Why The Headphone Business Is So Lucrative For Dre and Company

- By Bossip Staff

It’s atypical that anyone in the music industry could stay relevant for three decades having only released two official solo studio albums—but yet, Dr. Dre has seemed to do exactly that, ironically, while sometimes staying behind the scenes. Though he’s been busy over the years launching the careers of superstars Eminem and 50 Cent, and producing hit tracks for various artists, beat making isn’t the only stream of income that keeps him making deposits at the bank. Unlike other big names in hip-hop who have dabbled in business ventures involving clothes, shoes and sneakers, alcohol and perfume, Dr. Dre has scored big simply due to a set of headphones.

Read the rest of this article to learn more about the business deal of Beats By Dr. Dre and other celebrity backed lines at The Atlanta Post

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  • I Am Legend ( Allergic To Darkies)

    He is hands down the best producer

  • Iyan

    I’ve been trying to covet these headphones forever, it seems. I love my music, and so does Dre, so I wouldn’t be surprised if they are the best. BEATS! By Dr. Dre, no need to say no more.

  • artdude01

    Easy answer – because the headphones are worth about $40, while the other $110 a set goes to Dre and company.

    You can demo these headphones in BestBuy, they are far from the best, but they are decent.

  • Honut Sinti

    That is what I was going to ask. Has anyone tried the headphones? Do they have good high definition sound: highs, mids, lows?

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