Apparently, he was inspired by the upcoming N.W.A. biopic.
It used to be the cover of the Rolling Stone that you wanted to cover, but for artists 50 and over, it seems to be AARP, The Magazine that you want to get your picture on.
As Eminem gets ready to celebrate 15 years of his label, Shady Records, he’s cozying up to the cameras to reminisce about his past.
How surprising Eminem’s appearance was is up for debate, since the Wall Street Journal’s Innovator Awards were honoring Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre.
With the lyrics to new song “Changes,” 50 Cent laments the tensions that have arisen between him and Dr. Dre over the latter’s foray into the headphones market.
It was going to be a history-making show from the second it was scheduled, as Eminem’s July 11 show at Wembley Stadium was the first time ever that a rapper headlined the historic venue.
Beyoncé’s empire is getting a boost from Forbes.
Dr. Dre and his Beats are moving to Apple after the company confirmed they are buying the electronics and technology company for $3 billion, their biggest acquisition.
It’s been more than a year since Kendrick Lamar released his album, ‘Good Kid, m.A.A.d City,’ but he’s finally working on some new tracks. One of which he’s previewing in a new Beats by Dre commercial.
His first album since 2009’s ‘Recovery’ and his tenth studio album will be out November 5.