“From the time I was a little kid I always dreamed about performing on the GRAMMYs,” Skylar Grey told Radio.com. Her dream finally came true in 2011 when she took the stage alongside Eminem and Dr. […]
Diddy, Jay-Z, and 50 Cent aren’t the only artists who have a reason to envy Dr. Dre’s sound. Every musician bowed down to the headphone giant this year in terms of earning power.
The buzz-heavy Compton, California MC, who is the latest protégé of legendary producer Dr. Dre, is set for a huge first week debut.
“He threw me off just the fact how humble he was. Everything else was everything I imagined as far as the music and the work ethic,” he said.
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During Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg’s set at Coachella this weekend, the deceased Tupac Shakur made a memorable appearance performing as a hologram. This had us thinking: which pop stars would we want to see as holograms? In Tupac’s honor, here are 10 musicians alive and deceased we think would make for great hologram live performers.
The Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival is a short drive from Los Angeles and its proximity leads to the appearance of many celebrities — from the predictable to the completely unexpected. This year was […]
The stars came out, both on stage and in the audience, at this weekend’s Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival. From scheduled performances by David Guetta, AVICII, Goyte, and Florence + the Machine to the unannounced (but rumored) appearances of Rihanna, Wiz Khalifa, and Tupac, the festival was the place to be fore music lovers on the West Coast this weekend.
Without question, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg delivered the most star-studded set of the Coachella weekend complete with a holographic Tupac Shakur. What seemed like an endless line of celebrities lined the exit rows and center mix position. Rihanna, perched on the shoulders of a security guard, bounced to the beat while seemingly enjoying herself.
Juggling set times at multistage music festivals is a fine art. This year Coachella planners kept their concert-goers in the dark longer than usual in order to pull of a few amazing last minute appearances. And now reports are leaking out that Eminem will join Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg for their Sunday night set.