No One Did It Funkier

Coming straight outta Dallas, The D.O.C. was the first gangster rapper to display first class lyricism mixed with hardened sensibilities. Back when Ruthless Records was still thriving, Dre improved on the breakbeat production from Straight Outta Compton on 1989’s No One Can Do It Better, with songs like “Let the Bass Go” and “The Formula” employing the modern-day sound beds as we’ve grown to love them.

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