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Dr. Dre Net Worth: How Rich is this American Rapper Actually

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Dr. Dre, whose real name is André Romelle Young, is a true godfather of the Hollywood hip hop industry that is well regarded worldwide. He is a rapper and a producer who has contributed a great deal to the music industry by establishing many milestones that have had an enormous impact on the music industry’s current state of affairs. Dre is also known as Andre Romelle Young, who started his career as a member of an electro group, namely World Class Wreckin Cru. Dr. Dre net worth is estimate at $800 million

Dr. Dre Bio:

Name Andre Romelle Young
Nick NameDr. Dre
Date of BirthFebruary 18, 1965
Age (2022)57 years
Birth PlaceCompton
Zodiac SignAquarius
HometownCompton, California
ReligionChildren
NationalityAmerican

Dr. Dre Family & Personal Life:

Marital Status
Marriage DateMay 1996
WifeNicole Young
Nicole Young
Girlfriend Cassandra Joy Greene
 Cassandra Joy Greene
 Clara Moroni
 Clara Moroni
Jenita Porter
Jenita Porter
Michel’le
Michel'le
FatherTheodore Young
Theodore Young
MotherVerna Young
Verna Young
BrothersWarren G
Warren G
Tyree Crayon

Tyree Crayon
Jerome Crayon
SistersShameka Crayon
Shameka Crayon
DaughterLa Tanya Danielle Young
La Tanya Danielle Young
Truly Young

Truly Young
Tyra Young

Tyra Young
SonMarcel Young
Marcel Young
Andre Young Jr
Andre Young Jr
Truice Young
Truice Young
Curtis Young
Curtis Young

Dr. Dre was born February 18, 1965, in Compton, California, to Theodore and Verna Young. His middle name comes from the Rolls, his father’s amateur R&B group. In 1964, his parents got married, got separated in 1968, and got divorced in 1972. He later remarried and had three kids: Jerome, Tyree (both deceased), and Shameka. When Dre was in seventh grade, he went to Vanguard Junior High School in Compton, but since gang violence was rampant, he changed to Roosevelt Junior High School in a safer suburban area. His Families moved around often and lived in Compton, Carson, Long Beach, Watts, and South Central Los Angeles. Dre grew up in Compton, mostly with his grandmother in the New Wilmington Arms housing project. In a childhood, Dre’s mom married Warren Griffin, which gave him three stepsisters and one stepbrother; the latter would eventually rap under Warren G. Dr. Dre is also the cousin of producer Sir Jinx.

He went to Centennial High School in Compton when he was a freshman, but Dre transferred to Fremont High School in South Central Los Angeles for bad grades. He tried to sign up for an apprenticeship program at Northrop Aviation Company, but his school grades wouldn’t allow him to. After that, he concentrated on his social life and entertainment for the remainder of his high school years. He missed many schools, which affected his position as a diver on the school’s swim team. After a brief visit to a broadcasting school, he thought it would be better to join a sports team instead. His first assignment was at a radio broadcasting school. He moved to his father’s and grandparents’ households before returning to his mom’s house. It wasn’t long before Dr. Dre dropped out of Chester to concentrate on Eve’s After Dark. Which added three stepsisters and one stepbrother to the family; the latter would eventually begin rapping under Warner G.

Dre is also related to producer Sir Jinx. Dre became a dad for the first time in high school. When Curtis was 20 years old, he met his first son. His other high school relationship gave him a daughter named La Tonya. Michelle from the World Class Wreckin’ Cru was a lover of Dr. Dre, and they had a son named Marcel together. Another son, Andre R. Young, Jr., was born with Jenita Porter in the late 1980s. The son committed suicide in 2008 from a drug overdose. He married Nicole Threatt in 1996. They’ve got two kids together, a son named Truth and a daughter named Truly. Family members like Dr. Dre aren’t the only ones who perform. Warren G, his stepbrother, had a lot of hits in the 90s. Curtis is an aspiring rapper who goes by the name “Hood Surgeon.” At the City of Hope Gala on October 11, 2018, Dr. Dre and Nicole Young stroll the red carpet. His ex-wife Young gets $300,000 a month in spousal support out of his estate. Photos by Tibrina Hobson for WireImage.

Dr. Dre Education:

QualificationUnknown
SchoolCentennial High School
CollegeCentennial High School
UniversityUniversity of Alabama at Birmingham

Dr. Dre Physical Stats:

HeightIn Centimeters: 185 cm
In Meters: 1.85 m
In Feet & Inches: 6’1″
WeightIn Kilograms: 108 kg 
In Pounds: 238 lbs
Waist Size33 inches
Chest Size30 inches
Eyes ColorBrown
Hair ColorBlack

Dr. Dre Career:

ProfessionActor, Rapper, Film producer
DebutThe Chronic, introduced the “G-Funk” production style in 1992
The Chronic, introduced the “G-Funk” production style in 1992
Salary$50 Million +
Net Worth$800 million

At clubs and parties in L.A. (Los Angeles) south-central district, he was a deejay and a member of the group World Class Wreckin’ Cru. He founded N.W.A (Niggaz Wit Attitudes) in 1986 with fellow rappers Jay-Z and Ice Cube. With Straight Outta Compton (1988), the group broke through for the nascent gangsta rap movement, describing violence and drug dealing explicitly (and often glorifying it). Dre often featured as a rapper in N.W.A., but his most admirable role was as a producer, creating ambitiously noisy, multilayered sonic collages to support the group’s inflammatory lyrics. He left N.W.An in 1992, and cofounded Death Row Records with Marion (“Suge”) Knight. His solo debut, The Chronic, introduced the “G-funk” production style, characterized by plodding tempos, synth washes, and plenty of samples from 1970s funk records, especially Parliament-Funkadelic.

Dr. Dre won his first Grammy for his song “Let Me Ride,” which was released as a single after the album’s release and won best rap solo performance in 1994. In the mid-1990s, this sound became dominant in mainstream hip-hop thanks to The Chronic’s multiplatinum success. Dre left Death Row to start Aftermath Records in 1996. Then he released a second solo album, 2001 (1999), which included the Grammy-winning hit “Forgot About Dre.” The title change was confirmed by Aftermath Entertainment’s in-house producer Dawaun Parker in an interview with Shots Fired. Furthermore, Parker wouldn’t reveal the title because it hadn’t been leaked. He also told Shots Fired that as many as 300 beats have been made, but only a few have vocals on them. At that time, he had also earned respect for his work as a producer for other artists, including rappers Snoop Dogg and Eminem. Dr.

Dre won the Grammy award for being the best producer of the year in 2000, mainly for his work on Eminem’s Grammy-winning album The Marshall Mathers LP. He’d go on to win two more Grammys in 2009 for his work with Eminem. Dr. Dre started working on a follow-up to 2001 in the early 21st century. After a long gestation, however, the album (which would be called Detox) got scrapped. During that time, he collaborated with performers like Mary J. Blige, Jay-Z, and 50 Cent. Dr. Dre finally released the third album in 2015 titled Compton, which was based on the N.W.A film Straight Outta Compton (2015). In 2016, Dr. Dre was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to contribute to the band. 

Dr. Dre Favorites Things:

HobbiesUnknown
Favorite ActorUnknown
Favorite ActressUnknown
Favorite FoodPizza
Favorite DestinationUnknown
Favorite ColorBlack

Dr. Dre Social Media:

FacebookFacebook
InstagramInstagram
TwitterTwitter
YouTubeYouTube
TikTokTikTok

Dr. Dre Net Worth:

Dr. Dre has been one of the successful entertainers in the last 30 years. He’s earned hundreds of millions of dollars through his music career and a lot more through his entrepreneurial endeavors. He’s the 3rd richest rapper globally based on his net worth in 2022, which is $800 million.

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