The Forbes “Hip-Hop Cash King” list for 2012 has been released, and topping out the bank is Dr. Dre, who was also the only Hip-Hop celebrity to make the general “Highest-Paid Celebrities” list where he came it at number 5.
Rick Ross, Dr. Dre and Jay-Z…on one track. Here it is, “3 Kings”. God Forgives, I Don’t July 31st.
In celebration of 50 Cent‘s birthday yesterday, Fif called up Shade 45 and spoke with DJ Whoo Kid. In the 20 minute conversation, Curtis spoke on his accident, his free album 5, Dr. Dre‘s assistance on Street King Immortal and more.
This really gave me the goosebumps. Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre brought out a hologram of Tupac at their Coachella performances.
How the hell did they get Pac to shout out Coachella? The first festival was in 1999, three years after ‘Pac died, so there’s no stock footage or sound of it. Yeah, let the new alive theories begin!…
Less than 24 hours ago, Game released his final album for Interscope. I was suspect of the album either flopping or being dope. I haven’t heard the album sales thus far and I’m not even sure if they’ll be ready til at least Friday. But I’m going to give you my personal review after the jump.
Game is getting ready to finally drop his R.E.D. Album and here is the cover and tracklist. That’s a lot of “Dr. Dre”‘s on there. I wonder how much Dr. Dre there really is on there.
01. Dr. Dre Intro
02. The City (Feat. Kendrick Lamar)
03. Drug Test (Feat. Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg & Sly)
04. Martians Vs Goblins (Feat. Tyler, The Creator & Lil Wayne)
05. Red Nation (Feat. Lil Wayne)
06. Dr. Dre 1
07. Good Girls Go Bad (Feat. Drake)
09. The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
10. Heavy Artillery (Feat. Rick Ross & Beanie Sigel)
11. Paramedics (Feat. Young Jeezy)
12. Speakers On Blast (Feat. E-40 & Big Boi)
13. Hello (Feat. Lloyd)
14. All The Way Gone (Feat. Mario & Wale)
15. Pot Of Gold (Feat. Chris Brown)
16. Dr. Dre 2
17. All I Know (Feat. Lu Breeze)
18. Born In The Trap
19. Mama Knows (Feat. Nelly Furtado)
20. California Dream
21. Dr. Dre Outro