DRE GETS TO GRIPS WITH THE RUFF STUFF

The album has been co-produced by the man with the midas touch, Dr Dre...

DRE GETS TO GRIPS WITH THE RUFF STUFF
RUFF RYDER EVE will release her second, as yet untitled, album through POLYDOR/INTERSCOPE on March 12 in the UK, and a day later in the US, NME.COM can exclusively reveal.

The first single from the album, which has been co-produced by Dr Dre, will be 'Who's That Girl', set for release at the end of April. The video is currently been filmed in Big Bear, California and in the Pokono's, in upstate New York. it will be premiered on MTV US on February 7.

A spokesperson for Eve added that a Dr Dre-produced second single, as yet also untitled would follow.

The album features collaborations with DMX, Jadakiss, The Lox, Tung Won, Da Brat and Trina.

Aside from Dr Dre, production duties were shared with Swizz Beatz.

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