Dre has a lot to say about the recent posting of Snoop
Dogg’s latest No Limit Album, The Last Meal. Here is what the
multi platinum selling artist told Sonicnet in a recent interview:
"Why don’t those
people do what we are doing [and] move on?" Dre said. "You
live your life; let us live our life. I don’t f— with you, you
don’t f— with me, and then everybody can just move on with their
lives, be happy and chill with their families, and go on."
"The way of thinking is so
minimal right there. Like, ‘Yo, my record isn’t selling, so I’m
gonna try to f— up what you tryna’ do.’ It seems really wack
to me. Do your thing, make your records, and I’m more than happy
to go and pick up your record when it comes out, and I’ll feel
it when it’s hot. But don’t try to f— up what the next guy is
trying to do."
"Usually it takes between
nine and 10 months to produce and make a record that’s gonna be
hot enough to present to the people," the rapper/producer
continued. "If I go in there and spend that kind of time
on a record, and then somebody grabs it because of some kind of
animosity or stuff like that and puts it up on the Internet for
people to get free, it’s kind of crazy to me. It’s like hatin’
to the highest power."