To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the groundbreaking LP, Dr. Dre has added “The Chronic” to streaming services.

Dr. Dre and Interscope Records have collaborated to make all 16 songs from the Grammy-winning rapper’s 1992 debut studio album available on streaming sites like Apple Music and Spotify.

“I am happy to bring the Chronic home to its original distribution partner, Interscope Records,” the music and technology tycoon, whose real name is Andre Romelle Young, said in a statement.

It’s a full circle moment for me to be working with my longtime colleagues John Janick and Steve Berman to re-release the album and make it accessible to fans worldwide.

Vice Chairman of Interscope Geffen A+M Steve Berman stated: “Dr. Dre is without a doubt one of the most recognizable and revolutionary artists of the modern period. Additionally, he has made very significant charitable contributions using his platform, ensuring that his influence will be felt for many years to come. With The Chronic, one of the most acclaimed albums of all time, Dre launched his solo career. For myself personally and for all of us at Interscope, having this album back at Interscope where we work with Dre and his incredible crew at Aftermath on a daily basis is incredibly satisfying.

Earlier this month, news emerged that Dr. Dre is almost ready to sell all of his musical holdings for a staggering $200 million (£164 million).

With the help of Death Row Entertainment, he is reclaiming ownership of the master recordings for “The Chronic,” and as part of the large-scale agreement, Universal Music Group will buy them.

According to Billboard, the agreement with UMG will also include Dr. Dre’s portion of Kendrick Lamar’s songs under Top Dawg Entertainment’s agreement with UMG subsidiary Interscope.

In addition to selling to Universal, the CEO of Aftermath Entertainment and Beats Electronics is transferring to Shamrock Capital the artist royalties from his first two solo albums, as well as producer royalties, songwriting shares for tracks for which he does not own the publishing rights, and N.W.A. artist royalties.

Death Row Records’ new owner since last year is Snoop Dogg.

The rap legend gained notoriety after contributing to Dr. Dre’s album “The Chronic,” which was published on the illustrious record label. He was later signed and released his debut album, “Doggystyle,” a year later.


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