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Hip-Hop Cash Kings 2014: Aftermath & Analysis

Last week for the eighth consecutive year, FORBES released its Hip-Hop Cash Kings package, listing rap's top earners over the past 12 months. It came as little surprise that Dr. Dre was number one, but many observers were still amazed at his total: $620 million.

Apple Is Suing A Man Who Claims To Be A Beats Cofounder (AAPL)

Apple subsidiary Beats Electronics is suing Steven Lamar, who claims to be a Beats cofounder alongside Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  The suit alleges that Lamar's current claims to be a Beats cofounder is advertising. Show More Summary

Forbes Names Hip Hop's Top Earners 2014: Dre Is #1 Thanks To Apple Beats Deals

Bye bye Diddy. Move over Jay Z. Dr. Dre tops a new Forbes Hip Hop Cash Kings ranking thanks to Apple's $3.2 billion deal to buy Beats. Dre's "$620 million sum is also more than the remaining 24 names on the Hip-Hop Cash Kings list - combined," crows Forbes. Show More Summary

Dick Smith Deals Of The Week

This week Dick Smith has slashed prices across the Samsung TV range by up to 15% — including those beautiful curved-screens. You can also score 25% off Beats by Dr Dre Headphones, 10% off Apple computers and pick up a DualShock controller at 20 bucks off. Perfect for FIFA 15, which Dick Smith has rolled out for just $67.98. Here’s everything you need to know. More »      

Is Apple's Beats Going Out Of Business?

Is Beats Going Out of Business? Trending Beats Apple Dr. Dre

Is Apple's Beats Going Out Of Business?

Is Beats Going Out of Business? Trending Beats Apple Dr. Dre

Is Apple's Beats Going Out Of Business?

Is Beats Going Out of Business? Trending Beats Apple Dr. Dre

Can’t forget about Dre: Beats deal makes the Dr. hip-hop’s richest

G-funk might have made Dr. Dre famous, but Beats made him wealthy to the tune of $620 million in pre-tax earnings, according to Forbes‘ recently published “Hip-Hop Cash Kings” list, which officially named the former rapper/producer the richest person in rap … Read more ›

9to5Toys Lunch Break: Beats Studio wireless headphones $299, LifeProof & Logitech iPad Air cases from $28, more

Be sure to follow 9to5Toys to keep up with the best gear and deals on the web: Twitter, RSS Feed, Facebook, Google+ and Safari push notifications. Today’s can’t miss deals: Noise canceling headphones: Beats by Dr. Dre Studio Wireless $299 (Reg. Show More Summary

Dr. Dre Tops Forbes’ Highest Paid Hip-Hop Acts List

What does it say about hip-hop when its highest paid act hasn’t released an album since 1999? Whatever it is, Dr. Dre likely doesn’t care, because he’s too busy swimming in a giant pool of money. Forbes has named Dre 2014?s highest paid hip-hop act because he raked in an astonishing $620 million. Show More Summary

Forbes' Hip-Hop Cash Kings 2014 List Rockets Dr. Dre To The Top

In 2013, Diddy topped Forbes' list of highest paid hip-hop acts with $50 million, leading Dr. Dre, who landed in third, by $10 million. But after Apple dished out $3 billion to purchase Beats, Diddy has been unseated as Dre rocketedShow More Summary

Dr. Dre Handily Tops Forbes‘ Highest-Paid Hip-Hop Acts 2014 List

Dr. Dre was out here declaring himself hip-hop’s first billionaire before Apple’s $3 billion purchase of Beats was even confirmed, so it should come as no surprise that he easily coasted to the top of Forbes’ latest hip-hop money list. According to Forbes, Dre netted $620 million in the past year, more than 10 times [...]

Cash Kings 2014: The World’s Highest-Paid Hip-Hop Acts

Dr. Dre's $620 million is not only the highest annual total of any entertainer ever evaluated by FORBES, it’s more than the combined earnings of all 24 of his companions on the 2014 Hip-Hop Cash Kings list.

Apple is reportedly shutting down Beats Music just three months after picking the company up.

Apple is reportedly shutting down Beats Music just three months after picking the company up . According to TechCrunch, that means that the deal was "mostly about getting Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre's talent on board." That's right: $3 billion is the going rate for two executives. Read more...

Dr. Dre’s Detox Is Not Called That Anymore

If you picked "Never" in your "When will Dr. Dre's Detox be released?" office pool, get ready to collect your winnings on a technicality: Dre is not going to put out an album by that name... but only because he's chosen a different name. As producer Tayshaun Parker, who's... More »

Dr. Dre dumps ‘Detox’: Does it matter?

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Dr. Dre has killed off his long-awaited album “Detox,” and that might be the best thing he could have done to keep his legacy intact.

Newswire: Whenever Dr. Dre’s new album surfaces, it won’t be called Detox

Dr. Dre’s Detox is no more. Dre’s longtime producer Dawaun Parker told the Shots Fired podcast that while Dre has been working on new—and possibly his last— material on the pretense of making Detox for years and years now, he scrapped the actual Detox name about two years ago. Show More Summary

Hus Kingpin – The Winners

Hus Kingpin hops on Nature and Dr. Dre’s “Firm Family” instrumental for “The Winners”, off his upcoming NY Nigga in LA mixtape. Previously: Hus Kingpin – Ghost Chambers

The "Me" Generation: Why Music Curation Isn’t The Answer

By Michael E. Spinelli, founder of Eventsnype. In a recent interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook dubbed Beats co-founders Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre “creative geniuses.” The justification CEO Tim Cook gave for acquiring Beats for $3 billion was...Show More Summary

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