Thurz Discusses Working With Dr. Dre, Musical Hiatus & Party In My Living Room

HipHop News Posted on May 16, 2019 at 2:02am

Thurz Discusses Working With Dr. Dre, Musical Hiatus & Party In My Living Room

#DXCLUSIVE: The West Coast rapper also speaks on his collabs with Jake One, the aftermath of Nipsey Hussle's death and much more.

Los Angeles, CA – Longtime MC Thurz recently stepped back into the spotlight with his Morris Day and Prince-inspired single “777-9311.” The track put an end to a hiatus in his solo career, which took a backseat to his popular event series Party In My Living Room and his work for Dr. Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment.

Now that Thurz is releasing new music again, HipHopDX caught up with the Los Angeles-based rhymer to get the details on his return. Thurz discussed how he connected with Dr. Dre, his work on Anderson .Paak’s Oxnard album, his collaborations with Grammy-winning producer Jake One and much more in the extensive conversation..centered-ad {

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HipHopDX: What made you go on a musical hiatus?

Thurz: I would say I felt like I needed a … I just wanted more purpose behind my music. I wanted to have a rollout. I wanted to have content that I could just consistently roll out, have music that I fully believed in — not t

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