Been There, Done That

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"Been There, Done That"
Single by Dr. Dre
from the album The Aftermath
Released March 26, 1997[1]
Format CD single, 12" vinyl
Recorded 1996
Genre Hip hop
Length 5:11
Label Aftermath, Interscope
Writer(s) Dr. Dre, Bud'da, J-Flexx
Producer(s) Dr. Dre, Bud'da
Dr. Dre singles chronology
"East Coast/West Coast Killas"
(1996)
"Been There, Done That"
(1997)
"Phone Tap"
(1997)

"Been There, Done That" is a single by West Coast rapper and producer Dr. Dre, taken from his compilation album The Aftermath.

Background[edit]

The song was produced by Dre himself and features co-production from Bud'da. The lyrics were written by former Death Row Records labelmate, J-Flexx. After Dre's departure from the label J-Flexx released a diss song on the Death Row Greatest Hits compilation titled "Who Been There, Who Done That". The song was referenced at the end of "Guilty Conscience" by Eminem, which was a collaboration with Dre. The exact line is "been there, done that...ah fuck it, what am I saying? Shoot 'em both Grady, where's your gun at?"

Tracklisting[edit]

  1. "Been There, Done That" (Radio Edit) - 4:06
  2. "Been There, Done That" (Video Mix) - 5:14
  3. "Been There, Done That" (Video Mix Instrumental) - 5:14
  1. "Been There, Done That" (LP Version) - 5:14
  2. "Been There, Done That" (Radio Edit) - 4:06
  3. "Been There, Done That" (LP Instrumental) - 5:14

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