Being the richest man in hip-hop has its perks – like being able to tip excessively on a bill.
Dr. Dre is movin’ on up — and out of his old mansion.
Dr. Dre and his Beats are moving to Apple after the company confirmed they are buying the electronics and technology company for $3 billion, their biggest acquisition.
While Dr. Dre came in at No. 2 on Forbes’ list of wealthiest rapper, an upcoming deal with Apple could tip him quickly into the top spot.
Courtney Smith examines the resurgence of gangsta rap and its subtle differences and striking similarities to its hey day in the 90s. Has the climate of South Central LA changed in the last 20 years, and discovers the music reflects an unfortunately stagnant environment of violence and gang activity.
It’s been more than a year since Kendrick Lamar released his album, ‘Good Kid, m.A.A.d City,’ but he’s finally working on some new tracks. One of which he’s previewing in a new Beats by Dre commercial.
Aside from fame, what does every hip-hop artist want? Money — and the musicians on Forbes’ list of hip-hop’s highest-earners have plenty of it.
His first album since 2009’s ‘Recovery’ and his tenth studio album will be out November 5.
In this week’s REWIND, Kanye West‘s forthcoming album Yeezus opens a new chapter and verse; Holograms of Ol’ Dirty Bastard and Eazy E set for Rock The Bells; and Dr. Dre’s Detox dreams return. Kanye […]
In rap’s cash race, as chronicled by Forbes, Diddy reigns supreme. At least according to “Forbes Five,” the magazine’s list of hip-hop’s wealthiest rappers. But, as usual, the competition is intense and the dollars continue […]