Let’s address those Beats, Dr. Dre.
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As you’re rocking out to your favorite artist in a sold-out concert filled with thousands and thousands of people who paid at least $100 to get there, have you ever stopped to wonder how just how much cash that musician must be making?
Well now is your chance to find out.
Well we now know how Dr. Dre spent some of his money from the Beats sale to Apple!
Apple is acquiring Beats Electronics for $3.2 billion, and while the deal has yet to be formally confirmed, Dre has been busy looking for a new mansion fit for a mogul.
Looks like mo’ problems aren’t in Diddy’s future.
According to Forbes magazine, the “It’s All About the Benjamins” rapper — whose real name is Sean Combs — is the wealthiest hip-hop artist currently alive.
It’s no secret — Hollywood is made of money.
With the worlds of film, television and music, stars earn far more that mere power, prestige and status. Celebrities continue to prove that show business shells out in a big way. But just how hefty a paycheck are the industry A-listers pocketing?
Welcome to high-tech Hollywood!
Celebrities love their gadgets. Whether it’s helping organize their lives – or keeping them in touch with their fans and followers via social media, young Hollywood now relies on it’s ability to stay connected 24/7.
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Has Jay-Z been dethroned as Forbes’ cash king?
In the magazine’s annual accounting of hip-hop’s top earners, Dr. Dre has taken the crown for 2012, triumphing over reigning ruler Jay-Z. But rapper-producer Dre didn’t land the No. 1 spot through his revered work in the recording studio.
After not releasing a…
Travis Barker and DJ AM’s musical careers are taking off again, after the two were badly burned in a plane crash in Columbia, South Carolina, that killed four people last September.
Former blink-182 drummer Barker, 33, and 35-year-old mixmaster DJ AM (born Adam Goldstein) rocked the LAX nightclub at the Luxor Hotel and Casino i…