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OutKast's Big Boi pursuing solo successupdated: Wed Jul 07 2010 18:29:00

Sixteen years ago, Antwan "Big Boi" Patton and his partner-in-rhyme, Andre "3000" Benjamin, single-handedly put Southern hip-hop on the map as the rap group OutKast with the debut of their album, "Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik."

OutKast's Big Boi goes soloupdated: Wed Jul 07 2010 18:29:00

Big Boi talks about his new album "Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty," and why it doesn't include Andre 3000.

Suge Knight is '100 percent innocent,' lawyer saysupdated: Fri May 21 2010 11:49:00

The lawyer for Marion "Suge" Knight insists the rap music mogul did not point a gun at a man Wednesday night in the Los Angeles area.

Rap music mogul Suge Knight arrestedupdated: Thu May 20 2010 16:56:00

Rap music mogul Marion "Suge" Knight was arrested early Thursday on suspicion of pointing a gun at a man, authorities in California said.

People.com: Coroner: Dr. Dre's Son Died From Overdose of Heroin and Morphineupdated: Sun Jan 04 2009 13:37:00

Andre Young Jr. was found unresponsive in his bed in August

People.com: Friends Remember Dr. Dre's Sonupdated: Mon Sep 01 2008 01:05:00

"He was one of the nicest, most down-to-earth guys I have ever met," a former classmate tells PEOPLE

People.com: Toxicology Test Ordered for Dr. Dre's Sonupdated: Thu Aug 28 2008 12:28:00

An autopsy doesn't reveal Andre Young Jr.'s official cause of death

People.com: Dr. Dre's 20-Year-Old Son Found Deadupdated: Wed Aug 27 2008 12:34:00

The hip-hop producer "is mourning the loss of his son," Andre Young Jr., says his rep

Time.com: Rapper Dr. Dre's Son Found Deadupdated: Tue Aug 26 2008 15:00:00

Dr. Dre's 20-year-old son has died, the rapper's publicist said Tuesday

Time.com: Dr. Dre's Headphones: Chronically Goodupdated: Wed Jul 23 2008 23:00:00

Tech writer Josh Quittner reviews Dr. Dre's new Beats headphones that deliver high definition sound and mute the competition

Time.com: Hip-Hop Label Auctioned for $24Mupdated: Mon Jul 14 2008 19:00:00

Death Row Records, the hip-hop label that released seminal gangster rap albums by Tupac Shakur, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, has been auctioned for $24 million

People.com: Hilary Duff Talks About Success, Gossip and Loving Dr. Dreupdated: Fri Jul 06 2007 14:34:00

With an album, a concert tour, movies and merchandise carrying her name, Hilary Duff is one of the busiest 19-year-olds around. Her latest adventure has her creating original designs for a virtual doll community. PEOPLE caught up with Duff to dish on her latest project and find out what it's like to be one of Hollywood's hottest teens.

Fleur de Lilleupdated: Wed Jan 10 2007 13:25:00

Just an hour by train from Paris, the former capital of Flanders marries Gallic traditions with the 21st-century design sensibility of its Low Country neighbors.

Los Angeles: City overviewupdated: Fri Dec 15 2006 06:43:00

A vast, decentralized urban sprawl, Los Angeles challenges conceptions of what a city should be. It's the ultimate monument to America's love affair with the automobile, where even the food is fast -- four wheels good, two legs bad.

Los Angeles: City overviewupdated: Thu Oct 05 2006 05:42:00

A vast, decentralized urban sprawl, Los Angeles challenges conceptions of what a city should be. It's the ultimate monument to America's love affair with the automobile, where even the food is fast -- four wheels good, two legs bad. These days of course the freeway ain't so free. The 16-lane snarl-up is an occupational hazard for L.A. commuters who reputedly total up 99 million miles a day between them. Autopia has become autogeddon, complete with a sub-culture of car chases, car-jackings and drive-by shootings. Built as far west as geography would allow and hemmed in only by the Pacific, LA is a crazy town where manifest destiny has been given free reign, where anyone can turn up and claim to be someone -- if their agent is any good. It's a city of angels and demons, where a thin sheen of plastic surgery perfection barely conceals a seedy underworld of hustlers, dealers and movers on the make. That side of the city has long fascinated crime writers from Raymond Chandler to James Ellroy and, more recently

EW review: Rhymes back with a 'Bang'updated: Wed Jun 14 2006 12:02:00

It's been more than three years since Busta Rhymes' last album, a veritable eternity where rap is concerned. For a while there, it was starting to feel as if Rhymes might wind up like Coolio, a once-vital artist rendered irrelevant by a too-long hiatus.

Review: Dispense street justice in 'Bulletproof'updated: Wed Dec 07 2005 14:20:00

Rapper 50 Cent sure knows how to make the best of a bad situation.

Keane wants to change your lifeupdated: Thu Jun 24 2004 12:22:00

Rock lyrics are not meant for reading. Something about the page -- sans voice and charged delivery -- flattens even the best song and makes it, well, silly.

FSB: The Web According to Darien Dash Building a business that bridges the digital divideupdated: Sun Oct 01 2000 00:01:00

You won't often hear the names of rapper Dr. Dre and the MIT Media Lab's Nicholas Negroponte uttered in the same sentence. Unless, of course, you're talking to 29-year-old Darien Dash. He's equally...

Money Magazine: Stocks Are For Kids At California's Chatsworth High, a student-run investing group has suddenly become the hottest club in schooupdated: Sat Apr 01 2000 00:01:00

When I was 12, my dad gave me 10 shares of IBM. Pointing to the columns of tiny numbers in the business section of the Sacramento Bee, he explained that at $66 a share, the total cash value of my "...

Fortune: THE MARKET COOLS TO RAP MUSICupdated: Mon Jul 10 1995 00:01:00

Word to Senator Bob Dole: get with it, bro. The Republican presidential hopeful recently scored big points bashing rap music and record companies such as Time Warner (parent of Fortune's publisher)...

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