at the driver who ignores him. As the van leaves the neighborhood, residents throw rocks at it.
gangsta rapHardcore hip hopWest Coast hip hop
Parade's Best Music Videos of All Time
7.5/104 ratings

billion views

Dr. DreSnoop Dogg
1992
The music video, directed by Dr. Dre, shows him and Snoop Dogg at a block party. They drink, enjoy a cookout, and party with women. The video ends with Dre dropping Snoop off back at his house, with Snoop staggering up the driveway.
G-funkWest Coast hip hop
Yardbarker Most Influential Music Videos of All Time
8.83/106 ratings
2000
The Real Slim Shady features Eminem performing the song in a psychiatric ward, a local Detroit neighborhood park, a fast-food joint, the Grammy Awards, and even a factory where multiple clones of the rapper are produced. The video also features cameo appearances by Dr. Dre, D12, Kid Rock, Fred Durst, Carson Daly, Pamela Anderson, Tommy Lee, and even a stuffed Bill the Cat doll.
8.14/107 ratings
4
2000
Stan features Devon Sawa as Stan, the obsessive fan, and British pop singer Dido, who sings the chorus, as his pregnant girlfriend. There are multiple versions of the disturbing video, which features scenes of violence and cruelty by the fanatical Stan.
8/104 ratings
2002
It begins with Knoc and Dre sitting at a restaurant, waiting for their order as the camera moves around in a continuous shot until the end of the video. Knoc is seen in multiple roles (such as a waiter, a crackhead, a pimp, and a chef).
8/106 ratings
8
1995
California Love was inspired by Max Mad Beyond Thunderdome and features cameo appearances by Tony Cox, Jada Pinkett Smith, Chris Tucker, DJ Quik, Big Syke, Deion Sanders, Danny Boy, Jodeci, B-Legit, and E-40.
7.67/106 ratings
1999
The video starts with a stereotypical redneck family watching television, who then comes across a show starring "Marshall Mathers" (Eminem's real name). As the video goes on, Eminem parodies several TV shows and movies. He also imitates then-President Bill Clinton, Johnny Carson, a porn star, and others. NOTE: the music video has been replaced on all official sites (including the official Eminem YouTube account and MTV's holding accounts) with alternative lyrics online making it more advertiser friendly.
7.67/103 ratings
1989
The video, directed by Rupert Wainwright, features Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Eazy-E, MC Ren, Krazy Dee, and DJ Yella. The video shows the group walking and posing throughout various parts of the city of Compton. Ice Cube and Ren are chased by the police during their verses, arrested, and put in a holding van. Eazy-E's verse shows him riding alongside the van in a convertible, yelling at the driver who ignores him. As the van leaves the neighborhood, residents throw rocks at it.
7.5/104 ratings
1992
The music video, directed by Dr. Dre, shows him and Snoop Dogg at a block party. They drink, enjoy a cookout, and party with women. The video ends with Dre dropping Snoop off back at his house, with Snoop staggering up the driveway.

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