Dr. Dre, Jimmy Iovine, Kanye West, Cassie & Diddy were some of the attendees at the the Culo by Mazzucco book and art exhibition launch at The Darby in New York City last night. Global Grind had a chance to interview Dr. Dre where they discussed his Beats Electronics aspirations, Culo by Mazzucco book and his current projects. The Doctor says his focus is now on Kendrick Lamar and Slim The Mobster.

What do you have going on outside of electronics? Musically, do you have anything going on?

Absolutely. I am never going to give music up. Music is like air to me, [music] is like oxygen, so I am always doing that. As soon as I get back to Los Angeles, I am back in the studio doing my thing. I have a couple of new artists that I am excited about, Kendrick Lamar and Slim The Mobster. These are the next two artists, and these are probably my final two artists that I am going to be working with at least for the next couple of years. I am going to devote all my attention to them and make sure their sh*t comes out the way it should be. I am just having fun with life right now!

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3 Responses to “Dr. Dre Talks Working With Kendrick Lamar & Slim The Mobster”

  1. Blogstodiefor.com 11. Oct, 2011 at 11:39 pm #

    Ok..I think it’s official, Detox probably isn’t coming out anytime soon. I can’t tell if he’s working with Kendrick Lamar on new music for the album, or just tossing stuff around. I find it interesting he really hasn’t discussed Detox in a few months, besides the release of the first video with Eminem and Skylar Grey. What’s the real hold up, Doc?


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