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Dre and Cube, both producers of 'Straight Outta Compton', are now included in a lawsuit filed by Terry Carter's family against Knight.
Jeremih sings the soulful hook while Dre and K. Dot rap their respective steamy bars on the song which was presumably recorded a few years ago.
Sean Combs earns an estimated $735 million, leading the hip-hop rich list which includes Jay-Z, Birdman, and 50 Cent.
The rapper was also joined onstage by O.T. Genasis, Marsha Ambrosius, SchoolBoy Q and son Harlem at the special show to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his debut album 'The Documentary'.
The 49-year-old rapper and the 61-year-old producer have been sued by the CEO of Monster for allegedly deceiving him before selling the Beats Electronics to Apple for $3 billion last year.
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.