Dr. Dre is to host a new radio show, titled 'The Pharmacy,' which will debut on Apple's new streaming service, Apple Music, later today (04.07.15).
Dr. Dre is to host a new radio show.
The 'I Need A Doctor' hitmaker is set to have his own show, titled 'The Pharmacy,' which will debut on Apple's new streaming service, Apple Music, later today (04.07.15).
The show - which will last an hour and feature West Coast music - is set to stream every other Saturday.
On another note, the service has a unique digital live radio, which it claims separates it from its competitors, and the likes of Sir Elton John and St. Vincent are already confirmed to be hosting shows of the Beats 1 station.
Meanwhile, Dr. Dre has headed back to the studio, most recently with 'Drop It Like It's Hot' hitmaker Snoop Dog.
Sharing a photograph of the pair, Snoop wrote: ''Guess who bAcc (sic)'', alongside a set of emojis including fireworks, a gun, a microphone and a wad of cash.
Last year, Dr. Dre was named the highest-paid musician of 2014, with earnings of a staggering $620 million.
A large portion of the colossal figure came from the sale of his Beat Electronics company to Apple.
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