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5 secrets of success of hip-hop billionaire Dr. Dre

Updated on May 18, 2016

Dr. Dre - company founder and brand Beats Aftermath Entertainment (maker of the world's leading headset, technology and owns several online music services) - entered the list of world's richest artist in 2015 by Forbes magazine.


Recently, Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine (co-founder of Beats) has awarded $ 70 million to the University of Southern California to train talents in the fields of art, technology and business.


The success of hip-hop billionaire Dr. Dre from 5 following tips:


1. Know your strengths


When recognize learning in school is not his strong point, Dr. Dre was soon cornered work wholeheartedly for the DJ that he especially loved. Thanks to shine in the field, he became a member of the group World Class Wreckin 'Cru - the first step on the road to success of Dr. Dre.


Have to say, the success of Dr. Dre comes from the ability to identify your strengths and correct its development. If you get stuck on a career path, accept a step back to evaluate, find out the real strengths of the patient and determine the right direction to continue the journey.


2. The offer talent


Dre working in collaboration with the top talent in the field of music, from Mary J. Blige to 2Pac and Snoop Dogg. He also stands out for Eminem's album release and gave the names of the rapper into superstardom. Have to say, the success of Dr. Dre does not have to come from the skills and expertise that is personal from the combination with many other talents.


3. Do not faltered despite being skeptical


Please keep this in mind when building a workgroup or business development: The power and influence of successful leaders is only equivalent to those they manage talent.


Have to say, the "hip-hop culture" fostered and promoted entrepreneurship and enrichment of Dr. Dre.


In the early years of this genre public debut, the record labels were skeptical and worried that the music products will hardly be consumed in Central America. But hip-hop artists have not faltered. They not only continue to promote his music but also established its own record labels must, at all costs bring hip-hop to the masses.


Born and raised in the "cradle" of hip-hop, Dr. Dre learned how to succeed by creating opportunities for their self and always move forward, despite having encountered many obstacles and how to be skeptical.


4. Grasp sure what belongs to him


One of the first steps and also the most successful steps of Dr. Dre is knowing how to combine art and business. He always made money from the production of music products, including the cult debut album by rapper Snoop Dogg's Doggystyle.


While many artists have difficulty in negotiating issues with our partners, can not lead to the successful launch of their products then Dr. Dre has always guaranteed income "crisis" as a producer.


And the secret of success of Dr. Dre is: never build a relationship partner without scrutiny and protection of their rights.


5. Know how to build a brand


Dre and Jimmy Iovine for Beats brand launched by Dre in 2008, then, two people continue to stream music establishment Beats Music service. And the whole company Beats Audio was acquired by Apple for $ 3.2 billion price - one of the largest deals the music industry.


One secret of success again from Dr. Dre is: Never underestimate the importance of brand identity! This success comes from acumen in building brand Dr. Dre. Beats by Dre Because not only a normal headphones but they have incredibly beautiful designs. He and Iovine also take advantage of the favorite of celebrities like singer Will.i.am, basketball star LeBron James ... and many relationships in our entertainment world to contribute to promoting trade add cult brand headphones.

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