A journalist by the name of Chad Kiser thinks that a new leaked track could be from the Dr. Dre “Detox” record that never made it out into the public sphere. Hot New Hip Hop reported this week that a new song by the name of “Get It,” was leaked from Dre’s shelved “Detox.”
Approximately ten years ago, Dr. Dre was expected to release the LP but after it was delayed several times and had been the subject of numerous leaks, Dr. Dre finally chose to call it off altogether and it was never released.
Reportedly, the song features the same beat which was featured on 50 Cent’s song, “50 for President.”
According to Hot New Hip Hop, the song features what appears to be Dr. Dre rapping about people who want more out of life but aren’t willing to work for it. Ironically, this comes at a time when things aren’t going that well for the mega-producer.
The rapper and his estranged wife, Nicole Young, have been battling in a court of law over his $1 billion estate. In case you missed it, Dre and Young split up during the quarantine lockdown earlier this year and they’ve been duking it out ever since.
The news came as a big surprise to Dre’s fans considered he and Nicole Young were always under the radar. However, this has now come to an end with both parties airing out each other’s dirty laundry in the court system.
Earlier this year, it was reported that Dre and Young were fighting over the validity of a prenuptial agreement they had signed. Dre supposedly ripped it up at one point as a romantic gesture. Additionally, they were in the headlines over claims that Young may have illegally taken money out of one of his bank accounts.
Furthermore, reports have claimed Nicole is now trying to figure out whether Dre has been paying child support to any other women for children he may have fathered without her knowing.
For instance, it’s been reported that Nicole has tried to subpoena three different women, his supposed mistresses, to appear in a court of law. Reportedly, Nicole and her lawyers asked Dre to turn over any documents related to the paternity of any other kids.