Drake Reportedly Wrote for Dr. Dre Before He Was Famous

A little bit of hip-hop history may have been confirmed by DJ Booth today, and originally uncovered thanks author John Seabrook​ and his recent book, The Song Machine: Inside the Hit Factory. In an excerpt from the book, which was first posted by Genius, Seabrook wrote that Drake worked as a songwriter for Dr. Dre​ in Los Angeles for Death Row Records. Seeing that Dre left Suge Knight’s Death Row label in 1996, that didn’t really make sense since Drake was only 10 years old at the time.

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