Dr. Dre Highest-Paid Musician Of 2012

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Dr. Dre Highest-Paid Musician Of 2012

According to Forbes magazine, longtime hip-hop artist and producer Dr. Dre was the highest-paid musician of 2012 with earnings of $100 million, which stemmed largely from his successful Beats by Dre headphones business. What do you think?

  • “Wow! The Beats by Dre guy is a musician, too?”

    Dinah Adler
    Switchyard Worker
  • “He should write a song about how much money he has.”

    Brian Teller
    Substation Operator
  • “Those headphones are a total scam. Did you know you have to buy your own music if you want to listen to anything on them?”

    Gustavo Vanzo
    Amusement Park Owner