Dr. Dre

9.6.18

Quincy Jones's New Documentary Looks Even Better Than That Wild Interview

The legendary producer shares the trailer to 'Quincy,' his upcoming documentary on Netflix.

7.11.18

Warren G Ain't Trippin, Ain't Mad, and Is Forever Hip-Hop's Unsung Legend

We sit down with the G-funk great to talk his new documentary, the birth of West Coast rap, and his legacy beyond "Regulate."

4.3.18

Here's Kendrick Lamar Rapping Over Classic Dr. Dre Beats Like You Wanted

DJ Critical Hype's 'The Damn. Chronic' has Kendrick spitting on instrumentals from 'The Chronic,' '2001,' and even "Straight Outta Compton."

3.14.18

Dr. Dre Joined Anderson .Paak Onstage in London Last Night

He performed "Still D.R.E." and "The Next Episode" from 2001 for some lucky onlookers.

3.7.18

50 Cent’s ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin’ Made an Enduring Mark on UK Rap

Or, why so many rising UK rappers I've recently spoken to have mentioned the impact of 50's debut.

1.21.18

No One Sees Rap Like Photographer Brian Cross

See photos from 'Ghost Notes: Music of the Unplayed,' featuring Outkast, Kendrick Lamar, DJ Quik, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, and more.

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11.28.17

Eminem's 'REVIVAL' Album Finally Has a Confirmed Release Date

Get ready for Christmas Shady.

3.24.17

Why Do We Assume Good Musicians Are Good People?

Chuck Berry's death has reignited familiar questions over how far critics should go in the impulse to conflate a musician’s work and character.

3.17.17

Death Row's Former Photographer Shares the Unreal Stories Behind Her Photos

Simone Green's book 'Time Served: My Days and Nights on Death Row Records' details the tumultuous years.

11.3.16

The Future Is Anderson .Paak: Noisey Meets

We spend some time with the Dr. Dre-approved LA musician.

6.15.16

Give Thanks, YG's 'Still Brazy' is Streaming Right Now

The Compton rapper's second LP wasn't supposed to drop until Friday but... surprise?!

4.26.16

Purple Reign, Forever: How Prince Influenced Rap Music for All of Eternity

If Lil Wayne and Andre 3000 are two of the most influential artists of the last half-century, Prince is the purple progenitor, the creator of abstruse shades that Crayola could never copy.

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