Concrete Roots

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Concrete Roots
Compilation album by Dr. Dre
Released September 20, 1994
Genre Rap
Length 57:09
Label Triple X / Hitman Music
Producer Dr. Dre, DJ Flash(also exec.)
Dr. Dre chronology
The Chronic
(1992)
Concrete Roots
(1994)
Back 'N The Day
(1996)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 1.5/5 stars[1]

Concrete Roots is a 1994 album featuring Dr. Dre. The album was conceived, compiled and produced by West Coast Hip Hop pioneer Lee "DJ Flash" Johnson. It sold over 250,000 copies during its first week of release. Debuting at #6 on Billboard Rap Charts, and at #24 on Billboard Top 100, Concrete Roots remained on Billboards Top 100 for eight consecutive weeks.

# Title Featured guest(s) Time
1 "Concrete Roots Intro" 5:43
2 "The Formula" The D.O.C 4:10
3 "Mo' Juice" Cli-N-Tel 4:10
4 "It's Funky Enough" The D.O.C 4.28
5 "Dre's Beat Remix" Cli-N-Tel 0:49
6 "Surgery II" Cli-N-Tel 4:28
7 "Paid For It" 0:26
8 "No More Lies" Michel'le 3:42
9 "Another "G" Thang" Leon Haywood 5:42
10 "The Planet" Cli-N-Tel 5:06
11 "Dre's Beat" Cli-N-Tel 3:30
12 "Must Be The Music" The World Class Wreckin' Cru 5:02
13 "The Grand Finale" The D.O.C & N.W.A 4:38
14 "N-Tervu" 0:42
15 "Concrete Roots (Radio Reprise)" Cli-N-Tel 4:11

Sales[edit]

Chart Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200 43
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums 17

Credits[edit]

  • Peter Heur - Executive Producer
  • DJ Flash - Executive Producer
  • The World Class Wreckin' Cru - Performer
  • Dr. Dre - Arranger, Drums, Vocals, Producer, Main Performer, Keyboards, Drum Programming
  • Dean Naleway - Executive Producer
  • Yvette Clark Art - Direction, Design
  • William "Dr. Z." Zimmerman - Keyboards
  • DJ Yella - Programming, Producer
  • Cli-N-Tel - Producer
  • Stan Jones - Guitar
  • Ice Cube - Vocals
  • Mo' Juice - Executive Producer
  • N.W.A - Vocals
  • Leon Haywood - Performer
  • Victor Brooks - Remixing
  • Lonzo - Associate Producer, Executive Producer, Remixing
  • Derrell Black - Vocals
  • Wreckin' Cru - Executive Producer
  • Eazy-E - Vocals
  • Billy Jam Liner - Notes
  • MC Ren - Vocals
  • Monalisa Young - Vocals (Background)

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