With the first listening Compton wasn't somewhere around WHOAH, but after a few tries it turns into a beautiful album, especially where is Kendrick perform. But still, I don't like "Medicine Man" song, Eminem doesn't rescue it.
wasn't into Compton at first, but the more I listen to it, the more it opens up and I love it  still no chronic/2001 but the features do really well to stand out & Dre got the best out of some old mates
For everything Compton did it's crazy to me the chorus of Animals may be my favorite moment. It's high up on my favorite hooks list of 2015, check it out here: http://dozensofdonuts.blogspot.com/2015/12/top-25-hooks-of-2015.html
it's hard to scrobble Compton tracks with the tracks' name correctly. you guys are always scrobbling the songs with the featuring thing on it. that's not part of the fucking song you primitive screwheads
Wasn't into Compton at first, but the more I listen to it, the more it opens up and I love it. There are a few really fucking solid tracks on there. @Nicked_Wicked if you think there's no real hip hop in the mainstream anymore, you obviously haven't listened to Kendrick Lamar, particularly To Pimp a Butterfly
@draksis how can you even defend this piece of trash? The production quality is nowhere near Dre's full capabilities, also the lyrics are just wack despite all the guest artists. True hip-hop has really died out on us, only small artists are keeping the genre alive and refreshed Those are also the artists who aren't brainwashed by the money and the fame, and actually still have passion for their music. The rap game isn't what is was back in the day anymore, it's just sad.
It may not be rap AOTY (TPAB and perhaps Summertime '06 best it in terms of consistency.) But it's still one helluva of a gift. One last classic from Dre. Few missteps aside (obviously he had to have Em on it outta legacy, but the verse is cringe), the production and musicality of this is just glorious.