Earlier this year, Dr. Dre has recently signed a new white rapper to his Aftermath label. The artist, Texas native Justin Mohrle, was discovered after Dre heard a demo with his former Dallas protege The D.O.C., and soon moved to California work with the legendary producer on Dre’s latest project Compton.
Mohrle and Dre have done 13-hour sessions at Record One studio in Los Angeles. The D.O.C. told D Magazine that Dre is planning to release the songs him and Mohrle made as a unit.
“That’s the way the house is rolling. We’re putting all of our energy toward building another classic for The Good Doctor. Then he’s going to help us take time to help us build a classic for the youngster.
So far, Mohrle has already worked on Compton with many artists including BJ the Chicago Kid and King Mez. However, he has also been working with Gwen Stefani.