by Daudi Abe Old school The Defiant Ones; new school The Defiant Ones Stanley Kramer Productions, HBO The history of music culture changed forever in the 1980s when Andre Romelle Young, aka Dr. Dre, became active in the Los Angeles music scene. Show More Summary
Parisian fashion house Balmain and Beats by Dr. Dre have joined forces to re-create the Powerbeats3 Wireless and Beats Studio Wireless headphones. Inspired by Olivier’s vision for an urban safari, the Balmain x Beats By Dr. Dre collab, comes in two colorways — subtle Khaki and Safari color palette with metallic gold accents. Show More Summary
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Hua Hsu reviews “4:44” and “The Defiant Ones,” and discusses Jay-Z’s and Dr. Dre’s changing careers and narratives as they’ve become businesses themselves.
If there’s one thing Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing has (as well as enviously-chiseled features), it’s famous friends. Rousteing loves to bring all sorts of mega-famous mega-celebs into the fold (remember the beyond-star-studded Balmain x H&M campaign?). Now, the Parisian house that Rousteing leads is linking with Beats By Dre for a set of high-end headphones with […]
Mira on Tuesday unveiled its first product, which resembles a face shield or a large sun visor, except it holds up a smartphone in front of your face.
Apple's $3.2 billion purchase of Beats was not only unusual as Apple's biggest acquisition ever, but also because of the entertaining way the news broke: through a Facebook video posted by R&B singer Tyrese. On May 9, 2014, Tyrese posted a video from a music studio in which Beats cofounder Dr. Show More Summary
Whether you hated him or loved him, Eminem in the early 2000s was an artist that was simply impossible to ignore. With a seemingly endless stream of chart-topping hits -- which featured lyrics that were both clever and notoriously offensive...Show More Summary
HBO’s four-part documentary series, The Defiant Ones — which explores the early careers and the subsequent friendship forged between music business luminaries Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine — has the underdog qualities and unexpected twists and turns which make their lives seem like they were scripted by Hollywood screenwriters. Thus, it feels much more like […]
Holy smokes. The Dow hit all-time highs today, but The Dow is not the defiant one of which I speak today. I spent the last few nights with Ellen watching HBO’s The Defiant Ones. The documentary is about the partnership of Dr. Dre and...Show More Summary
"I was out of my fking mind."
An Excerpt From HBO's newest 4 part documentary, The "Defiant Ones".
The two recall recording “My Name Is” during their first-ever studio session in a new clip from The Defiant Ones.
Dr. Dre finally issued a genuine apology for physically assaulting Dee Barnes more than 25 years ago.
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With in seconds of meeting, they had a hit. Continue reading…
As the ashes smoldered from the riots of 1992, L.A.'s hip-hop scene reimagined the next quarter-century of sound. In what remains one of the most important years in Angeleno music history, Dr. Dre's The Chronic turned apoplectic gangsta rap into Technicolor party anthems; Pharcyde pioneered a whimsical funhouse alternative; Ice...
An intern slipped famed record producer Jimmy Iovine a mixtape of then-unknown Eminem. Dr. Dre got hold of it and the rest is history. In an earlier documentary about their fateful meeting, Dr. Dre describes what happened: "Well, I first heard Eminem’s music at Jimmy Iovine’s house. Show More Summary
In an extended clip from the HBO series The Defiant Ones, this is the story of how a white rapper from Detroit and rap’s best producer got together to start one of the decade’s signature musical collaborations. It’s evident from howShow More Summary
Eminem is one of the greatest rappers ever