Guess who’s back.
It is apparently both “done” and “amazeballs.”
Guess who’s back?
Not a good time for 50 to be sued given he’s bankrupt.
Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, MC Ren, and DJ Yella at Coachella!
Dre’s lawyers say the accusation is “ridiculous”
With the release of his first LP in over 15 years and the NWA biopic Straight Outta Compton hitting the promo tour hard ahead of its release this month, the spotlight is shining brightly on Dr. Dre at the moment and some of the more sinister elements of his past are making the rounds once
Dr. Dre‘s highly anticipated new album, Compton – his first new full-length release since 1999 – is now streaming in full on Apple Music ahead of its official release. Announced earlier this week, the album features a heap of collaborations with the likes of Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Ice Cube, Xzibit and Snoop Dogg. In a
Although one of the godfathers of modern rap music (not to mention one hell of a headphone and speaker mogul) hip-hop producer extraordinaire Dr. Dre hasn’t actually released any solo music in fourteen years, a clock he’s about to reset very soon, today announcing a new LP titled Compton, to be released this Friday. Singlehandedly
We’re getting really close to Apple Music‘s 30th June launch date and they’re bringing out the big guns to get users on board, announcing a stellar lineup of radio presenters for their global Beats 1 station. Apple poached BBC Radio 1 presenter Zane Lowe earlier this year to curate the 24/7 streaming radio station and
Dr. Dre once rapped “I bring the fire,” on his track Still D.R.E., and, as he turns out, he wasn’t kidding now that Apple have announced a worldwide voluntary recall of Beats Pill XL, because they’re a potential fire-hazard. Following reports of overheating speakers Apple issued a statement saying, “Apple has determined that, in rare
The trailer for the hotly anticipated biopic on the rise of seminal gangsta rap group N.W.A. has been officially whipped out. The cinematic teaser for Straight Outta Compton premiered at the Grammy Awards overnight, and features a black-and-white intro by original members Dr. Dre and Ice Cube, who are shown cruising through their old California
Rapper and electronics mogul Dr. Dre and his Beats co founder and record producer Jimmy Iovine have been sued by their former partner video and audio cable maker Monster for fraud, with Monster alleging they were deceitfully cut out of business dealings leading up Apple’s $3 billion acquisition of Beats last year. According to USA
Forbes have dropped their annual list of the world’s highest paying musicians, with rapper and beats electronics mogul Dr Dre and his $620 million topping the list, besting Beyonce by half a billion dollars. His 2014 earnings also mark the largest single-year haul of any musician, ever Dre can thank Apple for his top placement,
Dr. Dre has replaced Sean “Diddy” Combs at top spot in Forbes‘ new Cash Kings list of the highest paid acts in hip-hop. Dre’s rise from number two is largely due to the sale of Beats Electronic, a company he co-founded, which was sold to Apple earlier this year for over USD$3 billion. After the
Dr Dre made a surprise appearance during Eminem‘s history-making Wembley Stadium concert on Friday night. The show, his first in London since 2001, made Em the first rapper ever to headline the 90,000-capacity venue, which in the past has hosted the likes of Led Zeppelin and Foo Fighters. Eminem was in the middle of performing
American comedian Chris Rock has used his opening monologue at the 2014 BET (Black Entertainment Television) Awards to give his explanation of the infamous elevator fight in which Beyoncé‘s sister Solange hit out at the singer’s husband, rapper Jay Z. After describing the BET Awards as “the black World Cup”, Rock proceeded to discuss the
Following news that Ice Cube has cast his son, O’Shea Jackson Jr, as himself in the long awaited N.W.A biopic, reports have surfaced that director F Gary Gray has filled the roles of Dr Dre and Eazy-E. Marcus Callender and Jason Mitchell are set to play Dr Dre and Eazy-E, respectively. Back in April, Gray
For those looking for a sound property investment in the Hollywood Hills, Beats Music creator Dr Dre has just put his old mansion onto the market and he’s asking for an easy $35 million. At almost almost 10,000 square feet, the mansion sits on one of the coveted “bird streets” above the Los Angeles Sunset