Dr. Dre Talks Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, & The Last Time He Spoke With Eazy-E On Big Boy
Legendary Producer Dr. Dre has been the most anticipated artist in Hip-Hop since the release of his classic Chronic 2001. Being preoccupied with other endeavors has been the cause for delay for his hugely-anticipated next project;
Dr. Dre recently linked with longtime friend and co-founder of the iconic 90s Hip-Hop group N.W.A., Ice Cubeto produce a biopic film on the group’s rise and fall set to be released in August.
He sat down with another longtime friend, radio personality Big Boy, who is now with Real 92.3 for a quick interview to speak on the upcoming film and a couple of moments in Hip-Hop history that created some of the biggest records of Dr. Dre’s career. Throughout the interview, the Aftermath CEO touches on past collaborates Snoop Dogg, Eminem, and Eazy-E.
The F.Gary Gary film, Straight Outta Compton hits theaters this August under Universal Pictures. Dr.Dre mentions a possible soundtrack but no official word at press time.
In related Dr. Dre news, Apple and Dre’s company Beats By Dre are currently developing a brand new music streaming service in rebranding the already current Beats Music streaming service that Apple acquired last year and turned Dr. Dre into the first Hip-Hop Billionaire. We will see how this rival’s JAY Z‘s #TIDAL.