15. No One Can Do it Better
Producer: Dr. Dre
Album Title: No One Can Do it Better
No One Can Do It Better is The D.O.C.'s debut album, released on June 16, 1989. It reached number-one on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart for two weeks, while peaking in the Top 20 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album was certified gold by the RIAA three months after it was released, and platinum on April 21, 1994. This was the only solo album The D.O.C. was able to record before a car accident resulted in crushing his larynx, permanently changing his voice
The DOC was ahead of his time. Sadly his short lived career would be ended by a fatal car crash which destroyed and tore his vocal cords apart, rendering them useless now... But my god, back in the late 80s, there was no one that came close to the tone, flow or voice of the DOC. He could have grown to be one of the greatest lyricist of all time, and in many tracks he boasts and rants about his so called ahead of his time-MCing skills over Dr. Dres instrumentals. Not many people know this, but after DOC stopped rapping he started to ghost write for Dr Dre. For those that donno: Ghost writing is when you write lyrics for someone but don't wanna take credit and just let your self be UKNOWN hence the term GHOST WRITING. It's pretty well known in the realm of Rap that the DOC ghost wrote most, if not all of Dr. Dres lyrics in the Chronic 1992, and Chronic 2001. Its a shame his short yet epic skillful mic career ended so quick, or else this guy would have been probably been up there with some of the greatest of all time such as, RAKIM, big daddy kane, krs, gza, guru, all of them. DOC proves he was one of the greatest and lets all y'all know that...
No Can do it Better
Such an amazing mc who got his mic life cut short..
Oh yeah and this is probably Dr. Dre at his most laid back, smoothiest, and most jazziest that I have ever seen him, goddamn these beats are amazing, especially "THE FORMULA". Everyones gotta check this shit out of for DOCs lyrics and dres beats. They just go together Like milk and cookies. Perfect combo, i sware if doc didn't get into a horrific car accident, and fuck his vocals up then I strongly believe that doc and dre would have been one of the greatest duos in the realm of hip hop(that is of course, if they recorded a couple more albums together).
COP THIS SHIT FOLKS: Dr Dre & The DOC come out with a stone cold classic. 14 MORE ALBUMS BABY. Cant believe its been almost a year since i first made this thread... I should stop being lazy and get this finished sooner or later, hell even natrlhi hopped back on the wagon and is finishing up his orgy list, i should try and get my high horse on this shindig and dish out a couple more albums before the year ends...or try to at least finish the damn thread...
anyways, CHECK OUT SOME BOMB DIGGY TRACKS FOLKS, PEACE
Let the Bass Go
No One Can Do it Better
Lend Me an Ear
Portrait of a Masterpiece
The DOC and The Dr.