The Watcher (song)
"The Watcher" is a song by American hip hop recording artist Dr. Dre from his second studio album 2001. It was released as the fourth and final single from the album in France on February 27, 2001. "The Watcher" features vocals from rappers Eminem and Knoc-turn'al, who sing the hook. The song talks about Dre's rap career and what he's been through. It also mentions former N.W.A bandmate Eazy-E & his death.
|Single by Dr. Dre|
|from the album 2001|
|Released||February 27, 2001|
|Studio||Larrabee Sound Studios|
(West Hollywood, California)
|Dr. Dre singles chronology|
Rapper Jay-Z would later release a sequel titled "The Watcher 2" on his 2002 album The Blueprint 2: The Gift & The Curse. Jay-Z's version was produced by Dr. Dre and featured vocals from Rakim and Truth Hurts.
One of Dr. Dre's lines was later interpolated as the chorus for Hello (Ice Cube song).
- CD single (France)
|2.||"Bad Guys Always Die" (with Eminem)||4:38|