The Game calls Ty Dolla $ign, Jay 305, AD, Mitchy Slick, Joe Moses, RJ and Skeme for the double track “My Flag / Da Homies”. Production is handled by DJ Mustard. Previously: The Game ft. Ice Cube, Dr. Dre & Will.I.Am – Don’t Trip
Apple-owned Beats by Dr. Dre has launched a new Bluetooth speaker today in its ‘Pill’ line that will arrive on retailer’s shelves next month. The device is the first new hardware from Beats since its acquisition by Apple last year, and...Show More Summary
The latest Beats By Dr. Dre speakers has a new look and an app to go along with it.
Despite the huge success of the Beats by Dr. Dre headphones that sat the trend to wear huge cushions on the head, many people dream of discreet audio headset that blend into their elegant outfit. The Tinsel team understood that and created...Show More Summary
When Dr. Dre released his swan song album, 'Compton,' back in August, rap fans were pleased to finally have some new material since Detox was all but a faded memory. Now the good doctor has released a lyric video for “Talk About It,” a braggadocio track that kicks off the stellar LP. Continue reading…
As you probably know, Dr. Dre released his first album in 16 years, Compton, over the summer. He never (legally) streamed it anywhere after the 24 hour stream on Apple Music (Spotify included), but now he did just legally...
The Documentary 2 hits stores on October 9th. Previously: The Game ft. Diddy – Standing on Ferraris
Post by Jenny Erikson. Was this season of Teen Mom 2 dramatic or what? On Wednesday night's reunion episode, Dr. Drew caught up with Kailyn Lowry and Jenelle Evans, and oh man, did the sparks ever fly. Kail was first up, and Dr. Drew...Show More Summary
Manchester United looked to have added another star to their legion of celebrity fans after Dr. Dre was presented with a signed shirt for his 50th birthday. The gift was organised by film director and United fan Charlie Parish, who got in touch with the club after being invited out to Los Angeles for the legendary artist's bash. Show More Summary
Once again, we talked to 10 of the hottest artists who are climbing the charts, breaking the Internet or just dominating our office stereos. This month: King Mez, Dr. Dre's Compton collaborator; Elle King, the singer behind the current Top Alternative Songs chart-topper; Roman GianArthur, the R&B multi-instrumentalist behind a unique Radiohead covers EP...
This past Tuesday, FORBES released the ninth annual Hip-Hop Cash Kings list--Diddy claimed the top spot, followed by Jay Z, Drake, Dr. Dre and Pharrell. Media outlets from hip-hop publications to French blogs were surprised to learn that Drake out-earned Dr. Dre.
LA based South African singer/songstress beauty, Candice Pillay shares her new EP, The High, out on KIDinaKORNER/Interscope. Before hearing Candice Pillay's standout vocals on "Genocide" and "Medicine Man" from Dr. Dre's Compton album, she was most known for her writing behind Rihanna's "Cockiness" and "American Oxygen". Show More Summary
The annual Forbes Hip-Hop Cash Kings: The World's Highest-Paid Rap Acts is out for 2015, Doddy tops the list again followed by Jay Z, Drake and Dr. Dre. But furthers down the list 0f 20 there are a few newcomers and surprises. 1. Diddy $60 million 2. Jay Z: $56...
Sean "Diddy" Combs has been crowned the No. 1 Cash King of 2015 by Forbes magazine. The rap mogul, who earned $60 million this year, beat out Jay Z, Drake, Dr. Dre and Pharrell Williams to take the top spot. According to Forbes, theShow More Summary
Diddy, Jay Z, Drake, Dr. Dre and Pharrell are the world's five "Highest Paid Rap Acts" of 2015, according to Forbes' latest hip-hop cash round-up. Diddy, ranking Number One, reportedly earned $60 million in the past year from a variety of investments: Ciroc vodka, water brand AQUAhydrate, Revolt TV and clothing...
Drake banked an estimated $39.5 million pretax between June 2014 and June 2015 (Image credit: 2014 Getty Images) This year, Drake out-earned Dr. Dre by $6.5 million to bank $39.5 million and land in third on the Hip-Hop Cash Kings list of rap's highest-earners just behind Diddy ($60 million) and Jay [...]
Forbes annual Hip-Hop Cash Kings roundup is here, and there are quite a few surprises. Last year, Dr. Dre made the most money in hip-hop after Apple purchased his company, Beats Electronics, for $3 billion. A year later, Dre has slid into fourth place behind Diddy, Jay Z, and Drake. Show More Summary
Dr. Dre is battling other rappers when it comes to money. On Tuesday, Sept. 22, Forbes released its annual “Hip-Hop Cash Kings” list for the year 2015. Diddy, Drake, Dr. Dre, Jay Z, and Pharrell Williams took over the top five spots....Show More Summary
Despite selling Beats to Apple in late 2014, executive producing Straight Outta Compton, and releasing the critically acclaimed Compton, Dr. Dre only managed to come in at #4 on Forbes’ 2015 “Hip Hop Cash King” List (down from the top spot in 2014). …Read More