When it rains leaks it pours. Just a day after the interwebs were set ablaze by a new "Detox" leak, the hazy " Kush ", leakapalooza continues with Dr. Taking a much more hard rock oriented approach than I can ever remember hearing Dre associated with - Alex Da Kid actually produced it, not Dre - "Need a Doctor" also features a dope Eminem verse consisting almost entirely of "I owe everything to the good Dr. And now for the good stuff. Not to get all Watergate on you, but I've got a source at Interscope who'd prefer to keep their job, so we're going to have to go the anonymous route.
The Real Story Behind Dr. Dre & Eminem's "I Need a Doctor" - DJBooth
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Dre featuring rapper Eminem and recording artist Skylar Grey. The song was produced by British record producer Alex da Kid ,  and released for digital download through the American iTunes Store on February 1, Musically, "I Need a Doctor" is predominantly a rap song, backed by a "spacey", drum-heavy production, with extra piano keys featured in the introduction and the chorus. Lyrically, the song is largely about Dr.