Dr. Dre’s final album, Compton, is arguably one of the best rap albums of 2015. But the legendary producer is not done with releasing music. On Saturday (Nov. 7), during his Pharmacy radio show on Beats 1, Dre reached into his vault and grabbed an unreleased gem called “Naked” for our collective ears.

The song features production from producer Seige Monstracity with vocals from Marsha Ambrosius and Sly Pyper. Over a booming beat, stirring violins and a downing piano groove, the 50-year-old Chronic creator details a night of debauchery with strippers.

"We get it popping when she at her best / Cause it’s a party when she 'bout it / Shots dropping now she out her dress / And girls coming out the closet / A superstar on some private shit / Make a promise not to tell nobody," he raps.

Sly Piper comes through and adds his verse, rapping, "You know what it is, I don't get offended girl / Come and kick it with a player, enjoy your world / You better open up, let me hit it and join your world."

During the show, Dr. Dre said that most of the songs that's stashed away in his vault are not for the public to hear. "The majority of it is not for sale," he explained. "If you are a recording artist - or any type of artist - everything isn't for sale."

Dr. Dre also premiered a Pusha T freestyle over Drake and Meek Mill's song, "R.I.C.O.," among other tracks.

Listen to Dr. Dre's Song "Naked" Feat. Marsha Ambrosius and Sly Piper

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