Submitted by admin on December 3rd, 2011
Slim The Mobster and Dr. Dre over T.I.’s “Salute” record from “No Mercy”, produced By Jake One. One of Dr. Dre’s rare rap appearances comes in the form of guest verse on Slim’s “Back Against The Wall” Listen to the track below and download “War Music”. Slim The Mobster ft Dr. Dre “Back Against The Wall” (Tagged Version) Stay tuned for more news and media from Slim over the coming weeks on Aftermathmusic.com, in the meantime hit up Slim on Twitter and Facebook. Tweet
Submitted by admin on December 3rd, 2011
Dr. Dre has just swung by Hong Kong to promote his Beats By Dr. Dre headphones line. Just before his much-hyped dragon-i gig with Snoop Dogg and Jazzy Jeff, Andrea Yu sits down with the rapper extraordinaire, as well as Jimmy Iovine (head of Interscope Records) and Luke Wood (president of Beats) to find out more about these illustrious headphones – and the rap star’s long-awaited new album. We certainly didn’t forget about Dre… Andrea Yu: Dr. Dre, I must admit that yo
Submitted by admin on November 30th, 2011
For Holiday 2011 Beats By Dre has reinvented their first and most popular headphone, The Studio, in a spectrum of candy colors good enough to eat. Whether you choose blue, pink, orange, or green, they have the color that “is you.” Nero’s first live performance at their recently opened Pop-Up store in NYC. Dre, who was in attendance at the performance, chose Nero “Me & You” for the spot’s powerful track. Album: Welcome Reality (Digital out now, CD in stores 12/13) Amazon | iTunes (video) Tweet
Submitted by admin on November 29th, 2011
Dr. Dre brought the west Coast overseas at the 2011 MNET Asian Music Awards in Singapore. Dre linked up with his pal Snoop Dogg for a rare performance of their classic “The Next Episode.” Watch the Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre of “The Next Episode” live performance at the 2011 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. (video) Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre arrive at the 2011 Mnet Asian Music Awards at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on November 29, 2011 in Singapore. (Photos by Chris McGrath/Hester Tan) Click here for more pictures. Tweet
Submitted by admin on November 9th, 2011
Aftermath signee, Dr. Dre protege and unapologetic gangster rapper Slim the Mobster presents his new street album, War Music, hosted by DJ Whoo Kid and powered by Crooks & Castles. War Music features ten original tracks including the highly rated Whose House?, What Goes Up, the Dr. Dre assisted Back Against the Wall and more. In addition to rhymes from Slim, guest work on the album comes from Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Prodigy, Nikki Grier and more. The street album features production from Dr. Dre, Jake One, Nottz, Bink, Sid Roams, Siege Monstracity and others. War Music is executive produced by Dr. Dre, ...
Submitted by admin on October 20th, 2011
Anthony Johnson better known by his stage name Slim The Mobster is a Los Angeles-based rapper currently signed to Gang Module Records and Aftermath Entertainment. He is currently working on Dr. Dre’s third studio album Detox. Slim The Mobster is known as Dr. Dre’s new protegé. He is currently also working on his debut Aftermath Entertainment studio album. His influence includes gangsta rap acts like The D.O.C and The Notorious B.I.G. He took his rap name from notorious pimp Fillmore Slim and from being in the trap having the mindset of a Mobster. If these endorsements are not enough and you’re ...
Submitted by admin on September 30th, 2011
Watch the new Doggisode with Snoop Dogg, DJ Battlecat, D.O.C., DJ Quik, 1500 or Nothin and DJ Pooh in the studio recording for Detox below. Enjoy! “We need to leave here with 4 Hit Records for Dr. Dre, 2 solo and 2 with me on it.” (Snoop) (video) Tweet
Submitted by admin on August 31st, 2011
With 97,879 copies sold since it was released on August 23rd, Game’s fourth studio project ‘R.E.D. Album.’ dethroned Jay-Z and Kanye West’s Watch The Throne as the #1 album on the Billboard 200 chart. The ‘R.E.D. Album.’ is Game’s third chart topping debut following 2005′s The Documentary and 2007′s Doctor’s Advocate which both went on to sell millions of copies worldwide. Game’s last album, LAX, started at #2 in 2008 and went on to gold certification. “It feels amazing to be back on top,” exclaims Game. “My fans are incredibly loyal. I was able to step away from music for ...
Submitted by admin on August 29th, 2011
Dr. Dre presents Snoop Dogg with the BMI Urban Icon Award at the 2011 BMI Urban Awards. After he accepts, Snoop joins Bootsy Collins, Game, Kurupt, Warren G, Daz Dillinger, The Lady of Rage, and Charlie Wilson to perform his classic “Who Am I (What’s My Name).” “I gotta lot of love for this man; he’s one of the people responsible for putting me where I am today. He makes me excited to go into the studio and make music”, so Dr. Dre. Noting earlier on the red carpet that he doesn’t put himself in the icon realm, Snoop thanked Dr. Dre ...
Submitted by admin on August 24th, 2011
Dr. Dre has donated a few of his Beats by Dre headphones for a community dance competition, organized by L.A. street legend Freeway Rick Ross. The Freeway Enterprise Presents: L.A. Can Dance event will benefit grade school and high school students in the South Los Angeles area. Since the event’s creation, Dr. Dre and Slim Da Mobster have stepped in to support with time and money in the hopes of giving back to their community. This year, Dre has donated a signed pair of his headphones to be given as one of the prizes. Other prizes have been donated by Aftermath, ...