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1. Seminary degree
2. One of the rappers
3. Rap's Dr. _____
4. Dr. ____ of 26-Across
5. "___ Day" (rap hit)
6. "Still ___" (rap song)
7. Rapper Dr. ___
8. Dr. with a beat
9. "Forgot About ___" (rap song)
10. Hip-hop's Dr. ___
11. "Dr." with Grammys
12. "Forgot About ___" (Grammy-winning rap song)
13. Producer forCent, familiarly
14. "Forgot About ___" (Grammy-winning rap)
15. Grammy winner for "Crack a Bottle," briefly
16. "Dr." of rap
17. "___ Day" (1993 rap hit)
18. ___ & Vidal (music production duo)
19. Pal of Eminem
20. Brown Sugar role
21. The Karate Kid (2010) protagonist
22. Antagonist on "Power"
23. Football star Greenlaw
24. Ghost's protege on "Power"
25. Karate kid who said "I hate it here"
26. Miriam A. Hyman's "The Chi" character
27. Name that can be rearranged to spell a color
28. Name that's an anagram of a word in 41-Down
29. Sidney's love interest in "Brown Sugar"
30. Doctor of rap
31. Rap physician
32. Rap's Dr. __
33. G-funk rapper
34. Kid in the 2010 version of "The Karate Kid"
35. Rap music's Dr. ___
36. Dr. who founded Death Row Records
37. Eminem's "Forget About ___"
38. Eminem colleague
39. Dr. who co-founded Death Row Records
40. Forgot About ___ (Grammy-winning rap song)
41. Snoop's "Deep Cover" collaborator
42. Dr. who prescribes Beats headphones
43. Empire brother
44. Beats Electronics co-founder, familiarly
45. Beats Music VIP
46. Co-founder of Beats Electronics
47. Grammy-winning Dr.
48. Producer of Snoop's "Doggy Dogg World"
49. Bow's husband on "Black-ish"
50. Dr. specializing in the ear
51. Anthony Anderson's "Black-ish" role
52. He's more than a master of rap
53. Occasional collaborator of Snoop
54. Black-ish dad
55. Beats Electronics co-founder
56. Rapper Dr. __
57. Rap's Dr. ___^DR
58. good kid, m.A.A.d city executive producer, informally
59. Producer-cum-headphone magnate, casually
60. Beats by ___
61. Rapper/putative medical professional featured on Kendrick Lamar's "The Recipe"
62. Forgot About __: rap title
63. The Chronic rapper, familiarly
64. Dr. who created the G-funk sound
65. Colleague of Snoop
66. Dr. in HP laptop commercials
67. Beats Audio cofounder, for short
68. Beats By Dr. ___ (rapper sponsored headphones)
69. Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Kirkpatrick
70. Doctor on "Yo! MTV Raps"
71. N.W.A. rapper, for short
72. Rap producers ___ & Vidal
73. Still __: 1999 rap hit
74. Dr. of 1-Down
75. The Chronic Dr.
76. G-funk sound creator, familiarly
77. Rapping Doctor
78. Aftermath Entertainment founder, familiarly
79. “The Chronic” Dr.
80. Forgot About __: hip-hop hit
81. Doctor of music?
82. Hip-hop doc
83. Dr. concerned with rhythm
84. Onetime cohort of Eazy-E
85. Rapper who founded Aftermath Entertainment
86. Dr. who has co-produced many Eminem tracks
87. Dr. who founded the Aftermath label
88. Forgot About __: Grammy-winning duet featuring Eminem
89. Straight Outta Compton role, familiarly
90. Compton album maker
91. Beats by __: audio equipment brand
92. __ Day: 1993 rap hit
93. Dr. who 111-Down
94. Dr. who co-founded a record label
95. Rapping MD?
96. Rap singer Dr. __
97. Rap star Dr. __
98. Rap name
99. Let It Ride artist, for short
100. Dr. of music
101. Still ___ (1999 rap song)
102. Suffer from deli ichthyophobia?
103. Prized positions
104. Schlock
105. 1856 antislavery novel
106. Skeptical response
107. Saw in the dark?
108. Gloomy, literarily
109. 1993 rap hit with the repeated lyric "Bow wow wow yippy yo yippy yay"
110. 1992 U.S. Olympic hoopsters, with "the"
111. Dull, in poetry
112. Bountiful harvest?
113. Yeah, like that'll ever happen
114. Overnight sensation
115. Ohio town where "there's a happiness" in an old Glenn Miller song
116. Had visions during sleep
117. Subject of a painting by Picasso or Rousseau
118. What an alarm may interrupt
119. Cooked (up)
120. The Sopranos actress ___ de Matteo
121. Yeah, like you have a chance!
122. Did some woolgathering
123. All-star lineups
124. Titular judge played by Stallone
125. Perfect, as a home
126. Think optimistically
127. State of sleep
128. Junk, from Yiddish
129. Have fantasies of
130. Obama-supported proposal for children of undocumented immigrants
131. Utterly marvelous
132. Like rainy weather, say
133. Thought (up)
134. Perfect truck driver for the job?
135. Not gonna happen!
136. R.E.M. show?
137. Native American charm made with a willow hoop
138. Subject for immigration legislation
139. Mac ___ (former Bay Area hip-hop great)
140. Producer of Eminem's "The Eminem Show," informally
141. Rap mogul of the highest degree?
142. Rhyming "Dr."
143. Definitely not look forward to
144. Really not look forward to
145. An alarm may interrupt it
146. Be unrealistic
147. Best of all possible whirls?
148. Music's Dr. ___
149. Rapper/record executive Dr. ___
150. Actress de Matteo of "Sons of Anarchy"
151. Horrible fear
152. Whenever I want you, all I have to do is this, in an Everly Brothers hit
153. Lofty aspiration
154. John Edwards' dirty debate tactic #3
155. Bond villain who works for SPECTRE
156. First Bond movie villain
157. Word for a German count
158. Common prom night stain?
159. Brought in, as a crowd
160. Washers' partners
161. Wander like a hobo
162. Soft & -- (deodorant)
163. Joanne of 'My Pal Gus'
164. R&B group -- Hill
165. Its students learn road rules, formally?
166. Steady hum producers
167. Fast Internet connection
168. RICOCHET RABBIT*
169. Ecstasy, e.g.
170. Gloomy, to the Bard
171. Depressingly dismal
172. Sweet _____!
173. Visions you sleep through?
174. Cheerless, to the bard
175. Without much cheer
176. Harriet Beecher Stowe book
177. Hip-hop Dr.
178. Snoop's peer
179. Rap artist Dr. ____
180. Rapper Dr. ____
181. Doctor friend of 29-Across
182. Dr. of rap music
183. Eminem's mentor, popularly
184. Gangsta pioneer, briefly
185. Rap's Dr.
186. Dr. who joined Eminem on stage at the 2011 Grammys
187. Beats by Dr. ___ (brand of headphones)
188. Eminem's "medical" pal
189. Seminary title: Abbr.
190. Seminary official: Abbr.
191. Theology degree
192. Church degree
193. Dr. of rap
194. Enter the realm of Morpheus
195. Causing fear and trembling
196. 1954 song with a repeating title
197. Rapping Dr.
198. Be reluctant
199. Was terrified by
200. Fear an English philosopher's family?
201. More than disquiet
202. The House of Dies ___ (Virginia Hamilton Edgar-winning mystery)
203. Having night vision?
204. Dr. __ (rap artist)
205. Dr. of hip-hop
206. Rap's Dr. ___
207. Dr. of the rap world
208. Rapping "Dr."
209. Rapper Eminem's mentor, familiarly
210. Rap Dr.
211. Eminem's "Forgot About ___"
212. Rap "Dr." who produced a Snoop Dogg album
213. Dr. of gangsta rap
214. Rap "physician"
215. Eminem's mentor, familiarly
216. ___ Day (1993 rap hit)
217. Beats by ___ (earphones maker)
218. Hip-hopper Dr. ___
219. "Still ___" (1999 rap song)
220. Dr. ___
221. Hip-hop doc?
222. Eminem collaborator, informally
223. Dr. ___ formerly of Death Row Records
224. "Forgot About ___" (2000 Grammy-winning rap song)
225. Dr. with several Grammys
226. N.F.L. cornerback ___ Bly
227. "Forgot About ___" (1999 rap song)
228. "Forgot About ___" (2000 Grammy-winning rap)
229. Producer for 50 Cent, familiarly
230. Andre Young, a k a Dr. ___
231. "Forgot About ___" (20 Grammy-winning rap song)
232. "Forgot About ___" (20 Grammy-winning rap)
233. Name that might be short for Andrea
234. "2001" name
235. "2001" rapper familiarly
236. "Beats" headphones mastermind Dr. ___
237. "Beats" headphones mogul Dr. ___
238. "Big Boi and ___ Present... OutKast"
239. "Black-ish" dad
240. "Black-ish" father
241. "Black-ish" protagonist
242. "Brown Sugar" role
243. "Compton" album maker
244. "Compton" artist familiarly
245. "Compton" rapper briefly
246. "Detox" rapper Dr. ___ (assuming "Detox" ever gets released)
247. "Doctor" of rap
248. "Dr." in HP laptop commercials
249. "Dr." of hip-hop
250. "Dr." portrayed in "Straight Outta Compton"
251. "Dr." who co-founded Beats Electronics
252. "Dr." with the 2011 hit "I Need a Doctor"
253. "Empire" brother
254. "Forgot About ___" (2000 rap hit)
255. "Forgot about ___" (2000 single featuring Eminem)
256. "Forgot About ___" (2000 single)
257. "Forgot About ___" (Grammy-winning 2001 rap song featuring Eminem's vocals)
258. "Forgot About ___" (song whose name could be this puzzle's title)
259. "Forgot About ___": hip-hop hit
260. "Forgot About ___": rap title
261. "Forgot about ___" (Eminem)
262. "I Need a Doctor" doctor
263. "In Da Club" producer
264. "It's On (Dr. ___) 187um Killa" (Eazy-E EP)
265. "It's like this and like that and like this and uh /___ creep to the mic like a phantom"
266. "Let It Ride" artist for short
267. "Let Me Ride" Grammy winner to fans
268. "Let Me Ride" rapper Dr. ___
269. "Power" dealer
270. "Rapper Gone Bad" rapper Mac ___
271. "Still ___" (1999 rap single from the album "2001")
272. "Still ___" (Hit from 1999)
273. "Still ___": 1999 rap hit
274. "Straight Outta Compton" character
275. "Straight Outta Compton" figure briefly
276. "Straight Outta Compton" role familiarly
277. "The Chronic" Dr.
278. "The Chronic" rapper
279. "The Chronic" rapper Dr. ___
280. "The Chronic" rapper familiarly
281. "The Chronic" rapper informally
282. "The Karate Kid" (2010) protagonist
283. "Without Me" video costar
284. "___ Day" (1993 hip-hop hit)
285. "___ Day" (1993 rap song)
286. "___ Day" (hip-hop single of 1993)
287. "___ Day" (hit rap single of 1993)
288. "___ Day": 1993 rap hit
289. "good kid m.A.A.d city" executive producer informally
290. 'Dr.' of hip-hop
291. 'Dr.' of rap
292. 'Dr.' of rap music
293. 'Dr.' who raps
294. 'Dr.' with Grammys
295. 'Straight Outta Compton' role familiarly
296. '___ Day' (rap hit of 1993)
297. ...and the Dr. in the group
298. 1999 rap song "Still ___"
299. 2009 Grammy winner for "Crack a Bottle " briefly
300. 50 Cent mentor
301. Advertising exec on "Black-ish"
302. Aftermath CEO familiarly
303. Aftermath Entertainment founder familiarly
304. Aftermath Records founder familiarly
305. An is missing in this nickname
306. Andre Young a k a Dr. ___
307. Anthony's "Blackish" role
308. Artist referenced in the AJR song "Beats"
309. Audio brand Beats by ___
310. Bay Area rap legend Mac ___
311. Bay Area rapper and label-founder Mac ___
312. Beat Dr.
313. Beats Audio Dr.
314. Beats Audio co-founder briefly
315. Beats Audio cofounder for short
316. Beats By Dr. ___
317. Beats Electronics Dr.
318. Beats Electronics board member familiarly
319. Beats Electronics co-founder Dr. ___
320. Beats Electronics co-founder familiarly
321. Beats Electronics cofounder to fans
322. Beats are by him
323. Beats by Dr. ___ (headphone brand)
324. Beats by Dr. ___ (headphone line)
325. Beats by ___ (audio brand)
326. Beats by ___ (brand of audio equipment)
327. Beats by ___ (headphone brand)
328. Beats by ___ (headphones brand co-founded by a "Dr.")
329. Beats by ___ (headphones brand)
330. Beats by ___ (headphones)
331. Beats by ___ (popular headphone brand)
332. Beats by ___: audio equipment brand
333. Beats figure familiarly
334. Beats founder
335. Beats headphones Dr.
336. Beats maker
337. Beats mogul
338. Beats name
339. Big name in G-Funk
340. Big name in G-funk rap
341. Big name in headphones
342. Big name in rap
343. Bow's hubby on "Black-ish"
344. Brother on TV's "Empire"
345. Compton "Doctor"
346. Corey Hawkins played him in 2015's "Straight Outta Compton"
347. Cube contemporary
348. Cube's "Natural Born Killaz" rap partner
349. Cube's former groupmate
350. Dad on "Black-ish"
351. Death Row Records co-founder
352. Death Row Records co-founder familiarly
353. Death Row Records founder casually
354. Death Row's Dr.
355. Detroit Lions cornerback Bly
356. Doctor ___ ("Yo! MTV Raps" host)
357. Doctor of rap music
358. Dogg's one-time Dr.
359. Dr. -- ('Crack a Bottle' rapper)
360. Dr. ___ (rap artist)
361. Dr. ___ (rap singer)
362. Dr. ___ of rap
363. Dr. ___ Eminem mentor
364. Dr. born Andre Romelle Young
365. Dr. certified by the RIAA
366. Dr. featured in 2015's "Straight Outta Compton"
367. Dr. in a studio
368. Dr. in headphones?
369. Dr. in rap
370. Dr. in the hizzle?
371. Dr. in the house
372. Dr. inducted into the 2018 Grammy Hall of Fame
373. Dr. known more for crappy headphones than any music he might have made
374. Dr. of "Detox"
375. Dr. of "The Chronic"
376. Dr. of Beats headphones fame
377. Dr. of G-funk
378. Dr. of hip hop
379. Dr. of music not medicine
380. Dr. on the radio
381. Dr. on the red carpet
382. Dr. seen on HBO's "The Defiant Ones"
383. Dr. who can't write prescriptions
384. Dr. who co-founded Beats
385. Dr. who created "The Chronic"
386. Dr. who discovered Anderson .Paak
387. Dr. who discovered Eminem
388. Dr. who founded Beats Electronics
389. Dr. who gave us "The Chronic"
390. Dr. who turned 40 in 2005
391. Dr. who won a Grammy with Eminem
392. Dr. whose final album (supposedly) will be the 2008 release "Detox"
393. Dr. with Grammy awards
394. Dr. with Grammys
395. Dr. with six Grammys
396. Dr. with the Beats 1 radio show "The Pharmacy"
397. Dr. without an advanced degree
398. Dr. you wouldn't ask for medical advice
399. Dr. you wouldn't want operating on you
400. Dr.___ (Hip-hop artist)
401. Ear Dr.?
402. Eazy-E collaborator informally
403. Eazy-E contemporary familiarly
404. Ed Lover's partner on "Yo! MTV Raps"
405. Em's longtime producer
406. Em's mentor
407. Eminem collaborator
408. Eminem collaborator informally
409. Eminem contemporary familiarly
410. Eminem mentor
411. Eminem mentor familiarly
412. Eminem producer informally
413. Eminem's Dr.
414. Eminem's mentor
415. Eminem's mentor familiarly
416. Eminem's mentor popularly
417. Former NWA member
418. Founder of the record label Aftermath Entertainment familiarly
419. Frequent collaborator with Snoop
420. Frequent collaborator with Snoop Dogg for short
421. Friend of Eminem
422. G-funk producer
423. G-funk sound creator familiarly
424. G-funk's Dr. ---
425. Game manager briefly?
426. Gangsta pioneer briefly
427. Gangsta pioneer for short
428. Grammy winner for "Crack a Bottle " informally
429. Grammy-winning "Dr"
430. Grammy-winning "Dr."
431. Grammy-winning name in the "Training Day" cast
432. He left NWA in 1992
433. He opens a 1988 album by declaring "You are now about to witness the strength of street knowledge" familiarly
434. Headphones handle
435. Hip hop's Dr. ___
436. Hip-hop "Dr."
437. Hip-hop 'Dr.'
438. Ice Cube's one-time bandmate
439. Karate trainee in 2010's "The Karate Kid"
440. Literary gloom
441. Low-___ image
442. Mac ___ (hyphy pioneer)
443. Main character on TV's "Black-ish"
444. Man's nickname that drops "An"
445. Man's nickname that's the full first name minus its first two letters
446. Mentor of Eminem
447. Mentor to Eminem
448. Musical Dr.
449. N.W.A producer and member with six Grammys for short
450. N.W.A. cofounder familiarly
451. N.W.A. rapper for short
452. NWA co-founder familiarly
453. NWA name
454. Name associated with beats and Beats
455. Name on the Best Rap Album Grammys list
456. Name on the credits of the 1988 album "Eazy-Duz-It"
457. Nickname that drops an "An"
458. Nickname that leaves out "An"
459. Nickname that rhymes with Ray
460. Nickname that rhymes with Trey
461. Non-palindromic Grammy winner
462. Noted Death Row doctor
463. Noted rap mentor
464. Oldest son on "Empire"
465. One target of the Ice Cube diss track "No Vaseline" informally
466. Onetime Ice Cube collaborator informally
467. Pro Bowl cornerback Bly
468. Producer for 50 Cent familiarly
469. Producer for Eminem for short
470. Producer of Eminem's "The Eminem Show " informally
471. Producer-cum-headphone magnate casually
472. Producing Dr.
473. Rap artist Dr. ___
474. Rap doctor
475. Rap great Mac ___
476. Rap hit "Still ___"
477. Rap mogul briefly
478. Rap music's Dr. --
479. Rap pioneer Mac ___
480. Rap singer Dr. ___
481. Rap star Dr. ___
482. Rap's 'Dr.'
483. Rap's Dr. --
484. Rap's Dr.___
485. Rapper Dr. --
486. Rapper Eminem's mentor familiarly
487. Rapper behind BeatsAudio
488. Rapper known by the last three letters of his first name
489. Rapper who mentored Kendrick Lamar casually
490. Rapper who recently publicly apologized to all the women he's hurt
491. Rapper whose title is his name minus the last letter
492. Rapper with a headphone brand
493. Rapper with a headphone brand casually
494. Rapper with an advanced degree?
495. Rappin' Dr.
496. Rapping 'Dr.'
497. Relig. degree
498. Rock's Dr. ___
499. Rocker Dr. ___
500. Self-styled Dr. of rap
501. Seminary deg.
502. Slim Shady's mentor
503. Snoop discoverer
504. Snoop producer
505. Snoop's longtime producer
506. Snoop's sometime collaborator
507. Son of Lucious and Cookie on "Empire"
508. Spin doctor?
509. The dad on "Black-ish"
510. Titled rapper
511. Unarmed bee?
512. West Coast Rap name
513. West coast rapper Mac ___
514. Whom "they forgot about" in a 2000 Grammy-winning song
515. World Class Wreckin' Cru member familiarly
516. Xzibit collaborator familiarly
517. ___ Bly (former NFL cornerback)
518. ___ Parker (the kid of the 2010 film "The Karate Kid")
519. Beats by Dr. ___ (line of headphones)
520. Black-ish father
521. Dr. who does 10 Across
522. The Chronic Dr.
523. Imagine
524. Fear
525. Rock's Dr. ____
526. Whoopi's coif
527. Abject fear
528. Feeling of unease
529. Trepidation
530. Be fearful of
531. Joey cast member de Matteo
532. Dire
533. Sleep experience
534. Angst
535. Forgot About ___ (1999 rap song)
536. Yeah, that'll happen!
537. Be apprehensive
538. Heartthrob
539. Imagined
540. Sweet ___
541. Harriet Beecher Stowe novel
542. Superstar assembly
543. De Matteo of "The Sopranos"
544. Horrible
545. Like a bugbear
546. Mr. Handsome
547. Bit of residue
548. Gloomy, in poetry
549. Imaginary
550. Conceptualized
551. Concoct
552. Ain't gonna happen
553. Bottom of the barrel
554. Eins + zwei
555. Three, in Berlin
556. Night vision?
557. Fear-inducing
558. That'll never happen!
559. Risk losing one's license, say
560. What melting ice cream cones do
561. Julius Erving's nickname
562. Riddle, part 3
563. Lengthened
564. Chauffeur
565. Impelled
566. Enticed
567. Soft & --
568. Most arid
569. Boring tools
570. Faucet annoyance
571. Light-saving letters
572. Jimjams
573. Vestige
574. Fancy
575. Great fear
576. Hate the thought of
577. Marvelous, in slang
578. The willies
579. Ideal
580. Eminem mentor, familiarly
581. Rap artist Dr. __
582. Apprehension
583. Visionaries
584. ___ Day (rap hit of 1993)
585. Frequent collaborator with Snoop Dogg, for short
586. Xzibit collaborator, familiarly
587. Fear sheep?
588. 1982 Best Musical nominee
589. Eazy-E contemporary, familiarly
590. Eminem contemporary, familiarly
591. World Class Wreckin' Cru member, familiarly
592. Atlanta WNBA team
593. Apprehensive about a train trip?
594. Death Row Records co-founder, familiarly
595. Beats by __
596. Dr. of 114 Across
597. “Forgot About ___” (Grammy-winning song)
598. Seminary official: Abbr
599. Relig degree
600. Seminary title: Abbr
601. Beats by ___ (earphones brand)
602. Nickname that rhymes with “Jay”
603. Music's Dr. —
604. Nickname that drops “An”