25 Greatest Songs Produced by Dr. Dre and Jimmy lovine

Their remarkably successful partnership as producers, label owners and business executives has resulted in hits that shaped our culture

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Snoop Dogg feat. Nate Dogg, Warren G, and Kurupt, "Ain't No Fun" (1993)

With its bouncy, glitter ball-illuminated groove, "Ain't No Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None)" is Dre's version of a boogie-funk epic. While never released as a single, it has endured as an urban radio staple and a frequent source of inspiration: Mariah Carey essentially lifted the rhythm for her "Heartbreaker (Remix)" hit in 1999. Just as famous as Dre's disco-fried beat is Nate Dogg's opening vocal, and the way he makes heartless pimping sound so playfully likeable. "When I met you last night baby, before you opened up your gap/I had respect for you lady, but now I take it all back," he sings. "Cause I have never met a girl/That I loved in the whole wide world."

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