But I couldn't hear Cube and Dr. Dre no more at all
Cube left NWA in ‘90 because he didn’t think he got as much money as he deserved from Straight outta Compton. NWA release some lines fired at Cube in 100 Miles and Runnin', they also released i.e. Always Into Something and Real Niggaz. Cube responded with No Vaseline which is one of the best disses in all time in my opinion.
The beef with Dre started in ‘92 when Dre left Ruthless Records and Eazy and started Deathrow Records together with Suge. Dre released a diss against Eazy called Fuck Wit Dre Day as a single from the legendary album the Chronic, he continued dissing Eazy on The Chronic with Bitches Ain’t Shit. Eazy responded in '93 with a whole album called It’s On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa with songs like It’s On and Real Muthaphuckkin G’s. Eazy crossed “Dr. Dre” from the title on his hospital bed though, 'casue he didn’t want to die and be an enemie of Dre.
Cube and Dre have showed their respect to Eazy and the rest of the gruop also, with songs like What’s the Difference, Chin Check, Hello and Growin Up. Dr Dre also visits Eazy’s grave in the end of video in his new single I Need A Doctor.
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