: Is Dr. Dre the Santana of Hip Hop?

2-2-00 8:35 AM PST antiGUY

Is Dr. Dre the Santana of Hip hop? Will he clean up at the Online Hip-Hop Awards like Santana cleaned up at the Grammy Awards? We will have to wait and see. 

Dr. Dre thus far has swept the nominations with four nominations. The Online Hip-Hop Awards 2000's will be on April 12 at Cipriani's in New York City. All proceeds will go to M.O.U.S.E. a non-profit group that wires inner city schools for the net. 

A partial list of Nominees

Best New Artist: 
Ruff Ryders 

Remix of the Year: 
Missy Elliott, Nas, Q-Tip, and 
Eve, “Hot Boyz” 
Q-Tip, “Vivrant Thing” 
Jay-Z, Memphis Bleek, and 
Beanie Siegel, “More Money” 
Donnel Jones and Left Eye, “You Know What’s ...” 

Song of the Year—R&B: 
Tyrese, “Sweet Lady” 
TLC, “No Scrubs” 
702, “Where My Girls At” 
112, “Anywhere” 

Song of the Year—Rap: 
Eve, “What You Want” 
Ja Rule, “Holla Holla” 
Mobb Deep and Li’l Kim, “Quiet Storm” 
Method Man and Redman, “Da Rockwilder” 

Album of the Year—R&B: 
TLC, Fanmail 
Mary J. Blige, Mary 
Ginuwine, 100% Ginuwine 

Album of the Year—Rap: 
Dr. Dre, Chronic 2001 
Ruff Ryders, Ryde or Die Vol. 1 
Juvenile, 400 Degreez 
DMX, Flesh of My Flesh 

Artist of the Year: 
Dr. Dre 

Best Music Video: 
Eminem, “Guilty Conscience” 
Juvenile, “Back That Ass Up” 
Redman, “I’ll Be ‘Dat” 
Nas, “Hate Me Now” 
the Roots, “You Got Me” 

Producer of the Year: 
Dr. Dre 
Swizz Beatz 
Mannie Fresh 
DJ Premiere 
Prince Pau