Beats Music LLC, the subscription streaming service from rapper Dr. Dre and record producer Jimmy Iovine, raised a second round of funding from existing investors, said three people with knowledge of the deal. Beats Music, based in Santa...Show More Summary
Dr. Dre hasn’t licensed his best and most famous record to the streaming site he owns. As Digital Music News pointed out earlier today, Dre’s The Chronic is unavailable on Beats Music. Other Dre records—2001, the instrumental version of 2001—are available, but not Dre’s biggest release. Show More Summary
Want to listen to Dr. Dre's landmark album The Chronic on Beats Music. You can't despite Dre being a major partner in the new music streamer. A glaring catalog omission like this is just one of the many annoying bi-products of our antiquated and decentralized licensing system. Show More Summary
Back in 2012, Beats unveiled its diminutive Pill wireless speaker in a bid to steal the Jambox's thunder. Since then, its main rival hasn't exactly been standing still: Jawbone has released two more Bluetooth speakers, including the well-received Big...
The trustee in charge of both Death Row Records and Suge Knight‘s Chapter 7 bankruptcy case is trying to shut down Dr. Dre‘s multi-million dollar money grab, RadarOnline.com… READ ON
Stat’s new album, ATLA (All This Life Allows) is available for purchase today. It features appearances from Devin The Dude, Scarface and Dr. Dre. Check out “The Way It Be” featuring ‘Face below and head over to DJBooth to stream the full project. Previously: Stat Quo – Thats Life Pt. 2 (Video)
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: D12, Dr Dre, Bad Meets Evil, Obie Trice Song: Eminem - '97 Bonnie & Clyde [download here] What's so good? Last week, it was the 10th anniversary of Kanye West’s debut, College Dropout. Today,...Show More Summary
The Golden Pony pays Homage to one of Hip hops greatest producers with their remix of “Forgot About Dre”. “Dre was the reason I started making music” say Timothy, one half of the TGP. “It was a rap duo, working with a toy record player”. Listen to the track below and grab the free download!
Way back in 2002 when Eminem and the rest of his Aftermath confidants were taking aim at Benzino, and by proxy The Source, with some of the most scathing diss records this side of Hit Em Up, XXL became sort of a safe haven for the Interscope talent pool. So much so that Elliot Wilson gained a bit of a reputation for having a bias towards The House That Dre Built.
The Em, Dre, Iovine triumvirate grace the cover of XXL’s April issue. The cover story will look at the impending rise of Beats as a player in the digital music realm. Previously: Kendrick Lamar & Eminem Cover ESPN The Magazine
Get Sports Obsessed: NBA superstar LeBron James covers the March issue of GQ! GQ editor-in-chief Jim Nelson joined LeBron as well as Samsung Galaxy and Beats by Dr. Dre in New Orleans to celebrate the March issue of GQ and All Star Style. The evening featured a live jam session from Grammy Award-winning artists The […]
Dr. Dre helped make Death Row Records a household name in the early 1990s, but left the label amid some controversy to form his own. Now, the producer and business mogul is suing his former recording home for $3 million.
Rap great Dr. Dre is currently in a lawsuit in Los Angeles against his ex-record label Death Row Records, claiming the company has shorted him more than $3.05 million in… READ ON
Kendrick Lamar was extremely excited to meet up with legendary rapper and producer Dr. Dre for the very first time. While most people might get a serious case of the butterflies during their first encounter with Dre, apparently Lamar managed to keep everything together. Show More Summary
High quality sound meets designer fashion as Beats by Dr. Dre as collaborates with New York fashion designer Alexander Wang to produce an exclusive limited edition collection of custom Beats. Read the rest of the story at: Designer Sound: Alexander Wang x Beats by Dr. Dre Exclusive Collection
Will.i.am recently said he'd like to see more in the music industry follow the lead of Dr. Dre and jump into the hardware business. In the meantime, the hardware startups aren't waiting around. I recently met with two former Google employees...Show More Summary
There are many great songs with “fck” in the title. “Too Drunk to Fck” by Dead Kennedys. “Fck wit’ Dre Day (and Everybody’s Celebratin’)” by Dr. Dre. “Fck and Run” by Liz Phair. “Fck Tha Police” by NWA. “Fck School” by the Replacements. Show More Summary
If you’re like me (or, I’m assuming, any other red-blooded human being) you remember and love Blackstreet’s seminal 1996 hit ‘No Diggity.’ The video is one of the most 1990s things in existence. R&B singers in overalls! Dr. Dre in an...Show More Summary
Eminem, Nas, Bones Thugs-N-Harmony, Busta Rhymes, and Dre himself all took the stage.