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Check Out One Of Hip Hop’s Rising Stars Kurty Durty. He Has Been Making A lot of Noise In The Industry. 

Not like this , says Dr. Dre. He doesn’t want people to hear any of his music before it is done . A unfinished version of the highly anticipated Dre and Jay-Z duet “Under Pressure” leaked to the Internet, and the Doc responded on Thursday (June 17) on the Interscope website.

Simply titled “Message from Dre,” the statement reads : “I want to set the record straight for everybody who’s been waiting to hear my music. The song that’s out on the Internet is an incomplete song that I’m still working on. When it’s ready, you’ll be hearing it from me.”

“Under Pressure” will be on Dr.Dre’s highly anticipated album Detox . The leaked song and album doesn’t have an official release date   Interscope and aftermath are worrying about releasing Eminem’s new album Recovery 

The bootleg of “Under Pressure” has no chorus, at least not the version that was leaked . Keep in mind, Dre has been known to do a few different versions of his songs before he feels they are ready for public consumption . The leaked version featured the Compton icon batting leadoff.

“The long-awaited Detox, bitch,” Dre said to commence the song. “But maybe I don’t wanna stop/ Maybe I don’t wanna quit/ Maybe I like ho’s/ Maybe I don’t want a wife/ Maybe I’m psycho/ … Maybe we need to breathe some life in this sh–/ Maybe we are the life of this sh–.”

After a space with no vocals, where the chorus would presumably go, Jay-Z arrives on the song .

“Dre, I think I need my sponsor,” he says.

“Trying to grow, but I just can’t seem ta/ Having trouble cleaning up, I’m like FEMA/ All these little haters got me back with the nina/ Got me bringing guns to work, Gilbert Arenas,” the Jiggaman adds later in his bars. “I’m in this party/ I’m up to no good/ And I should be ducking these clubs, Tiger Woods.”

Besides Jay-Z, the collaborators that Dre has had in the lab with him for Detox have been pretty impressive  — as expected. Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, the Game, Nas, R. Kelly, Scott Storch, T.I., Nas, 50 Cent and Eminem have all recorded with Dre over the past few years for the album.

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