The Chronic 30th Anniversary

Released December 13, 1992, Dr. Dre's seminal album "The Chronic" went on to sell over six million copies and redefined Hip Hop soncially and geographically.  We celebrate 30 Years of G-Funk.

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The Chronic was released on December 15, 1992, by the newly formed label Death Row Records and distributed by Interscope Records. Recording sessions took place in June 1992More than just a best-selling album, The Chronic represents a pivotal point on the Hip Hop history timeline, serving as both a prelude and an inspiration for important and influential artists like 2Pac, Nas, Wu Tang Clan, Queen Latifah, Onyx, and many others, who released music in 1993 and together birthed a cultural movement.


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