5 Artists Eminem Should Collaborate with on New AlbumEm's got options for his ninth studio album.
Ice Cube Not Mourning Death of ex-N.W.A. Manager Jerry Heller“I ain’t gonna pop no champagne, but I ain’t gonna shed no tears either," Ice Cube said. "It is what it is. We come here to pass, and he’s outta here. I’m not losing no sleep over that one.”
'Surviving Compton' Biopic Tells Michel'le Toussaint's Story'Straight Out of Compton' faced criticism that it ignored misogyny, the new film aims to tell the story from another perspective.
Dr. Dre Cleared of Gun Possession ChargeProsecutors have declined to bring gun charges because there were no witnesses and there were errors in the man's account of the altercation.
Dr. Dre Searched by Police at Malibu HomeThe incident transpired Monday (July 25) afternoon after a man stopped his car in front of Dre's house, blocking the driveway. The man said Dre shouted at him, and then pulled out a gun, so he called the cops.
Dr. Dre Dreams of European Tour with Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and Snoop Dogg"I’m 30 years in the game right now and I’ve never been able to take my full production over to Europe."
Quincy Jones to Dr. Dre: 'Music Saved My Life'Jones shared how growing up in Chicago aimed him towards a life of crime, but music changed all that one night.
Dr. Dre, Taylor Swift, Jay Z, ‘Frozen’ All Broke Guinness World Records In 2015Jay Z has thirteen #1 songs. That's a lot.
Dee Barnes Has Something To Say About Dr. Dre's ApologyShe notes the Dre's apology came off as possible "damage control by Apple, which can no longer ignore that if you take the 'Beats by Dre' logo and remove the 'S,' you get a double entendre."
Michel'le Unmoved by Dr. Dre Abuse Statement: "I Don't Think It's Sincere""I don't really think it's a sincere apology,"says Michel'le, Dr. Dre's ex
Dr. Dre Publicly Apologizes to ‘Women I’ve Hurt’“I deeply regret what I did and know that it has forever impacted all of our lives.”
Five Moments That Must Be Addressed In The 'Straight Outta Compton' SequelHere are a few things fans of Death Row era rap will want to see represented in any sequel to "Straight Outta Compton." Filmmakers, consider yourself forewarned.