"Bad Intentions" is a single by American rapper Dr. Dre, featuring vocals from fellow rapper Knoc-turn'al, recorded for and taken from the soundtrack to the film The Wash. The song was produced by Mahogany Music and co-produced by Dre himself. It contains a sample from "Hollywood Hot" by Eleventh Hour. The single was released on 7 January, 2002. The song debuted on the UK Singles Chart at number four, staying in the charts for sixteen weeks. The music video for "Bad Intentions" depicts Dr. Dre and Knoc-turn'al filming a fictional music video at a burlesque house named "Bad Intentions". Rapper Jay-Z also used the beat as a diss towards fellow rapper Nas during their feud. The video features a cameo appearance from comedian Tommy Davidsonmore »
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