Dr. Dre (real name Andre Young) is one of the biggest names in hip-hop, if not all music. He is best known as a producer and executive...
Suge Knight: Dr. Dre Tried to Kill Me!
Usually, Suge Knight is the one being accused of shocking acts of violence and generally gangster-y behavior, but these days the imprisoned music mogul is claiming that one of the most famous names in hip hop tried to have him rubbed out.
Eminem: Rape Reference on New Dr. Dre Album Draws Criticism
If you've ever listened to Eminem's music, you know the hip hop icon is no stranger to controversy.
Over the course of his 17-year career, the Detroit-based emcee has attacked minority groups, celebrities, politicians and rival rappers with equally violent fervor.
Straight Outta Compton Trailer Released!
It won't hit theaters until August, but Straight Outta Compton is already one of the most highly-anticipated (and most controversial) films of 2015.
The long-awaited NWA biopic would've generated major buzz under any circumstances, but now that the film has been linked to the recent Suge Knight murder arrest (Knight's alleged hit-and-run took place during the making of the film's trailer.),Compton is the subject of headlines a full six months before its release.
Beyonce Tops Forbes Celebrity 100 List!
Beyonce famously sang that girls run the world and based on the results of Forbes annual list of the most powerful celebrities, it seems she was on to something.
Thanks in part to her On the Run tour with Jay Z, Queen Bey pulled in an estimated $115 million in the past year, nearly doubling the earnings of her rapper husband.
Who is the Richest Man in Hip-Hop?
Jay-Z, Diddy and 50 Cent released "I Get Money (The Forbes 1-2-3 Billionaire Remix)" in '07, a celebration of their inclusion atop Forbes Hip-Hop Cash Kings list.
Five years later, the same three artists are in a more exclusive group - the Forbes Five, a list of hip-hop's wealthiest moguls - though no longer 1-2-3 in that order.
Eminem, Rihanna & Dr. Dre Grammy Awards Performance: Watch Now!
In perhaps the most anticipated event of the 2011 Grammy Awards, Eminem took the stage with Rihanna, Skylar Grey and Dr. Dre for a seven-minute performance.
Eminem and Rihanna opened with Part II of their collaborative hit, “Love The Way You Lie,” and as her vocals soared, Eminem appeared amid a fiery background.