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Although he didn't release new music or album in months, the rapper becomes the highest-paid musician thanks to the sale of his Beats to Apple earlier this year.
After selling Beats to Apple earlier this year, the rapper earned $620 million, the highest annual total of any act ever evaluated by Forbes.
The two rappers perform some of Dre's classics like 'Still D.R.E.', 'Next Episode', 'Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang' and 'Forgot About Dre' during the first of Em's two-night concert at the London venue.
The music producer bought the house which boasts six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a library and a guest house in 2011 for $15.4 million.
The rapper/enterpreneur sought compensation for back payments from mechanical royalties, artist-producer royalties, digital sales and other items from the bankrupt label.
The 'I Need a Doctor' hitmaker declares himself 'the first billionaire in hip hop' as he is close to finalize a lucrative deal with Apple for his headphone brand.
Multiple sources say that Dr. Dre is close to signing a deal with the couple for their Brentwood mansion which they put on sale in March.
In the 90-second ad, Lamar plays his new song in a Pill speaker while Dre is trying to figure out what the song's missing as he plays it in his Pill XL.
The producer sent TheDirty.com a cease and desist letter but could not hold them responsible for the articles written by its users.
The Beats business partners create a program that blends art and business training for undergraduates at University of Southern California.
The president, film directors and celebrities like Justin Long and Jimmy Kimmel mourn the death of the famous film critic who died at the age of 70 after losing his battle with cancer.
Queen Elizabeth was awarded Britain's most prestigious entertainment honor on Thursday, April 4 for her contributions to British film and television.
The Harajuku Barbie will release a commercial ad featuring comedian DeRay Davis to hype up the newly-launched Pink Pill speaker.
The Aerosmith lead singer pushes the Senate to approve 'Steven Tyler Act' that makes it possible for celebrities to sue paparazzi who take pictures while they're on private property.
The Maybach Music Group mogul is facing a lawsuit filed by a couple of songwriters over a '3 Kings' sample.