Dr. Dre

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  • Dr Dre Biography

    Dr. Dre and the marks he will leave on hip hop It’s hard to miss a song or two from the living emblem of hip hop known as Dr. Dre. The classic figure of the said music genre has not only set a new pace when it comes to hip hop music, but also nurtured and supported upcoming artists leading them to the same path he had traversed during the course of his active music career. There is no denying that the prominence of his persona in the music industry is eminent as he was able to flexibly switch roles from being a rapper, composer, and then music producer. His footsteps are a dream for many and his success is the envy of those who are trying to win a spot in an industry that can be both kind and cruel at the same time. Born Andre Romelle Young in 1965, the Compton born artist…

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  • Dre Research Papers

    about Dre, chances are that there are several things that you may not know about him. As you may already know, Dr Dre is a multimillonaire rapper/music producer who was the orginal founder of the "Beats" headphones. He orginally entered the hip hop industry back in and is curretnly regarded as one of the most influyancial indiauls within the hip hop industry. Here are that you may not know about him. 1) Headslammer In 1990, Dr Dre slammed Tv personality Dee Barnes's head into a brick wall…

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  • Beats In Headphones: Annotative Analysis

    2015). Beats Still Tops In Headphones. Twice: This Week in Consumer Electronics, 30, 4.) The Beats by Dre headphones have continued to sell at an exponential rate in the headphones market. Due to the beats bluetooth effects, advertising campaign, sound, varieties and styles they have higher sell rates than the other top companies such as Bose, Jay- Bird, Sennheiser and Sony. They induce celebrities and athletes to represent their brand and continue to make more designs for the company to…

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  • An Analysis Of N. W. A.

    those five years, the group endured years of controversy due to their extremely explicit lyrics and song topics on drugs, crimes, and police brutality. The group was a very well known for their hatred of the police system. In spite of their music being banned from most American radio stations, N.W.A has sold more than 10 million units in the United States alone. Dr. Dre (Andre Young) and Ice Cube (O’Shae Jackson Sr.) had met and connected through their passion…

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  • Boyz N Tha Hood Analysis

    Cube showed the rhyme to Dre, who made an instrumental track for it” (McDermott, 2002, p 30). One of the original members, Ice Cube, wrote all of Boyz N Tha Hood but the one who would perform it would eventually land on Eazy-E himself. This single launched way towards the album by making Ruthless a neighborhood hero. Everybody always wonder how did N.W.A get started but its roots trace back to two members, one who had the idea, and one who had the money for it. These two would be Eric Wright and…

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  • Kendrick Lamar Interpretation

    and story of his album, Kendrick Lamar should be awarded the most honorable achievement in music history, Album of the Year. Born Kendrick Lamar Duckworth in Compton, California, Kendrick Lamar is easily one of the most influential artist of this decade. Rolling Stone states that his album is “ Musically, lyrically, and emotionally… a one-of-a-kind masterpiece,” The New York Times present Lamar’s album as a “show of staggering lyrical and musical ambition… blisteringly of the moment.” So it…

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  • The Dirty Dozen Analysis

    Regardless, the Slim Shady persona, though controversial, is largely impactful on not only Eminem’s career, but the state of America as a new means of artistry was introduced to the United States. Slim Shady first hit the public stage 1999 under Aftermath records in the Slim Shady LP. Throughout various tracks of the album, Mathers smoothly transitions from slow self-deprecating rap ballads to fits of raw lyricism depicting outlandish and ridiculous stories and sometimes crafting pieces that…

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  • Death Row Record Analysis

    sales as well as making $100 million for annual revenue. But that didn’t mean the artists got paid. Compton didn't bring forth rap, however the music that fell off the streets of Los Angeles in the late 1980s took the lower class to another level, aesthetically and politically. The artist of this newly refined “Rap” included rappers Eazy-E, Ice Cube, MC Ren and Dr. Dre (most of N.W.A). The “G-Funk” inspired beats and explicit lyrics, about drugs,…

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  • Facts About Kendrick Lamar

    As more people first started to notice Kendrick Dr. Dre soon signed him to his independent record label, Aftermath Entertainment. Kendrick dropped his album good kid, m.A.A.d city, in October 2012, this was a huge album within the label. His hit singles like “Poetic Justice” and “Swimming Pools (Drank),” caught the eyes of American televisions, which gave him the opportunity to make an appearance on Saturday Night Live, Late Night with David Letterman and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon while still…

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  • Becoming A Music Producer Essay

    goes as far back as 1857, it wasn’t actually a business until around the 1900’s as stated in an excerpt from Bobby Owsinski’s book titled The Music Producer's Handbook. The so called “Music Production” was first known in Europe as music for the cinema it was know as music effects or background music, but eventually it developed into bigger things like music being produced now. Some people have become very successful from production and are now famous, such as Dr. Dre, Kanye West, Jay Z and many…

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