Right off the bat, I'd sincerely like to apologize in advance for spoiling whatever installment of the Straight Outta Compton franchise covers this era of the N.W.A. saga years from now.
With that disclaimer having cleared my conscience, let me throw another spoiler your way, assuming you're one of the dozens of people who still haven't seen the movie. In one especially moving scene, we learn that, prior to the untimely death of Eazy-E, "the world's most dangerous group" was planning a reunion album. Unfortunately, that never happened, and in the strictest of terms, it never will, seeing as how Eazy-E isn't around anymore.
However, an N.W.A. reunion of sorts did almost happen around the turn of the millennium, and, quite awesomely, it would've included Dr. Dre protege Snoop Dogg filling the hole created by Eazy-E's absence. Even better, when I say the reunion almost happened, what I really mean is that it totally did ...
... we just never got an entire album from it. The song above was featured on the soundtrack to the 2000 film Next Friday, so imagine my surprise if you were to tell me it somehow wasn't on your radar. Another song, simply titled "Hello," surfaced on Ice Cube's War & Peace Vol. 2 the same year.
Again, how could you miss it?