Now that we should be expecting a new Eminem album in 2013, Tim Westwood dug in the vaults and liberated some unreleased footage of Em and Dre partying at a London nightspot in 2001.
Diddy defends his 2012 title with a repeat victory in being crowned the “wealthiest rapper” of 2013. With a estimated net worth of $580 million, Diddy tops Jay-Z (475), Dr. Dre (350), ‘Shit (150) and 50 Cent (125).
Earlier today, Dr. Dre called into Big Boy’s Neighborhood on LA’s Power106 to discuss a few topics. Revealing they’ll be launching a Beats Music Service by the end of the year, says Eminem is officially wrapping up his album and that he’s been inspired to get back to work in the studio.
Jayceon recently checked in with Kat Von D and Peter Koskela to get some new ink. On top of getting The Documentary (shown after the jump), Game also gets Dr. Dre’s The Chronic tattoo’d on his stomach.
Dr. Dre hits the studio with fellow Compton representative Problem. Get ready..
Skip Bayless’ lust object and the good doctor will cover the latest Music edition of the sports channels’ magazine. Head down bottom for a glance at the actual thing.
Call me late, but I only recently stumbled upon this mix while going through records not too long ago and dropped the needle on this extended club mix which was released on the original 12″. Starts off normal, breaks down around 6:30, gets a little weird at 7:05, then pure funk breaks out after that, with a crazy guitar solo by the one and only Johnny “Guitar” Watson.
Rozay takes over the Marquee club inside The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas with a special guest appearance from Dr. Dre.
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The Doctor and K.Dot helped celebrate… shit I don’t know… let’s say, Mitt’s loss last week, in London’s Rose Club.
Head down bottom for footage of Kendrick’s performance at Staples Center for a Yahoo! Crash Concert.
Despite many folks thinking Dr. Dre produced the good kid, m.A.A.d city bonus cut, Scoop DeVille was actually the man behind the sounds. And now that the album is out, Scoop adds a few additions to the instrumental.
After teaming up with Beats By Dre, Lil Wayne reveals to MTV that he’s recorded around 90 songs with Dr. Dre. 90 songs? Either Wayne was high when he said this or it’s a perfect explanation as to why we get so many damn throwaway tracks from him. *shrugs…