Eve Recalls Time With The Ruff Ryders & Dr. Dre With Peter Rosenberg (Video)

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Philly’s Eve has an interesting story. From the days of the Bullworth soundtrack, her career began with Dr. Dre on then-fledgling Aftermath Entertainment (I always thought that ’97-’99 roster was the best). Then, Eve made history with DMX, Swizz Beatz and the Ruff Ryders, keeping her success in the Interscope family. Later on, to show everything goes full circle, R.R.’s First Lady returned to Dre for a late ’00s tenure. With Lip Lock marking E-V-E’s return to Rap after a tenure in acting and modeling, the tattooed beauty breaks down some career milestones with Peter Rosenberg for his “The Process” series. She talks about Ruff Ryders’ writing room, “getting played” by The Roots, and Dr. Dre’s perfectionism being a sticking point. Related: Pharoahe Monch Breaks Down Simon Says and More with Peter Rosenberg (Video)