Meek Mill joins Hardo on “Love Forreal,” a joint from the upcoming 92 OG project, produced by The Mekanics. Last night at the Billboard Music Awards, against all odds, Meek beat out Drake, Future, Kendrick Lamar and Dr. Dre for Top Rap Album. Not that Meek didn’t drop a solid project, because he did, but […]
The 2016 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas had a few surprise winners, one of which was the Top Rap Album awarded to Meek Mill’s “Dreams Worth More Than Money” besting Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Future and Dr Dre who were also nominated for the category. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Lincoln Heights alumna Rhyon Nicole Brown is set to star in Lifetime movie The Michel’le Story (working title) about the life of R&B artist Michel’le. The film details the life of the singer, who was discovered at a young age by N.W.A’s Eazy-E and became a platinum artist on Ruthless Records. Show More Summary
T.I. just released his new song “Dope,” produced by Dr. Dre and featuring Marsha Ambrosius. (It also samples Aaliyah’s “Rock the Boat.”) Now, he’s shared the video, which has cameos from Killer Mike, Big Sean, Nelly, and Travis Scott,...Show More Summary
On Monday morning, T.I’s (a.k.a. TIP) newest single, Dope (produced by Dr. Dre), was released and it pays tribute to the iconic Aaliyah. The track samples Aaliyah’s 2001 R&B hit, Rock the Boat, and the late singer’s voice is the first one heard in the song. Show More Summary
Doesn't get more heavy-hitting than T.I. and Dr. Dre on one track.
Atlanta rapper T.I. has been putting out good-to-great albums for about 15 years now, most recently releasing 2014's Paperwork. He's planning on following that album with The Dime Trap this year, and just released the new single "DOPE" with a head-knocking beat from Dr. Dre... Continue reading…
Atlanta rap legend has been working on a new album called The Dime Trap for a while, and he’s scored a big-time collaborator for “Dope,” the first single. Dr. Dre produced the track’s lush, luxuriant beat, which samples Aaliyah’s “Rock The Boat.” And the Floetry singer and Dre collaborator Marsha Ambrosius sang the hook. It’s […]
T.I. is prepping his 10th studio album, The Dime Trap. He has shared a new video for his single "Dope," which was produced by Dr. Dre and features Marsha Ambrosius. Listen to it below. The song samples Aaliyah's "Rock the Boat."
T.I. connects with Marsha Ambrosius for his latest single “Dope”. This one is produced by Dr. Dre and samples Aaliyah’s “Rock The Boat”. Listen below.
Until Dre goes full “Dr. Mom”/“Dr. Dre” in “Daddy Dre-Care,” the episode is almost shockingly—and kind of frustratingly—simplistic for Black-ish. Everyone in the house gets sick with the flu, and Dre doesn’t want them to take him down. Show More Summary
Andre "Dr. Dre" Young placed second on this year’s Forbes Five–a ranking of the world’s wealthiest hip-hop artists that appeared in the May 31st, 2016 issue of FORBES. All five have had successful careers in music, but for most, the bulk of their fortunes can be attributed to outside business ventures.
Sounds like: Kendrick Lamar, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg Song: The Game - Mama (Ft. Sonyae) What's so good? Just over two weeks ago we lost Prince, resulting in a rash of tributes, none more compelling than West Coast rapper The Game's "Rest...Show More Summary
Most rappers never get a Billboard #1. Jay Z didn’t get one until “Empire State Of Mind.” Drake still doesn’t have one, though that seems likely to change in the next few weeks. Dr. Dre doesn’t have one. Nas has never even made it into the top 10. Neither have Public Enemy or the Beastie […]
Rapper 50 Cent, more known these days for his body spray and condom endorsement deal than the music he pioneered with Eminem and Dr. Dre — as well as a pump and dump stock scheme and the excellent TV drama Power — videotaped himselfShow More Summary
Every year around this time, FORBES releases its list of rap's richest practitioners: the Forbes Five. And every year, the numbers and ranks change, but the names don't: Birdman, Diddy, Dr. Dre, Jay Z and 50 Cent. Will those same five figures make the list this year? Don't bet on it.
On March 31, animated cult hit Archer returns to FX for its seventh season. We spoke with Atlanta actors Amber Nash (Pam Poovey) and Lucky Yates (Dr. Krieger) about voicing their characters, what to expect this season, and their dream spy gadgets.
"We're all students of Dr. Dre."
No lie. In what was the closest the living world will ever get to a full-fledged N.W.A. reunion, Dr. Dre joined Ice Cube, DJ Yella, and MC Ren at Coachella to perform “Still D.R.E.” Kendrick Lamar accompanied them as well, Vulture reports.
Watch as Joey Bada$$ stops by The Cruz Show and summarily bodies a bunch of classic West Coast instrumentals including “Bow Down” by Westside Connection and “Deep Cover” from Dr. Dre. Previously: Joey Badass – 5 Fingers of Death Freestyle (Troy Ave Diss)