It takes place in a desert in the year The casting includes actor Chris Tucker playing the evil tribal chief, Tony Cox as the dwarf soldier and Roger Troutman carrying a talk box.
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Daz Dillinger had been working on beats to supply for the new release. Pac would bring longtime musical counterpart Johnny J to the fold.
The thing many fans were excited about was Dr. While Pac had worked with Death Row, it had been limited to a cameo in Dr. As legend has it, the song was a remix to a track Dre had already been working on for his Chronic follow-up rumored first to be called The Chronic II: At the time, Dre was also teasing a Helter Skelter album with Ice Cube, even wearing hats to promote the reunion of N.
Many think that project halted following the death of Eazy-E earlier that year. Despite whatever initial vision Andre Young had, that song also went to Tupac. The artist who had thrown fingers his whole career was big on the W on the song that celebrates the SoCal lifestyle.