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Endorsements

The companies that Dr. Dre endorses include Beats By Dre, Chrysler, Coors Light and Dr Pepper.

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Interests

Some of the things that Dr. Dre likes include Quincy Jones.

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Products that Dr. Dre has endorsed

Some of the product types that Dr. Dre has endorsed are: Speakers and Headphones, Soda, Liquor and Beer.

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Charities

The charities that Dr. Dre supports include: (RED), American Red Cross, Dollar Relief Fund and Global Fund.

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Causes

The list of Causes that Dr. Dre supports include AIDS & HIV, Children, Creative Arts and Disaster Relief.

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February 18, 1965
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Dr. Dre Bio

Born in 1965, Dr. Dre (André Romell Young) is a rap artist and producer from Compton, California. Dr. Dre began his career in music writing songs with Ice Cube for Ruthless Records in 1986. Shortly after, Dr. Dre formed the rap group N.W.A. with Ice Cube, Eazy-E MC Ren, and DJ Yella and released the hit album “Staight Outta Compton”. Dr. Dre would leave the group in 1992 to form his own record label Death Row Records, producing a collaborative single “Deep Cover” with Snoop Dogg as well as his first album “The Chronic”. He would go on to discover rap star Eminem in 1999. While the multi-Grammy winning artist would go on to focus more on producing and managing other artists, he would still find time to release his album “Compton” in 2015.

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