A leaked snippet played by a member of the AfterMath's production team featured bars from the legendary Compton producer that were aimed at his ex-wife and references his recent hospital stay.
According to TMZ, Nicole Young filed legal documents asking the court for temporary spousal support from Dre at a whopping $2 million a month. Court docs show that Nicole is petitioning for $1,936,399 monthly in temporary spousal support, including an additional request for $5 million in lawyer fees, despite filing for divorce only two months ago. The documents also note that the amount requested is so she “can continue to enjoy the lifestyle she enjoyed during the marriage,” and requests the spousal support to begin retroactively from Sept. 1.
Dr. Dre’s relationship with albums has been one of ups and down. Some 16 years after Dre’s 2001 debuted, and all hope was lost for Detox, the tech mogul delivered Compton last year.
10 years ago 50 Cent was the hottest Rap talent in the world. Now in 2014; not so much. Today the G-Unit boss has chosen to leave Interscope Records to go independent.
How’s this for shaking things up? Today, multi-platinum recording artist, 50 Cent, announced that he’s parted ways with Interscope records, as well as Aftermath and Shady Records.
Hip-Hop fans have been teased for years by standout rappers claiming to clique up and form a group. The latest rising star to promise such a pairing is Top Dawg Entertainment’s ScHoolboy Q, who suggests he, Danny Brown, A$AP Rocky and fellow TDE foot soldier Ab-Soul might become a supergroup. Is it Christmas already?
Dr. Dre fans have wondered if the long-rumored Detox album will ever see the light of the day, and he hinted at the faint possibility of a release during an interview this morning. Dre called in to Power 106 program Big Boy’s Neighborhood, announcing that co-host Fuzzy Fantabulous will leave the program to assist in a Beats By […]
T.I. is looking to cash in thanks to his solid track record of music. TMZ reports that the King of the South’s contract with longtime recording home, Atlantic Records, is reportedly up, and whichever major label he signs to next is going to have to put up millions for his services. However, Hip-Hop Wired reached out […]
Now this is something you can get moderately excited about, even if Eminem isn’t.
A man was arrested early yesterday (November 1) morning after brandishing a weapon while waiting in line for gas after Hurricane Sandy’s unprecedented rampage throughout New York City and the New Jersey Shore. 35-year-old Sean M. Bailey, apparently frustrated by the damage left in the storm’s aftermath, saw his patience hit a wall as he […]
In honor of Eminem’s 40th (damn, 40th?) birthday, Hip-Hop Wired is taking a look back at the amazing career of one Marshall Mathers. You can go on for days talking about the man’s lyrical accolades, but Shady has also been behind some of the greatest music videos in Hip-Hop history.
Remember Stat Quo? He was a rapper out of Atlanta, full of the promise being signed to Aftermath Records usually entails. Like too many, the honeymoon on Dr. Dre’s label soon ended with Statlana asking for his leave. Wiz Khalifa must recall because Stat Quo, along with another Aftermath refugee called Game, appear on his […]