Dr. Dre’s ‘The Chronic’ finally lands on streaming services on… 4/20

In true Dre fashion his classic album is coming to streaming services on the day loved by weed smokers – 20th April.

Can you believe that this legendary album wasn’t already on streaming services? Well you probably can if you wanted to listen to it and found it absent. Thankfully that won’t be the case much longer.

Dr. Dre is dropping his classic album ‘The Chronic’, already a very un-subtle nod to smoking weed, will be available on all you favourite services to stream from on the unofficial holiday of smoking marijuana 4/20. Of course, if you’re British it’s 20/4 but you can be sure that doesn’t stop many people.

The album has been available on Apple Music since 2015, likely thanks to Dre’s close ties to Apple. Now other services like Spotify, Amazon, Deezer and the rest will be able to stream the rap legend’s famous album.

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