The rapper made the claim during a forthcoming appearance on the Drink Champs podcast.
“It’s crazy that Ye did more for me in the last two weeks, than Dre did for me my whole career,” he said in a snippet from the interview.
Although he doesn’t elaborate further in the clip, his comments come despite the fact Dr. Dre signed The Game to his label Aftermath Entertainment in 2003 and he went on to produce his successful 2004 debut ‘The Documentary’.
Meanwhile, West recently updated his bespoke Stem Player platform to add 12 new songs to ‘Donda 2’, bringing it up to a current total of 16 tracks.
It comes after he said the record would only be available to listen to on his Stem Player device. First released alongside the original ‘Donda’ last year, the device – available for $200 (£150) – allows owners to remix the album’s songs using stems of vocals, drums, bass, samples and more, plus effects and other controls.
The rapper said he had made over $2.2million (£1.6m) in Stem Player sales in the 24 hours following his announcement it would be the only way to listen to ‘Donda 2’.
Earlier this week, West also shared photos of himself in the studio with Baltimore dream-pop duo Beach House, suggesting that a collaboration between the two may be on the way.