“From the time I was a little kid I always dreamed about performing on the GRAMMYs,” Skylar Grey told Radio.com. Her dream finally came true in 2011 when she took the stage alongside Eminem and Dr. […]
Diddy, Jay-Z, and 50 Cent aren’t the only artists who have a reason to envy Dr. Dre’s sound. Every musician bowed down to the headphone giant this year in terms of earning power.
The buzz-heavy Compton, California MC, who is the latest protégé of legendary producer Dr. Dre, is set for a huge first week debut.
Fans of 50 Cent will have to play the waiting game for his long-in-the-making album “Street King Immortal.”
“He threw me off just the fact how humble he was. Everything else was everything I imagined as far as the music and the work ethic,” he said.
Kendrick Lamar’s new CD Good Kid, m.A.A.d City is dropping October 2nd of this year. The long-awaited album has been on deck for a while and the West Coast up-and-comer has learned a few things about timing and quality from Dr. Dre.
Lil Wayne has partnered with the Dr. Dre’s highly successful Beats by Dr. Dre imprint to drop his signature Red Pro headphones due out mid October.
Dr. Dre ranks No. 5 on Forbes’ “Highest-Paid Celebrities” list, which lands him as top earner of all musicians. When it comes to other rappers, singers and producers, it wasn’t even close.
Dr. Dre is taking his producing talents to cable network FX, as executive producer of a new crime drama.
Rick Ross has high praise for his royal collaborators Dr. Dre and Jay-Z, who sizzled the internet last night with “3 Kings,” a new song from Ross’ God Forgives, I Don’t.