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Dr. Dre Breaks Silence On Divorce With Eye-Opening Bars On “Detox” Album Preview

Dr. Dre Breaks Silence On Divorce With Eye-Opening Bars On “Detox” Album Preview! Dr. Dre is  finally back in the studio seemingly with a vengeance and it appears like he is intentionally using art to speak out the realities of life.  The mega-producer has broken his silence on his bitter divorce battle with his estranged wife Nicole Young and a recent hospitalization in a new preview of his delayed album, Detox.

Dr. Dre Breaks Silence On Divorce With Eye-Opening Bars On “Detox” Album Preview

As reported by Complex, DJ Silk’s recent preview of an unreleased song by Dre featuring KXNG Crooked via Instagram Live has left fans speculating that it may be from Dre’s upcoming album “Detox”. A two-minute preview of the track sees Dre seemingly referencing both his ongoing divorce with estranged wife Nicole Young as well as the time he spent in the hospital after suffering an aneurysm.

The bars go as follows: “Trying to kill me with them lies and that perjury/ICU/I see you tryna fuck me while I’m in surgery. …You know we don’t tolerate that nonsense/By any means get your hand out of my pocket.”

The lyrics imply that Dr. Dre may have been stressed thanks to the Divorce proceedings leading to his health scare. Of course, for most celebrity and other high-profile divorces, the money involved is usually the talk of the town. In Dre’s case, Young is asking for approximately $2 million per month in spousal support.

In an Instagram post, Crooked also shared a photo with Dr. Dre in the studio captioned, “I told the [G.O.A.T] I’m on a mission with this one.” Dr. Dre appeared to be in good health something fans are happy to see.

The “Detox” Album has been touted to be released this year. The album has been in the making for more than 10 years since it was first announced for release in 2002 by Dr. Dre but later shelved as the legendary producer concentrated on projects for Eminem, 50 Cent, and The Game. In 2015, Dre hinted that he had scrapped the project after working on it for more than 10 years and instead releasing “Compton: A Soundtrack By Dr. Dre.”

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