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Dr. Dre Hits Studio With Ron Isley And Here’s What To Expect

Dr. Dre Hits Studio With Ron Isley And Here’s What To Expect! Dr. Dre has made it a habit of connecting with artists in the studio, a quality that can only come from one of the music industry’s truly legendary sound engineers. Of course it goes without saying that Dr. Dre is one of music industry’s top notch sound engineers just but one of the many accomplishments on his resume. Despite many of his prospective collaborators ranging from the hip-hop side, Dr. Dre recently joined forces with the legendary Ronald Isley, who recently left audiences fascinated following an Easter weekend Verzuz Battle against Earth, Wind, and Fire.

Ron Isley made his way over to Dr. Dre’s studio, a few days prior to the battle where he proceeded to link with the good Doctor alongside Aftermath in-house producer Fred Wreck. Even as some People wondered if at all any music was actually being recorded, Fred was quick to confirm as much through his Instagram page, celebrating the very fact that he had linked with one of his heroes for the first time. “Wow I can’t believe I got to work with one of my heroes today!” sharing an image of himself and Isley, he captioned. 

Though details of what Dre, Wreck, and Ron Isley may have worked on remain unclear, there is every possibility that the singer lent his vocal talents to a track from the Dr. Dre’s upcoming project.

As per information we already have at hand, Dr. Dre has been working round the clock on new music, going by his recent preview of an unreleased banger with KXNG Crooked. Given how much of a presence The Isley Brothers have had on numerous hip-hop records throughout the years, it’s not entirely surprising that Dr. Dre reached out to the legendary vocalist who will undoubtedly add class and grandeur to whichever track he ends up blessing. 

Check out photos of their link-up below, and stay tuned for more news on Dr. Dre’s upcoming project. 

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