Dr. Dre spoke to Los Angeles Times that he will work on Eminem's album and that it is "time to move on".
Seven years taking charge behind the panel, Dr. Dre finally is grabbing the mic again to record his new album, 'Detox'. The record that would be the producer's third, will be released sometime in mid 2008.
Dr. Dre initially wanted to release the materials in 2004 but dissatisfaction has led to the album being delayed. It was even reported that the beats were eventually sold to rapper The Game. The reason behind this is apparently the attempt to make a perfect piece, worthy to be called his final.
The plan is to devote his time as a producer once again, particularly working on Eminem's new album. "I think it's time to move on," Dr. Dre said in an interview with Los Angeles Times.
He also hinted that his album will be released as soon as Eminem's record is dropped. "We'll be trying to get his thing done and work on a few things on my own project," Dre said.
Dr. Dre's previous two solo albums 'The Chronic' and '2001' have both sold more than 4 millions copies.