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HTC One X featuring Beats Audio set to hit AT&T stores

HTC One X smartphone

AT&T will finally be graced with a phone featuring Beats Audio by Dr. Dre. The HTC One X is set to hit store selves within a few months. The phone features a 4.7-inch Super AMOLED 720p high definition display, alongside an 8-megapixel camera and running HTC’s Sense 4 running atop Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The superphone is powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor. The only downside to the AT&T version of the smartphone is that it is a dual-core processor rather than a quad-core. United States buyer will be losing two cores to accommodate for a 4G LTE radio. But hey, we’re not complaining. For those in want of the quad-core model, you can always import one from Europe, we guess.

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Eminem Back in Studio with Dre

Eminem and Dr. Dre

In an interview with a radio program this week, made a point of letting us know he has not forgotten about Dre.

While talking to Angela Yee of “The Morning After,” the rapper revealed that he has reunited with his “My Name Is” collaborator.

"I'm in the studio with Dre now, let's just say that," Eminem teased. "Pretty soon he's going to make a beat and I might rap on it.”

No other details on what the two might be working on were revealed. Could this have anything to do with ’s long-awaited Detox release? "Other than that I can neither confirm nor deny,” Eminem said.

Read More | The Hollywood Reporter

VIDEO: Justin Timberlake, Jimmy Fallon Collaborate on Rap Medley


Although we normally see Justin Timberlake doing musical collaborations with Andy Samberg, that doesn’t mean he can’t pair up with other SNL vets.

On yesterday’s broadcast of , Timberlake and Fallon—with assistance from house band The Roots—celebrated ‘A History of Rap’ with an impressive medley. (Artists highlighted in the performance include Jay-Z, The Sugarhill Gang, Beastie Boys, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Missy Elliott, Digital Underground and Kanye West.)

Seriously—is there anything Timberlake can’t do?

Read More | Today Show

Eminem Offends Again in ‘We Made You’ Video

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Videos, Hip-Hop & Rap,

Celebrities watch out. is back from his leave of absence and ready to pick up where he left off.

In his new video for “We Made You,” the rapper takes on nearly every tabloid target of the past year. (Jessica Simpson, Kim Kardashian, Sarah Palin, Lindsay Lohan, and Amy Winehouse are just a few of the “lucky” ones.)

But Marshall Mathers doesn’t only touch on the females of Hollywood. With the help of Dr. Dre, he also incorporates Star Trek, Transformers, Rain Man, Bret Michaels, John Mayer and Elvis into the clip.

Eminem’s next album, Relapse, will be released on May 19.

Read More | MTV

Eminem Breaks Digital Sales Records

50 Cent, Eminem and Dr. Dre

Kelly Clarkson may have just had the biggest leap on Billboard’s Hot 100, but Eminem is breaking records of his own.

“Crack the Bottle,” Marshall Mather’s collaboration with 50 Cent and Dr. Dre, just scored the most digital downloads during a song’s debut week. The single was purchased 418,000 times, approximately 180,000 times more than Clarkson’s “My Life Would Suck Without You.”

Only Flo Rida’s “Low” (467,000) and Lady GaGa’s “Just Dance” (419,000) have done better than “Bottle.”

“Lose Yourself” was ‘s only other song to reach the top of the Hot 100. That song spent 12 weeks at #1 after its 2002 release.

Read More | Billboard

Dre and Slim Shady Together for a Relapse

EminemEminem and Dr. Dre will be reunited again on Relapse, the album which will mark 's return to the rap scene.

The real Slim Shady recently spilled to Billboard magazine. "Me and Dre are back in the lab like the old days," he explained. "Just him banging away on tracks and me getting that little spark that makes me write to it."

The Dre-Shady partnership has worked very successfully on past albums. According to reports, Dre even suspended work on his own album, Detox, to work on Relapse.

"I don't have chemistry like that with anyone else as far as producers go - not even close," Eminem said of the partnership. "Dre will end up producing the majority of the tracks on Relapse. We are up to our old mischievous ways ... let's just leave it at that."

Read More | MSNBC

Eminem back with Relapse

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Rumors, Videos, Hip-Hop & Rap,


It’s been years since we heard from rap superstar Eminem, but just as quickly as he disappeared from the scene four years ago, talk of his return is taking over at the water cooler of hip hop. His last original album was Encore (iTunes), back in 2004. A year later he released a greatest hits album, Curtain Call, with no new material on it. Then in 2006 he led a project called The Re-Up, but again, his lyrical contributions were sparse. Just when we were about to write off Slim Shady, we got word that he was going to be dropping an album by the end of the year. We figured that was near impossible, so we didn’t report on it. Then, out of nowhere, everywhere we turned we were reading quotes from Eminem himself, saying he has been back in the studio, and is aiming at getting his album, Relapse, out the door before the end of 2008. That means sometime in the next 9 weeks or so.

A taster track, “I’m Having a Relapse”, has already been leaked to the Internet, and is featured in the video above. Do be aware that there is some offensive language in the track. Rumor has it that Dr. Dre is producing most of the album (which likely explains the delay in his album, Detox,) and if that is the case, then we can likely expect a return to the roots of The Slim Shady LP (iTunes) and The Marshall Mathers LP (iTunes), both runaway hits. 50 Cent is also reportedly working with Eminem on the album as well. Hopefully, we’ll find out if Em is truly back again before Christmas.


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