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Dr. Dre’s wife of 24 years, Nicole Young, files for divorce

WBBM Morning News

00:18 sec | Last month

Dr. Dre’s wife of 24 years, Nicole Young, files for divorce

"Has filed for divorce. Nicole Young filed the paperwork yesterday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, citing irreconcilable differences. They've been married for 24 years. She's seeking spousal support. They have two adult Children, and Dr Dre has four others from previous relationships. Get a check of

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Recording Registry adds 'Wichita Lineman,' album by Dr. Dre

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Recording Registry adds 'Wichita Lineman,' album by Dr. Dre

"Hello every year the library of Congress picks twenty five recordings of cultural or historic significance to preserve forever and that song by Ellen Sherman is one of them other singles on the list are going Campbell's Wichita lineman Whitney Houston's I will always love you and YMCA by the village people I use to media teacher get booted town is one of the albums that makes the cuts along with Tina Turner's private dancer Dr drapes the chronic and an album of songs for Mister Rogers neighborhood the marches are a letter

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Recording Registry adds 'Wichita Lineman,' album by Dr. Dre

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Recording Registry adds 'Wichita Lineman,' album by Dr. Dre

"Hello every year the library of Congress picks twenty five recordings of cultural or historic significance to preserve forever and that song by Ellen Sherman is one of them other singles on the list are going Campbell's Wichita lineman Whitney Houston's I will always love you and YMCA by the village people I use to media teacher get booted town is one of the albums that makes the cuts along with Tina Turner's private dancer Dr drapes the chronic and an album of songs for Mister Rogers neighborhood the marches are a letter

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Dr. Dre’s ‘The Chronic,’ ‘Cheap Trick at Budokan’ Among Library of Congress Inductees

Donna and Steve

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

Dr. Dre’s ‘The Chronic,’ ‘Cheap Trick at Budokan’ Among Library of Congress Inductees

"The village people's YMCA in the original cast album for fiddler on the roof are among the twenty five recordings just added the library of Congress is national recording registry the registry is meant to designate recordings that are culturally historically or aesthetically significant in or at least ten years old other inductees they include Dr trace the chronic Tina Turner's nineteen eighty four's private dancer in cheap trick's live album cheap trick from port

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"dr dre" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

GSMC Music Podcast

02:49 min | 5 months ago

"dr dre" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

"Rock and Roll Hall of fame in Two Thousand Sixteen. That's Dr Dre all That's what I grew up with. I had an older sister so I remember her. Having the cassette tape of Snoop dogg style. Doggy style and I remember the artwork with the dog house and like the doll with like the female booty it was like so Raunchy and just like oh my gosh I remember like sneaking looking at it I really I just really was a drake fan. Said that been there done that song I loved. Um He did. He had the firm with Foxy Brown. It was foxy Brown as he wasn't Nas too but I remember that firm album had the jam that like all the stuff that wasn't really too popular when he was really aftermath lake. I really just like I was on that as a kid like I was tuned into that and then to see him just lake Reemerge aftermath grow with Eminem and fifty lake and then with the beats lake. It's pretty dope amazing just to watch that journey and just the delay man. Nobody thought hip hop would go. As long as it's gone like people thought it was a fad. It was just going to go away. But y'all see these top ten globals in played in the US league ninety percent of the songs in the US. One hundred percent of it is hip hop globally. It's usually like eighty ninety percent. Hip Hop is universal. It ain't going nowhere and Dr. Dre became a billionaire off of it. Kudos to you sir. It's been fun watching him now. I definitely appreciate your time. Thank you for listening to the G. S. M. C. Music. Podcast brought to you by the NC podcast network until next time Calica Brown. The Music Lover Constantly seeking positive music. You've been listening to the Golden State media concepts music. Podcast part of the Golden state media concepts podcast network. You can find this show and others like it at. Www DOT GS MC podcast dot com download. Our podcast on Itunes stitcher soundcloud. Google play this type in Jesus Mc to find all the shows from the golden state media concepts podcast network from movies to music from Sports Entertainment and even weird views. You can also follow us on twitter and on facebook. Thank you and we hope.

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Is Disney Plus one of the biggest launches of all time?

The 3:59

05:51 min | 6 months ago

Is Disney Plus one of the biggest launches of all time?

"Launched in November. We've seen a lot of hands of the service was popular last night. Though Disney laid out just how popular in less than three months Disney plus was hit. Twenty eight point six million members. Now I know nothing about streaming so just Joan had just. How big is that really. That's really big like bigger than Netflix. Not Not bigger than Netflix but Netflix has been streaming for a decade. Netflix says at one hundred sixty seven million subscribers so twenty eight point six you got a long way to go still but Disney plus just launch like less than ninety days ago. Okay so in three at that as well. How many how. Many months away already from Disney killing Netflix. That's a really good question. Everyone wants to know that and we don't really know exactly except that we know that Disney is already like so they said it will take them five years to get to like sixty to ninety the only and they're already almost halfway to the lower end of that threshold so they're growing much faster than they thought. They were better than any expectations. The other thing. That's interesting is even though Disney. He plus launched in November got like these millions of subscribers mostly in the US net flicks is still growing in the in the US. The managed in in the midst of all this competition. They didn't grow a lot. People were not real happy with how much they did grow. But you're still adding members even as Disney's vacuuming up all these other people for streaming services. So what's really really hurting is cable. Oh no poor cable giants. I really got to feel it. You know I feel really bad for them. Missile where where's Apple. TV Fin on all this so they launched around the same apple. TV launched on November first and Disney plus launched less than two weeks later. And we don't know like it's apple they don't say how big they are the things that we can kind of cobbled together. We can't even coupled governor any sort of numbers. We can generally generally estimate that they have a lot of subscribers in the sense that they basically gave away apple. TV plus to anybody. That's device since September. Anyone who has a new iphone. Anyone that got you know something under the Christmas tree or for a holiday or a president. Whatever during that holiday shopping season They also were able to just like flip. A switch basically internal probably means they have a lot but that's no not paying them so so what's next like when are we gonNA see Disney. Plus you know maybe have a eleven joining the avengers or something. I don't know if that's going to happen. That would be really interesting crossover but I mean we do know that Disney. Plus it's going to be launching into Europe watching the Europe Europe and India. They're gonNA lodging. Your Evan Indian March. They're going to be expanding. Hulu to international markets markets. Right now who is only in the US. They're going to expand that next year they as in Disney Disney Disney owns who also Ho boy. And then in terms of originals. We know that there's going to be the first marvel original original series that ties into the marvel cinematic universe. That's first one's coming in August. The next season the mandatory ends in October. And then they're gonNA have their second marvel original in December so there's a lot coming up this year all right well next up spotify. It's still in the lead of streaming music services This morning spotify. It has hit one hundred twenty four million subscribers and that twenty twenty two hundred seventy one million people that are listening to spotify total Joan. How's that stack up with competitors like title and Pandora It's funny title isn't really talked about much because no one. It's not really music so Amazon. Music says they have fifty five million people listening that's not necessarily subscribers. Because he Amazon music included they said there are fifty million listeners apple in June so that Apple Apple Music has sixty million and so obviously you know spotify double that number of subscribers not to mention the fact that like it has more than two hundred million people listening every month. It's just it's a lot. It's the biggest subscription music service and the reason that they think that they can become even bigger focusing on podcast today. They said they were going to buy bill. Simmons Ringer like network which is a website for news. But mostly our podcast network at this point. Because you know every single title title's it's actually an interesting example but Pandora Apple Music Amazon music. They all basically have the same catalog staff. Titles the one that has like these exclusives from it's owners but obviously that's not really really working really well for them so spotify thinks that in order to distinguish themselves they need to go after not necessarily music but podcast. Because that's not the Gimblett recently. They've given it last year. They bought anchor last year. They budgeted up to five hundred million dollars to spend on podcast. Acquisitions why does spotify care. So much about podcasts. Listen how much would they like to buy the daily charge they do. You have like five hundred million dollars budget you start the bidding there. They lay podcast because they think that. That's a way to distinguish themselves from everybody else. And you know. It's also going right after apple. PODCASTS are called podcasts because of the I pod like dominated rock for a long time. So it'll be interesting to see as everyone moves over to streaming instead of downloads if spike can eat apples lunch. Well Yeah I've seen that for Apple Apple Music. The the bigger draw for their PODCASTS. Live radio station stuff right because that's what I've been hearing about it because there's news that happens on those Nicki Menaj goes on some rant. Like Travis Scott's baby like on her life podcast hey like Dr. DRE will say something new right there. I mean is that Kinda what spotify is trying to go after radio one. You're talking about radio. One which beats radio and I think I whatever. I can't even remember what it's called but That's it's not part of their subscription. That's like that's something that anyone can listen to inc for free and so it is a way to like drop interest but the main reason apple music it's people to subscribe is because they're in a responses offenses because they're on iphones and it's the default saying

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"dr dre" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:37 min | 7 months ago

"dr dre" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Highway thirty six and sixteen thousand you at least in north Saint Paul look out crash there your forecast is calling for partly cloudy twelve will be the overnight low new year's day chance of flurries I thirty two and then Thursday will be up to a thirty six with cloudy skies temperatures are dropping off it is clear skies rather we have clear skies it is ninety eight information this is a and everything entertainment update heard at the top of every hour on my talk one of seven one so what is new in your world Dr Dre he has a Taylor swift for Forbes of first place in the year top music earner of that decade the water wait a minute doctor dray hasn't released an album in four years it's all the headphones that's right lord makers beats electronics of course he got involved with that and that's where his money comes from so Taylor swift is in second place Beyonce a trailing behind in third and running out the top five you too I'm Sean Diddy combs still make a little lower he makes it but he does right I don't know questions to a live unit John she is Britain's newest Dame O. C. S. recognized damn tell she's no seventy one years old and she has been battling breast cancer for quite a few years now but she will now be Dame John I like it because she's Australian yes but she was actually born.

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Dr. Dre is the Top-Earning Musician of the Decade

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Dr. Dre is the Top-Earning Musician of the Decade

"Is degrading according to Forbes he's the top earning musician of the decade without releasing any new music in quite some time where is the gratitude he beat out the likes of Taylor swift ambience a for that title breaking and get this an estimated nine hundred and fifty million dollars during that time the bulk of that is a twenty percent stake in headphone maker beats what she and partner Jimmy I being sold to apple for three billion dollars back in twenty fourteen rounding out the top five Taylor swift sits at number two she made six hundred eighty five mil this decade queen bee she earned six hundred eighty five mills what well Taylor swift earned more than eight hundred million that's it queen vee six hundred eighty five mil you too six hundred and seventy five million entity running out the top five he racked up an estimated six hundred and five million dollars who

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"dr dre" Discussed on The Breaks

The Breaks

02:48 min | 9 months ago

"dr dre" Discussed on The Breaks

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"dr dre" Discussed on The Breaks

The Breaks

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"dr dre" Discussed on The Breaks

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"dr dre" Discussed on The Breaks

The Breaks

06:58 min | 9 months ago

"dr dre" Discussed on The Breaks

"Tweet like for paying. How can I don't like pranking body? You how many days. How many days do you rely on? What is missing was never afraid dot com slash? Talk so people would like to always put the tag on us. That we're hip hop is right. You Bob I don't think it's so much that we know much about hip hop. I just think that we just been around like we we eastbound feedback podcast when we just born into it so we you know what you know That being said what do why do you think he'll pop. Is the the number one John Run. The world was thinking. Oh I don't think the more John remains high for winter which is opinion but I don't know miss a lot as a myriad myriad of reasons. It could be possible. Possibly I don't know I. I can't pinpoint one reason. I think you know. Oh is just read I wanNA say cliche it just resonates with so many people but I think you could say that when is first inception brought by maybe an eighty in the nineties but now yes there are artists who may music like resonate which may like a kindergarten A drink cola a create a big. Sean Maybe a skies do. I don't know but I think it's cool. I think he's just cool to like in like rap and hip hop culture have become pop culture. So like what does he want to listen to. So my my my answer to what I asked why he was so influential because I think black culture and in some Latin culture could land culture is infused in hip hop. It's just looked at it so cool. It's so seemless like you know so. So many things in life seen forced I was watching prequels and star wars and brings us together. I was like you know. There's there's a lot of good parts of these movies but a lot of the seems forced just doesn't seem real on the flipside. I watched the godfather fame. move out it. Just it's all seem natural. They were they were so good on that in that movie that it seemed you really believe that Al Pacino was Mico idea for the longest time. Really think it's like it's to the point now. Where if Abba Chito told me? He was in the Mafia one point. Forty started acting. I thought he was like for the longest time Niro. Oh I didn't know you weren't never any now. Hayden Hayden Christensen who played Anikin Star. Wars came out and was like You know I wouldn't really big star wars fan growing up. We know I could tell you. Want to be their most movie over but that's to me. That's what hip hip hop culture is compared to every other genre hip hop culture. It seems so real. You see people walking around dressed certainly talking to certain way making us certain ages seem so real. That's why hip hop culture. We are so adamant about people living the stuff that they right about. Because we're like man you you made it sound really thought this was true and for a lot of it doesn't seem focused. We grew up in it. It's not something that we've picked up along. The way is something that's us like wasn't a choice we grew up in certain environments that a lot of these artists in hip hop rap. Talk about so it's us us. We are a hip hop guy. We live in. The coach is not something that we were fascinated by it. Just something that we live. I think a lot of us took that in Woulda a lot of these other places where that wasn't the norm and it just seemed cool. Everybody has like Middle America. Middle America Got Ahold of rap and hip hop and saw trans into fascism. They love it. They took it in Iran. Witty does it got to a point to where you were looking like. You're not cool. If you not down with hip hop and not trying to be a part of the culture kind of with a few weeks ago interview would be boy that stupid rambling crap. He would come came out his mouth. He said that black people have no culture in America once again that he leads wrong he leads wrong. I've always disagree with that because black culture in America is based off mostly slavery. A lot of things that black people D- we moved away. We celebrate the way we worship is based off of how was ingrained into who was a slave now. Of course. Some people aren't Melissa. Slavery is over. That doesn't mean culture can't be born from struggle so when you see black people being very religious because churches all we had one point in time during slavery we see black. Ub Musically inclined is because music was a form of expression during slavery. When you see a culture that is being basically being made as it as it goes along that is black culture? Black Culture is something we don't have three or four hundred years culture to pull from so we're making these things up as we go along and his past is being passed down now but that is why we're so adamant and so strong in wide seem so real because it's something that we are literally creating as it happens and if you've you've ever drawn a pitcher if you've ever made a great meal if you've ever created anything and you feel passionate about it comes to show people can't Cook to save their life. My brother I refreshed the basic ever. But I think he could really cook and it makes you want to eat the food. He cooks like you know what I am better. I'm talking about it. Turns of like our mothers and stuff like that. I'm not just among people that have been cooking for like sixty years but like the efforts you see the I'm not gonna I right now. Just anybody who really really believes in what they're doing you believe it sold in that is black culture. Black Culture is a culture that has not been around for two hundred years. It's only been around around. Maybe one hundred fifty one hundred years so this is something that is freshly new in something that is being made. Out of the the the the ashes of oppression all of the shadow of oppression or the influence of oppression. So that is why I think sometimes it resonates so well so many people because this culture is nothing like you've ever seen gene. You're not where you pulling like. This is something that you're seeing. A group of people make out of struggle hip hop is a voice of the downtrodden and the people that never had a voice and black culture is made from people not having a voice. Blind people clearly have a voice during slavery going to be slaves so that I think is another reason why hip hop is so cool. Who'll because the soul is in it as every other genre they're black you've ever invented which all of them what accession to like only classical but like everything else yes yes? It's been ninety percent of Blues Country Jazz Rock and roll yes. Black people invented Big Band Music Gospel like think. These R D. This is a culture that is made from oppression and people like to see people going through something and did.

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"dr dre" Discussed on The Breaks

The Breaks

04:40 min | 9 months ago

"dr dre" Discussed on The Breaks

"Somebody better than Andre Dr Dre. Thanks thanks so much. Change tank. He Kim on the streets include postal earlier today at George. The RB competition I so I saw I saw. Let's go. Let's go tell people in the city but The host of the show mentioned that you know these. These people that performing a performing armies performed like Baker Toni. Braxton didn't perform their own original music. They had option like maybe a handful of Ridge most of the covers. Yeah and you know the ones that covers the whole society. This is real. Aren't being WHATEV- whatever. It was not like that anymore. I Hate I hate that narrative because one that sound somewhat elitist it too it kind of shows your age I hate will not. I hate the word. I hate the term. I'm real put in front of like real hip hop or real arm. Be I hate to like you. said it. Sounds very elitist yet just like kind of like when people say like I like like this artist forty miles knew about. I'm like dude. You sound like a hater. An elite US really bad in blocks at here but You know like rb is very very much thriving To me this. Here's my thing when people say like you said put real in front of a certain genre music hip hop R&B. Right what that tells me me is that you're not doing the research to try to find artists that make the music that you want to hear especially with so many avenues to find it just like I just like I said last week going on the feedback feedback backpack has about rat like ours out here that make the music you wanted to type of music. You want to hear you just I look forward. It's not that hard to look for in this day and age. I think a lot of times you just we McConnell we like and what we want to hear that you don't go back and try to find those type of things Kahlani put out a very very great project. Rb was take just about a project elevation. As it's pretty good rbm talking about here neo just project Milwaukee Grape brandy project. Listen Belgian got a project out Has a project don't come on like a very talented played What do you call earlier in the day That myself EP. A Great Project Ajay. That was a great project. She's a great artist. You Got Ella Mae. WHO put out a project last year like you say her Black Goliath right Sebastian. My Kale there's a lot of great rb singers. I hear Y'all just not doing due diligence as a music fan to find these artists. y'All waiting to cut on radio oil turn on the TV and see a hot new video that everybody's talking about and that day and age is over like those times over where you turn on the radio. Meaning you just hear this song is you have never heard before so many different avenues. A Lotta. I'll pay for spotify a Lotta. I'll pay music audio paying for title but are you really utilizing utilizing it or you. Just listen to what you WANNA listen to. I think Joe to the playlist that I think sometimes people need to be honest with themselves. Say just don't have the energy to look up new stuff instead of trying trying to bash the stuff that you don't even listen to just say like amy I dislike I like Anita Baker. I liked listening to. TLC listening to baby face. I don't have anything against these new new guy. That's don't listen to it. I don't I don't search for which is fine. I'm as a music. Venue have that right this time. I'M GONNA call them like I. I want to listen to something I know I'm GonNa put on my okay at home I like. I'm on that but there's other days because of me being a DJ. I'm like I listen to stuff but also one thing about being a radio which is dope both refreshes. We're allowed to be open minded in in taking new music so when people say stuff just like Oh there's no more new real hip hop no more real army. We're looking at him. Like do. Just put it on listening because we play a lot of that stuff on here. Real rb never went away. It just is that the number one John received back and we will come in the nineties and late eighties now coming up with just around and hurt that music and it was in our ears time. RB was selling a lot more copies than it was now armed and sailed much which goes to show you how to listen to it because if it did if it is ninety. y'All be listening to good but yes. Nobody artists going diamond anymore. That the last person do that usher confessions and it took a while to go out so that speaks more more to the consumer than it does to the music because a lot of music is still around yellowstone. Listen to it so yeah. That's my jeremic. Keep one out. What shall be doing? Good Todd outside. Put out some good albums man.

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"dr dre" Discussed on The Breaks

The Breaks

06:00 min | 9 months ago

"dr dre" Discussed on The Breaks

"So. Today is the twentieth anniversary of the Sophomore of one. When Mr Andrew Young Aka Dr Dre crunch thousand one the album featured such steel? Dare next episode. Forgot about dre. The I'm went on to go. Ah Copies and diamond worldwide and is considered one of the greatest projects west coast there produced. Yeah arguments they're called me a fresh for about how songs steal was famously. Written by Jay z the entire song. The goal go. Dr Dre documentary. Looks like seventy the documentary on apple music about the making of crunchy thousand one and he said that they were almost down to album and they wanted the first thing in the next episode and Jimmy. Dean was famously. Says it's a lot of orders. Let's if you've watched anything about veto drake you just need one more. Just need one more. And so Steve Stoute hit up dray looking for Hit Up Jimmy having looking for beat from DRE and Dray sent him some beats a bunch of beats to Steve Stoute and one of those still. Dra beat and he said he got it back in twenty four hours later entire song written bunge AC Dot dre offset documentary that the idea for the crotch thousand one came from him signing him in him constantly working with him Would Dr Dre said he's inspired by like moments like he said chronic came from him just sitting down being like being around. His brother warns you stepbrother. One gene like Oh. This is like which is doing here. Let me look. I'm inspired to make this right right. Jim You said yeah that's dollars. We got doggy style because Dr Dre was still clearly inspired and it took him nine days dogs Taisei but had it been more than that he would never got nine days brunt. That's it's a great album you made at nine days a week in two days. Only got it because it took that fight and he said 'cause they had made drilling and he pushed any longer probably never got a week and a have to Gallo basically a week to make one of the greatest albums one of the greatest albums history crazy forgot about dre was originally written eminem. My Name wrote that song for Dre and Snoop but dre seventy hurt the reference. He was like I think it sounds good with him on what imminent rotate he said He. You just turn it in that way you were you. You made a statement but you made a statement. They got some people in a frenzy. So Dr Dr Dre. Here's why I said this on twitter when With Jesus King kind came out. I saw people on twitter saying like Oh this is this is kind of crazy of the producer of all time. I saw somebody say greatest producer of all time which once I've seen people mad. People are greatest producer of all time. Say That you have to leave your entire town. What's it's now? Me and fresh have been very vocal about our disdain for kind of your currently but to not take away from who he is or what he was. Kinda is one of the Gracie property as we said the other week disdain doesn't stem from him musically it's all that extra stuff he do. So here's why Dr Dre and my opinion is the greatest hip hop producer. Tab One. The man cl- influenced an entire region of the country. Musically hip day is no hip hop in west coast. Without Dr Dre at all every time I go and talk to older you know Caucasians about what introducing the hip hop a lot of them say. NWEA who produce olive NWEA. Dr Dre who discovered easy who started in W. A.. Dr Dre I love Snoop Dogg Snoop Dogg at your love. Who discovered cover him? Dr Drew Produce Doggystyle Dr Dre nine days nine days. I'm not letting you go nine nine days to nine days to make they run around. I think dogs that was leftover chronic indefinite. Here can you hear that Andrey said he didn't want to be on an album. I but you know he said it was Deal see convincing to wrap on that Andrey said if you've listened to it. He's not as much as you would think he is. He said he just sequence. It makes it seem like he's on there so much. 'cause every song got a feature. I don't know I'm thinking about about it you now. What have listened to doggy staff like the next two weeks and so but yeah that but I only just that just west coast Eminem is around response because because of Dr Dre you fifty cents at biggest into club which gary very influential Bunda biggest songs of all time hip hop wise by Dr? It was Dr Dre Busta rhymes his first and only number one album with big bang that he produced the entire album and it was hard. It was arguably one of buses best albums you find me one hip hop producer that. y'All revere I think it's better than dray and asked me who's not influenced by him. Who would want to have a career? Lie Dri okay. Let's we'll go back to Konya Konya once again. Gain is produced some great albums to produce a lot of grace offered artists. But what artists is kind of you put out there to sold as much new dog. Don't worry I'll wait because before. SNOOP DOC highest selling debut hip hop album of all time the fifty cent and who produce their albums. Dr Drey has one and two Kanye West. Is John Legend and he didn't produce the entire project not even out guy what's his. How is John Legend? I know somebody driver. Scott Scott that signed to Kanye so try again. I really wish you hip hip hop started liking in two thousand ten would stop trying to debate with us to have been like a hip hop because we born into it about. Who's a better producer? Dr Dre that's why people see people say like what kind is produce hip hop being you. When did you stop? Because there's no way you're GONNA sit here or stand through. There's no way you're going to sit here and look at the history of your pop in production production-wise an influential wise. You say there's no way. Stop doing it. Like what are we talking about here. Like what what. What is your argument? Why AH I want to hold onto? Hope you'll get better. It's not gonNA happen. Stop it Houston Sima Jolson Lakewood Church KNOB. It's over Dr Dre is number one. Sorry man you. You'd be hard pressed to find.

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"dr dre" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

13:49 min | 9 months ago

"dr dre" Discussed on Tech News Today

"Because I'm a musician schools have changed ruined the day joining us to talk about e hall pass and other related topics heather they love it fantastic so so eve hall pass is Kinda Future of kids having to go to the bathroom being there's also an option to have it on your personal phone if your kid and it doesn't use GPS have in highschool for years of your bathroom data and it can also same time and if you're gone say more than ten minutes it's up to the administrators still going still I mean my my question we do it because we can kind of feels that way with this would you would you agree or on an average bathrooms gyms that's that's a question I don't know I mean the number one reason I was given it was and it would definitely like kind of decrease the creepy factor schools aren't doing that okay outside when they delete it Yeah so I understand in time I suppose there's a little bit of a of a understanding there but you I'm curious do with the folks that you've talked to about this air and so this is a way sort of a one off to call it a stopgap measure but just like we recognize it as such or they sort of just all in on it the people that that are this goes for all ED TECH IS THEY WANNA save teachers time like managing a classroom is actually a time than just grabbing a hall pass so I don't really know if that defense will stand up it seems like a reaction to that fear more than anything else and for the fighting all yeah I don't know that seems like a very tricky problem that they really do have to deal an example but I can remember when I was in high school and it was time for a hall pass and you had to lug the thing with you it's literally ball and chain dragging Howard teachers feeling about this versus the administrators who put these policies food is they also the kid back in so instead of just hey so it sounds like for most teachers is actually a whole other step but the application into the wider kind of idea of how technology is filtering into schools specifically about one parent needed to go through a number of her holson order it's like a great example of how hard it is for parents to to get information about what kind later and it it's basically a personality assessment and then it uses that information to kind opt out and opted out and the principal said Hey why don't you talk to the CEO of the company I've talked to three of them into staying with the program and it's a very try to quit your satellite cable provider and then running you up the I I don't I don't even really have a question that I just find that really unsettling one one thing that I I've been thinking a lot about lately is like you know because we have technology you know and how that filters into our kids right like we you know kids have phones I've fought of the future of oh no we never want to be there this will never happen. This is science fiction in this tracking and you know obviously it's a judgment call whether that's a good or instance I think one of the kids that was upset about the started change yeah my kids are too little but parents give their kids a phone and one of the conditions is well I have to be able and there's some interesting research on what this actually does to kids in one one thought feature what's the impact of something actual kids I would agree it I against it because even if even if is apparent where to push against you know this is teaching kids how to live in a police state and there's there's some truth to that right ears and say oh well we you know of course this happened like we were conditioning them to be okay with it yeah conditioning we I it's a falsehood that that this stuff has to through society like accepting that that's the case and it makes me think you talking to speakers that are listening and I it's just the conditioning is taking place and dot org petition are there things that students parents administrators the other day he did something bad I'm sure and he said Momma did you get out on the Security Camera I and I wanted to make it very clear like you are not like your own little reality television in schools it's complicated because we want to trust the school districts to make these decisions let's see can you imagine reading every single one for your kid and we kneeling even though the research isn't there for most of it they they're kind of drawn to right eventually send a message to the higher ups that this is not how we want our kids learning I would start with my incredibly wonderful tweets which is at Heather Kelley hopping on today and being a Taco appreciate guys yellow and we'll talk to you.

Bushwick Bill, Bushwick And Bill discussed on On The Mic

On The Mic

06:06 min | 1 year ago

Bushwick Bill, Bushwick And Bill discussed on On The Mic

"Today. Some, some sad news for hip hop fans, especially hip hop fans of a certain age, Bushwick Bill when the main members of ghetto boys passed away at the age of fifty two had been suffering from stage, four pancreatic cancer. When the ghetto boys came out, it was it was such a pivotal time in hip hop. History Ryan as music started to evolve and, you know, we have the term in hip hop, gangsta, rap, which I've never been a fan of. But it defines a certain genre of him on and the ghetto boys were definitely from that ilk. But what was different about them is not necessarily things they were rapping about, but were they? Were wrapping from gathering Lewis originated in Los Angeles. In that area, NWEA the Dr dre ice, cube the whole group, but the ghetto boys were from Houston and southern rap and southern gangster rat is different, as you would think, food from the south would be different cars from the south will be different based on where you live and the ghetto boys were the spear of that movement, and southern rat, and for, for the news today that Bushwick Bill died at the age of fifty two, I think, for a lot of hip hop, fans definitely gonna be a sad day. No, it really is. And I think you brought up, what was the very pertinent point to me was that they were from the south, you know, and at the time it was, it was east coast and west coast, east coast was the birthplace of, and then when you got in w became, you know, west coast was a big deal, but for us that was what you listen to, you know, when, when he came on day by day, it's more, you know, those things got you excited in for us. It was. Something that even if you couldn't relate to the life, they were talking about you relate to the things in the places that they were mentioning. And so it's, it's a huge loss, and I think not only people from the south or from h town from wherever you were listening to music from at the time, I think everybody will have some type of feeling about losing someone who is really a legend in creating a space for rappers from the south bay. You know, wasn't necessarily a huge deal before them. The a lot of respect being paid the Bushwick Bill. Some of you may not be very familiar with the group to get a boy's Bushwick, Bill himself. But what made him also unique in the red game is that he was a little person, right? And all about hip hop music at a certain era was about being hard and tough. And whether it's tough MC toughen streets. But you got this little person out there, who was, you know, talking everything you hear about the streets gave a different persona to certain people. And for little people around the country, they were in the hip hop, music. He represented them in a way, they'd never been represented before just way Ryan was talking about how the south was being represented right in music. But a lot of people paying respects to him including ice cube. He put on Twitter, quote, rest in beats to my homeboy Bushwick. Bill from the trigger happy blank, ghetto boys. He never backed down, even though he was low to the ground, a true original, you know, that's what was so. So funny, though, Eve's about his voice was that, that was the last thing you thought about what you thought Bush would Bill. You're right. You know. And I don't mean thing you saw lasting right? Right. I don't mean just as voice in a way it sound saying the voice, he created a rat like that wasn't even how you saw Bushwick, Bill. I remember one of my favorite mart episodes is more and God jumped Morton is I jumped on my little people, and Bushwick. Bill was the leader of that group. And the way he was talking to Martin Carrie. Himself. He was six to in his mind. Right. And that was the way he wrap. That was the way he carried himself. And after a while that was the way you felt about him. And so I think it's I think is really awesome. That, you know, these other great rappers these other legends and rep are kind of giving him his do as to what he meant to hip hop, who else thinks they're six to a closer to five to who's L Dunkin, but see. She got us a real six to kind of personality persona too. So I get it. I don't mess with her. Don't let it have some hills and be stopping into somebody's living room, real quick. To the contrary. I actually think have short man syndrome, which is where most of my attitude comes from, because I'm just all bark and no bite odor. I know a lot about the. Definitely scares you off enough to even try. Crazy. Right. Right. Right. Just don't wanna know because then you gotta make a decision, L, let me because we're talking about Bushwick, Bill passing away the age of fifty two in what the group ghetto boys min at the time, and most things music, always bring stuff to you. And we were talking about being from the south all three of you Ryan and I grew up in the south unit Lanta Atlanta had its own different aspect of southern hip hop music, and that whole thing, but the link of that, and the representation from the south being able to have voices could be heard on both coasts. How do you put those things together in the wake of Bush Bill passing away? Yeah. I mean you know you you've mentioned it. I think that Atlanta, especially old Atlanta hip hop. It's anonymous with fake outcast but even before head, you know, the dungeon family in general, and DJ's that used to come from here, and the sound that we kind of we had to kind of take Miami sound for that because it was the farthest south that really resonated nationally. So I mean it just meant a lot because you felt like it I would go back to the source awards booed off stage, and they just kept saying the same thing, which is has something to say and I just like that feeling so incredibly proud, you know, we didn't really have sports teams to cling onto in Atlanta growing up, so being able to have like Outkast who was hours. She talked like us and talked about things that we understood to happen. And later TI and paving the way for guys like future in to change. Now I mean it's incredible to sink, like how far has come in terms of hip hop, and how they're really powerhouse when it comes to putting

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JAY-Z Is the First Hip-Hop Artist to Become a Billionaire

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

JAY-Z Is the First Hip-Hop Artist to Become a Billionaire

"Hip hop has its first billionaire ABC's Jason Nathanson. Not disturbing. If you're actually Jay z who Forbes says, is the first hip hop billionaire and new cover story on the music and tech mogul, the magazine says his net worth conservatively totals, a billion with investments in Uber licker, his streaming service, title, and more. And if you've got Dr dre was the first billionaire rapper, Forbes says that's fast dre only worth eight hundred and fifty million so bragging rights for now to be honest

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"No jail time": Dr. Dre jokes about kid's USC acceptance

WBZ Midday News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

"No jail time": Dr. Dre jokes about kid's USC acceptance

"Into the university of southern. In California, captioning a photo on Instagram with my daughter got accepted into USC all on her own no jail time. That's a reference to the college admissions scandal uncovered by federal prosecutors in Boston, but NBC's Miguel Almaguer says the celebration did not last long that post later deleted after it came out that Dr dre and a record producer donated seventy million dollars to the school in twenty thirteen dozens of parents, including celebrities, Lori Loughlin in Felicity Huffman are facing federal charges for allegedly cheating to get their kids into USC and other prestigious

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Dr. Dre Brags His Daughter Got into USC "on Her Own" Years After $70M Donation

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Dr. Dre Brags His Daughter Got into USC "on Her Own" Years After $70M Donation

"Hip hop all goal, Dr dre fund himself as a little social media backlash after an Instagram post praising his daughter for getting into USC in that post, which he later removed Dray said she didn't get any help from the family, although he did not mention these seventy million dollar donation that he made a USC six years ago along with producer, Jimmy LeVine.

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Jeremy Lamb hits absurd buzzer-beater

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Jeremy Lamb hits absurd buzzer-beater

"Dr dre. Dre decided to boast about his daughters. USC acceptance a little bit of a big involved that the parents facing charges over allegedly bribing their kids way into top colleges. The music mogul shared a photo of his daughter, truly young. Adding my daughter got accepted to USC all on her own. No jail. Time is fairly important to note, though, Dr dre and Jimmy ivine founded the USC Jimmy ivine and Andre young

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"dr dre" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr dre" Discussed on Bigmouth

"But it's also you can tell that the people who made it at so much affection for this subject, which is totally different from someone being sycophantic. But so when you have Dray talking about different ways of scratching, and and kind of working with music, they'll be subtle little things when he's talking where they give those treatments to his voice. It will slow down a little bit pan from from either side. And it's when something is made with love it just is completely different already loved us. She goes every band on the way or every music largest on the way up or even an engineer like like like open whose name is pronounced Pronounce deferred. deferred. Only only, you know, the early part of the story is always the absolutely most charming isn't to see see world class wrecking crew in their terrible close. I'm Dr dre and his purple as silly outfits. Outfit. Absolutely love him for it. And the fact that like you see that pretty much every musician stock out has the same. I have no idea. What's going to happen to here? I'm just going to give it a go. But of the point of the idea of, you know, access without sycophancy, and we've all seen a lot of rock documentaries co-produce with the subject, and you kind of going pretty easy on them. I didn't get the impression with this. And I think later on when we look at the episode Dylan you you'll have seen this. When we look at the episodes of Dr dre assaulting a female journalist, I've not got that far in the series. But apparently, it doesn't flinch it all and say, it was an absolute precondition of Allen. He's that he would only do this dre talk about episode. I think this is often been the case in documentaries. But now when you're working with people, and traditionally particularly in our world, there would be sort of separation between church and state. This is what we're doing in order to make you look like this. But actually that whole process now is what people want to and they they don't just want. They demand it and they're quite right to and there's a. It's not an era of transparency we live in a in a far more transparent age, for instance, when we're doing a cover shoot. Now, whether whether it's for the website or whether it's for the magazine. Part and parcel of the the actual image is the process. Everything is filmed everything is film from from. When someone wakes up to when someone is clearing the table of film, canisters and teacups. And everything is captured because you need so much more material now of social.

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"dr dre" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr dre" Discussed on Bigmouth

"We're talking about Jimmy Dr dre Jimmy. I've seen is the Libertador Dray is the innovator. Suffered a little bit more impressive. To work harder than the next guy. And did you next guy kit. I had to be a success if something friend of mine, but the government who turned I started doing. I wanted to be able to get in there. Sofia Harris won't goes in feet. First it starts with three billion apple deal to buy beats being leaked because drills mate Theresa's drunk on Twitter and then ramps up from there. What did you make of it? Did you enjoy it? Did I enjoy? Yes. I did when when it first came on the screen, and you get this wounding say may contain. No, well does contain nudity gore. Self harm. I don't blame me. And I didn't see any of those things feature in the first couple of episodes of don't think. But maybe we just knew to that kind of thing. We don't notice it anymore. Yeah. It is. It's a really exciting beginning. And they also have this the roll call of all the people who are going to appear in the in the series sitting down in their chairs and getting comfortable. And is this my my best angling who over your? Yes. Did you feel you learn something about the the the difference or the American music business? Now's. Dude. I I mean, I guess in a way I kind of feel like the American music businesses on music business, just because there's so much crossover and culturally, you know, we're not talking about some random obscure little strand of American culture. It's the stuff that most British teenagers were into at the time and still kind of rifle around in. Dillon. You've seen the whole series on Netflix. What's your take on the defiant ones? This is this is written like, it's a novel..

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Dr. Dre and Jim Carrey's pet sitter spills the dirt

Let's Talk Pets

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Dre and Jim Carrey's pet sitter spills the dirt

"When you walk into someone's home, and it's up to you. If you want to disclose what have you done Khairpur, some pets of celebrities as well as just mortals living in LA? Absolutely. Absolutely. So Dr Drey I would say is probably my biggest client night took care of his dog. For a long time for many years, and Jim Carey and a couple of others. But those were probably the biggest, but you know, it's not just the celebrities who love to have a pet sitter. It's a regular people who need us. And I got a lot of attorneys and people who worked in the periphery of Hollywood like the agents, and those stylists another makeup artisan. They would say to me, you know, what Laura if you didn't do your job. I couldn't do mine because they work very long hours point. So did you ever get to meet him? Or Dr dre I met them both very briefly. I would see Dr trae all the time driving out of his house is yes. So he would always late. You've loved loved his dogs and his wife kids left their dogs too. You know? Were big loving family. And what about Jim Carey what kind of dog? Did he he was disgraced to his pets? He adopted a rescue dog that needed physical therapy, and he would rent pool time to have the physical therapists work with his dog in the poll. Oh, wow. Yeah. Amazing amazing. And you know, you made a good point they working long hours and pet sitters work long hours and dog walking. So is there any things that you've learned that have made you a better professional in this field. I think to communicate, you know, absolutely communicate with your clients and just make sure that you're letting them know what's going on. And also follow those directions. I think. Yeah. Right. We must people get in trouble. It's because they follow the instructions, you know, I'm had a hurt a story about a woman who was doing sitting in. She couldn't figure out how to put the harness on the dog. But the owner had said, you know, always as on he came back out of his caller like somebody dogs do ensure enough, you know, she took the dog on walks with just to call her in with harnessed on who she figured out in the dog got away and speaking of those directions, there are some folks that are very very detailed in their directions for specific like three three pillow. What some of the money? But essential instructions from clients that you have to follow that really pamper their dog. So many instructions, you know, you walk into the first day of a pet sitting in. There's usually what I call the book and. And I like the phone book. And then I had a client who would sticky things all over her house like oh Sammy likes to sleep here in Sammy will jump up here and had a sticky all over her house where her level talk. Sammy would like those were all the favorite spots and nowadays people have ring and all these other. So they can see when you come and go, but did you ever wonder if they've got cameras in every room, especially asleep over so how do you deal with big eyes? You know, what there's no expectation of privacy anymore. I used to be squeamish about asking people era cameras in. But now, I just straight up say, we are the cameras in your because you know, you're not legally supposed to record somebody without letting the note with people do it all the time. And especially if you're sleeping at someone's house. It's nice to know that they have eyeballs on you're even audio. It's better to know. And to that point. I always tell the people that I hire have a lot of independent contractors who work for me. I never do anything that. You would wanna see yourself doing in a court of law? You know screen just everybody has a nanny camera to be ever ever. So aware of

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"dr dre" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr dre" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Dr dre top twenty five reports that I brought to you by Smithville. You know, your business is only as strong as your internet shoes, a partner who can customize your internet need Smithville built for you. Visit Smithfield dot com to learn more victim finals from earlier today. Rutgers wins over Boston University, fifty four forty four Eugene Meru we had twenty points and seventeen rebounds to lead the scarlet knights to their fourth win of the year. Well, either half continues to turn in nice, double doubles. But it today was concert. Couldn't get the job done. His fourth ranked Virginia beat them fifty three to forty six half with twenty two points, fifteen rebounds. Carson Edwards had nineteen boys. Five assists and four steals and produce homecourt eighty four forty six win over Robert Morris. Elsewhere Michigan than six ranked wolverines over Chatanooga, eighty three fifty five one game in progress or getting ready to start and they're kind of turn the clock back. As number twenty three Ohio State is hosting Cleveland state, but they're playing at Saint John arena, the old home of the buckeyes Ohio Ohio State five no interesting top twenty five later tonight at the Barclay center. In Brooklyn as second ranked Kansas number five, Tennessee, they're both unbeaten play in the preseason MIT final. Elsewhere. Of course, UNC was upset by Texas ninety two eighty nine last night on thanksgiving night. They turn the tables on UCLA winning a game just-completed ninety four seventy eight the final there, by the way was a lot of teams in action fifty seven and twelve going into actively later tonight. That's a glance at our big ten top twenty five or four fish returns with the coach Archie Miller. The head coaches report brought to you by the credit union are brigade continues. After these time outs. You're listening to Indiana University basketball on the caresource radio network from learfield. Hey, who's your fans? We know you like winners why not take your career on a winning path with the job in a fast paced growing industry stoops the nation's leading free liner truck group seeks experienced diesel technicians at our kitchens store straight across Indiana. Stoops's truly the Hoosier state Freightliner team like the hoosiers stoops free liners setting the standard with a leading pay and benefits package. Hurry. Join them today. Glenmore visit Seuss dot com today referral. Bonuses are available. Choice. Five twenty nine is Indiana smart way to save for college contributions can be used for qualified education expenses at any eligible school and help prevent your kids from having student loans to start saving for your future Hoosier with as little as ten dollars. Visit college choice direct dot com slash are you to enter to win a five hundred and twenty nine dollar college choice scholarship, plus a VIP experience for four at a December. Who's your home game? Go to college direct dot com slash you. This.

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Apple TV drops 'violent' Dr Dre drama, amid censorship complaints

MacBreak Weekly

03:45 min | 2 years ago

Apple TV drops 'violent' Dr Dre drama, amid censorship complaints

"Let's I think we have. There's a lot more we could talk about including apple, apple zone, employees, calling the apple TV effort. What are the Wall Street Journal? Say, NBC light. Apple is apparently having a difficult time that killed the Dr Drey a semi biographical tail because it was too violent. They're having a difficult time we, we actually talked about this. I think maybe you anti mentioned. This is difficult for apple with its desire to stay squeaky clean to predict create entertainment people. Wanna see not only not only that, but their desire for control. And really the the reason why Netflix and Hulu and these other companies are getting top-drawer talent is because that's where you, if you, if you if you're with NBC or CBS, you can't even cast somebody who has one line with putting them putting people on tape and sending it the headquarters for their approval. I don't know how well they're going to do by saying. Now when he when he gets shot. Act does. He can't just say, oh, darn it just it's like, no, he can't. He's going to be cursing up. Storm have dealings about. There's like I mean, west wing entertained me for five years without any language violence or anything. So you can make a mazing television without it. But I also think artificial to impose it that that it's hard. It's hard to you. You nailed it any. It's hard to attract the creatives. It's not so much that you can't do it. It's just the creatives don't wanna get an environment with their with their handcuffed. And that's your. Famous for today, Nimick Castle Rock or something. They just need a brand that they were. They were okay with. Yeah, they just do that and then not have Eddy cue in Tim cook and those meetings. I just I just don't know. don't know. Mutation as apple TV network. We're like Netflix, if it were run by Ned Flanders. Unless you're signed up, s speaking as a parent, I'm not that against it. You know, like I have places to go. I wanna go to see that content and knowing that I can have stuff that I'm not worried about my kids, you know, seeing I turns the phone, unfortunately, I'm, I watch a lot of stuff and so I'm very, very thick skin about what I'm watching and I'll forget there's something in it that my kids can't watch, nor that I don't want my kids to watch at eight and ten years old or nine and ten years old. So so I think that and I and I do. I thought about this a lot while while they were talking about it and you know, I, I don't think apple could build an etching up until the, you know, more recently. Disney Disney's done everything, but they built a pretty good base without doing a lot of going going crazy. Pixar done. Okay. Without a lot of gratuitous, violence and swearing. I mean, they sold a couple you know ticket. So I don't think that it's impossible to build a lot of content and apple has the one Trump card that that I think everybody else can't do, which is that they can outbid anybody. They want to any day, that's that's the epithet that according to the Wall Street Journal, some apple employees are calling it expensive NBC.

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Apple spikes Dr. Dre's 'graphic' new show, wants original content without 'gratuitous sex, profanity, or violence'

Fred and Angi

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Apple spikes Dr. Dre's 'graphic' new show, wants original content without 'gratuitous sex, profanity, or violence'

"I didn't know that. Dr dre had a show on TV. Did you know that? No, no, no. What is it about? Apparently, lots of killing. The apple CEO, Tim, cook not pleased by scenes of drug use violence and an orgy in the show. Vital signs. A new series inspired by the life of Dr dre therefore, they have dropped it which was part of a billion dollar lineup of original content for apple music that's supposed to rival Netflix and Hulu previous reports suggested the project was delayed because apple and Dray were unhappy with the quality of the final product other big budget series. Including a thriller written by m night Shamlan are being scrutinized over content that apple feels is not part of their family values image.

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Tim Cook Killed Apple’s Dr. Dre-Inspired TV Series Because It Was Too Violent

First Morning News

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Tim Cook Killed Apple’s Dr. Dre-Inspired TV Series Because It Was Too Violent

"I might Bauer and for Joe Bartlett apple is rejecting a streaming series. Based on the life of Dr dre because CEO, Tim cook felt it was too dark and too violent the show. Vital signs reportedly had drug use guns Annan orgy cook. Personally, nixed picking up the show in the Wall Street Journal says it's because he didn't want to cause any damage to Apple's consumer product sales. The streaming services tentatively scheduled for a March

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"dr dre" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"dr dre" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Dr dre wants to trademark fight against dr dre i know you're thinking dr dre the rat mogul wants to fight against himself no not quite dr dre is he's a record producer goes by the name andrea young that's his real name and he also is the guy who made millions of dollars i think he made a half a billion dollars inventing beats headphones you know those headphones that you always see kids wearing their beats headphones are really expensive and they're not gonna headphones here at the radio station sometimes we'll have one of the things you'll notice here at the radio station is we all have lots of expensive headphones and none of us and i mean none of us walk around this radio station if you don't believe me none of us are wearing beats by dre zero people nobody here and i got nothing against dr dre those are just not good headphones overpriced support quality headphone anyway dr dre real name andrea young he opposed trademark application dr dre on birch it's pittsburgh gynecologist who calls himself america's obgyn also calls himself dr dre and he spells at dri dr dre birch birch dr birch who's website advertises that he's a sex expert in a media personality is known professionally as dr dre with an ai at the end it's shortened version of his first name and in two thousand fifteen he tried to get a trademark protection for it i don't know how dr dre the rapper heard about dr dre the gynecologist but he did and he objected he argued that the gynocologist media appearances and speaking events take place in a non medical setting and so they constitute entertainment right his lawyers told a panel of us patent and trademark office that consumers were likely to mix up the the rapper in the gynocologist i think that's pretty unlikely but if you say so their names are pronounced the same way but there's fell differently one spell dare the other spilled dra i saw the trademark panel you're not gonna believe this they rejected that argument earlier this month they said it's a it's a decision that drains entertainment and educational motivational speaking services which are specifically limited in contact to osteopathic medicine obstetrics gynecology our subject matter which.

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"dr dre" Discussed on The Howard Stern Show

The Howard Stern Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"dr dre" Discussed on The Howard Stern Show

"The the howard stern show so when dray here's this mixed tape of yours and they put it on his party he then calls you and you hang up on them right because you like fuck you you're not dr dre because dr trays the biggest guy in in the business to fucking call me fall on a monday morning like it warranty light snow because i got drown foul on my hello it was a no mother motherfucking dr dre cut off my phone hang up gangster call right back snow v cut is really drank the on the phone i would draw a life that mic statement what you're doing he said on thursday might should i ain't doing shit i don't do it come the studio i wanted to whoop i'm like all right cool so we go to the studio day when you say go to the studio you'd like do you tell anyone do you tell your mother you tell someone that hey i'm going to dr dre studio you just keep your mouth shut i only person i told was the homeboy rump because he only fucking ahead of car rondo rub jumping his car in drive out there so nervous a little bit fuck yeah a little bit and what's it lies i didn't know what the fuck he was going i didn't know what he was going to ask me what he's going to do so look our when i go in there right the deal sea is in a room when deal see is the greatest fucking rapper at all times at that time right so do see is in here and it's like looking at me and like size of me up you should so i don't know what's happening so dry finally come in like come in the studio we go in the studio and he like like this on the gangsters life's on all right he like chains music though so he put on some james brown like the big payback break.

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A soldier needed an ear transplant. Doctors ‘grew’ a new one in her arm.

News, Traffic and Weather

01:40 min | 2 years ago

A soldier needed an ear transplant. Doctors ‘grew’ a new one in her arm.

"Nbc news radio dr drey the famous rapper and producer has lost a battle over trademark infringement with a gynecologist abc's scott goldberg reports if i said dr dre you'd probably think of this guy yes dr d r e the hip hop legend for years he's been in a legal battle with this guy dr dre again d r a i dray on birch gynecologist who writes books and posts videos about things like grooming and operation as the death until if you're popping egg dr dre the artist argued dr dre the doctor was causing confusion among consumers the us patent and trademark office disagreed saying it's not so hard to tell this dr dre from this one is his name in the voice coming stockholder berg abc news in rb soldier who lost her ear in a car crash now has a new one that she grew herself inside her forearm doctors say they use cartilage from shamiya burge's ribs and a technique called pre laminated forearm free flap that means they implanted the cartilage under the skin of her arm which allowed the new year to grow doctors have now successfully transplanted that ear to burge's head she's tells a couple more surgeries to go but burridge says she's optimistic komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours we are clear in seattle westbound i ninety just east of rainier avenue a disabled vehicle has been cleared from the hov lane and in tacoma westbound highway sixteen near jackson avenue police activities still has all westbound lanes of highway sixteen blocked this report is brought to you by tila resort and casino your next.

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"dr dre" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"dr dre" Discussed on The Big 98

"No hear me out here me out here i took one loan in college i took it for one thousand dollars and because i had no extra funds i bought clothes and a playstation two thousand dollars cool so listen my point is i don't care if you want to put a link up it doesn't hurt me to not donate people may donate i mean you think it's the same thing is getting a scholarship because i got a scholarship now it's not the same earned that scholarship dr dre loses a trademark battle with a gynecologist named dr drey dra i so there's dr dre the hip hop artists there's dr dre the gynecologist they have been in court since two thousand fifteen dr dre the hip hop artists as there was confusion but it's dr dre real name and secondly dr drey the gynecologist literally a doctor right don producer hip hop guy is not literally at doctor so the court said no dr dre the hip hop artists you can't own dr drey north texas school ends birthday spankings after complaints wait they they do birthday sinkings an elementary school in north texas has ended an unusual tradition birthday spankings for the past eight years students have been called to the principal's office to receive spank for each year that's creepy they also get candy and a special pencil though this is just now getting addressed how long has this been going on in april two complaints about the practice surprisingly only i know and then the letter that students at the school always had the option of getting a hugger high five instead out of here but instead they got the spankings hurts well but you have to understand they also got a pencil candy can't let me give you a spanking.

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"dr dre" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"dr dre" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"We're taking eubacked of fits in brooks on knbr six eighty lee's live his visas from its friday please oh god please okay regrets oh yeah yeah yeah argued figured so they missed cats don't do districts like they used to back in the day dr dre and his hobie snoop dogg but some cancel blast with his track luke from through live crew my play gangster party later the late great tim dog on blast of mr blak tim dog obviously tim web kmart's at the and of course easy famously is this an excuse for me to hear a one of the great beats malta yes but also dr jury within the warriors practiced today as he did his picture chris haines those warriors were bs yes of the trump stocks ray chatting with my friend warriors gm bob bites so uh you know i mean obviously bob myers understands uh understands good people and ask a company i was a hut for years i was talking to one of bob myers former client cessive on saturday the artery jordan orient said i hear he i might be ah in them their trade win as well the clippers have reached the point of clipper them are you going to give the andre jordan a hundred plus million now don't do or you're going to trade him to get something for him trade him to get something point you know let me see bomber i know we didn't run the daytoday operations of the clippers but he's not a dummy the give deandre jordan amassing is worth one hundred million dollars but you don't give a hundred million dollars out of the funny is the clippers they had the funniest what comes around always goes back around type a deal fade yonder dohrn two the mavericks i ha about three dozen pda would find that hilarious it's what we all be laughing uncontrollably and you know free ages ago for rang there's always a spot for you you know that let's let's think about that for suck the de'andre jordan no disrespect to javale mcgee who still out on one of his smoke on twitter through okay go back to.

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"dr dre" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"dr dre" Discussed on Popcast

"No because i also feel like the thing that eminem was really good l rivers of trouble writing songs but he didn't in late in 99 in two thousand and two thousand one but i think this is a dr gray thing so dr dre i think what a tremendous amount of structure to adam wood m needed when he was coming out of that scene into the pop moral was needed structure drei had that in spades so it was a perfect combination but as dray has pulled back from the sort of daytoday in holding of like what an eminem record sounds like which to be fair is i imagine a complicated and on on rewarding task but as he's pull back i feel like eminent has relied on kind of like the worst instincts of late 1970s white rock that kind of like uncomfortable gender dynamic of like i have a woman she's not that effective she sings and she feels and i get to spasm out these kind of retrograde frameworks that noone saving him from iding dr dre was kinda like i can i can give you something and then m wrote yeah in what are you told that guy about herat like this is of adverse eminem lake easily laminant i don't know man i are you accustomed to looking like hot thirty six's twenty seven's and hot fifty three years i mean i i didn't do a bar counter on some of these verses but i i did like our walk around the block counter i took a long astle walk to summer you've heard since i feel like you can be saved league the easily doesn't instincts are off is indulging his worst tastes would in he's like a tests measure going to do look for rail to be look here's the shape of the sauna use through reverses in exactly like it reminds me and also a quality control person to be like don't say eru these heavy duty like no yes or don't say like was he kick in what was the ferries line like i should right children's like kick so much fair.

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"dr dre" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast

New York Times - Popcast

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"dr dre" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast

"No because i also feel like the thing that eminem was really good l rivers of trouble writing songs but he didn't in late in 99 in two thousand and two thousand one but i think this is a dr gray thing so dr dre i think what a tremendous amount of structure to adam wood m needed when he was coming out of that scene into the pop moral was needed structure drei had that in spades so it was a perfect combination but as dray has pulled back from the sort of daytoday in holding of like what an eminem record sounds like which to be fair is i imagine a complicated and on on rewarding task but as he's pull back i feel like eminent has relied on kind of like the worst instincts of late 1970s white rock that kind of like uncomfortable gender dynamic of like i have a woman she's not that effective she sings and she feels and i get to spasm out these kind of retrograde frameworks that noone saving him from iding dr dre was kinda like i can i can give you something and then m wrote yeah in what are you told that guy about herat like this is of adverse eminem lake easily laminant i don't know man i are you accustomed to looking like hot thirty six's twenty seven's and hot fifty three years i mean i i didn't do a bar counter on some of these verses but i i did like our walk around the block counter i took a long astle walk to summer you've heard since i feel like you can be saved league the easily doesn't instincts are off is indulging his worst tastes would in he's like a tests measure going to do look for rail to be look here's the shape of the sauna use through reverses in exactly like it reminds me and also a quality control person to be like don't say eru these heavy duty like no yes or don't say like was he kick in what was the ferries line like i should right children's like kick so much fair.

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