This Day In Hip Hop and Rap History

This Day In Hip Hop and Rap History

November 26th – Dr. Dre releases the compilation “Dr. Dre Presents The Aftermath” on Aftermath Records on this day in 1996.

This would be Dre’s first release after leaving Death Row Records the same year.

Aftermath would be the name of the new label Dr. Dre was now starting.

It was a reference to life for Dre after leaving the infamous Death Row imprint

Dr. Dre would handle production on the set which would produce the hit-singles, “East Coast/West Coast Killas”, featuring KRS-One, Nas, B-Real, Group Therapy and RBX and “Been There Done That”.

Other Guests on the platinum-selling album would include King Tee, Jheryl Lockhart, Sid McCoy, RC, D-Ruff, Hands-On, Mel-Man, Nowl, Kim Summerson, Sharief, Who'z Who, Nicole Johnson, Maurice Wilcher, Stu-B-Doo, Flossy P, Mike Lynn and Cassandra McCowan.