The founders of Beats, now executives at Apple Music, broke ground this week on a new academy named after them at the University of Southern California.
Apple employees Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre have been planning an undergraduate academy for entrepreneurs at the University of Southern California for a few years now, and this week the Beats co-founders officially broke ground for the project, ABC reports. more…
Knight said in a recent court filing that a private investigator showed him the check. [ more › ]
Incarcerated rap mogul Suge Knight claims Dr.
Suge Knight claims Dr. Dre wanted him killed. Continue reading…
This is a SERIOUS accusation. In explosive new court documents, Suge Knight is claiming that Dr. Dre was the mastermind behind a failed assassination attempt. According to TMZ, the controversial record producer has accused Eminem's mentor of paying $20,000 to have him killed. Whoaaaaa. Related: Gloria Allred Shades Lisa Bloom For Defending Harvey Weinstein! Knight says that, in [...]
Former rap impresario Marion “Suge” Knight claims Dr. Dre, his onetime business partner, paid $20,000 to have him killed in 2015, recently filed court documents show. In a signed declaration, Knight said a hit man’s presence at a Compton burger stand that Jan. 29 — the day Knight is accused of...
Suge Knight says Dr. Dre was the mastermind behind a plot to have him killed -- paying $20k to have it done -- but Dre says it's all BS. In new legal docs, Suge claims in July 2016 he was shown a check made out for $20k by Dr. Dre to a man named…
Suge Knight Claims Dr. Dre Tried To Have Him Killed According to TMZ, Suge Knight is claiming that Dr. Dre was the mastermind behind a plot to have him killed, and was paying $20k to have it done —
Isn’t it time that you got some stylish headphones? Dr. Dre—an entrepreneur, record producer and full-time rapper says, “People aren’t hearing all the music.” This converts into a more accurate assessment that states : people are failing to buy the right headphones. Show More Summary
'In this clip, Bilal recounts the creative genius of Dr. Dre and his meticulous approach to developing a song. Bilal also talked about his time as part of the creative collective, The Soulquarians, which included Common, Mos Def, Questlove, Erykah Badu, Q-Tip, Talib Kweli, James Poyser, D'Angelo, and J Dilla. Show More Summary
With its flagship Studio3 Wireless headphone shipping soon, the head of Beats by Dr. Dre answers a few questions from CNET.
Director Joseph Kahn’s comedy is set in the world of battle rappers.
Em and Dre reportedly have new music in the works. Continue reading…
The popular Beats By Dr. Dre Studio wireless headphones get a makeover and include Apple's W1 chip, for better Bluetooth connectivity and battery life.
Today Beats by Dr. Dre is launching what the company refers to as its most advanced headphone, the Beats Studio3 Wireless. Featuring the same sleek design as its predecessor, the Studio3 Wireless boasts revamped acoustic components, while having taken advantage of an upgraded manufacturing process for premium ergonomic comfort and optimal noise isolation. The internal […]
New shit from E-40 featuring Yo Gotti, NBA Youngboy and JPZ. Listen to “Straight Out The Dirt,” as premiered on Dr. Dre’s The Pharmacy on Beats 1 earlier this week, below. Previously: E-40 ft. YV – Uh Huh (Video) The post E-40 ft. Yo Gotti, NBA YoungBoy & JPZ – Straight Out The Dirt appeared first on Nah Right.
Apple Music was possible thanks to Apple’s deep pockets. The company spent $3.2 billion a few years ago on acquiring Dr. Dre’s Beats, in what turned out to be Apple’s biggest purchase to date. However, the iPhone maker may be ready to...Show More Summary
Nowadays, everybody wanna talk like they got something to say. But nothing comes out when they move their lips -- just a bunch of gibberish. And motherfuckers act like Dr. Dre is planning to marry the 95-year-old former first lady of South Korea. Lee Hee-ho's late husband Kim Dae-jung was president of South…
Puff Daddy's No Way Out was Bad Boy's response to Dr Dre's The Chronic. Released in July 1997 just a few months following The Notorious B.I.G.'s death, it sold more than 561,000 copies the week of its release and reached the number 1 position on the Billboard 200 chart. Show More Summary