Dr. Dre has been a pioneer in the music business since he founded Hip-Hop. He has invited the finest musicians from the industry to his party to commemorate a significant milestone.
The Chronic, a thirty-year-old album by Dr. Dre, has gone all out to recreate the roller rink rage from the time when it first appeared. Famous personalities such as Usher, Chris Brown, Floyd Mayweather, and others have also been present at the event.
TMZ Hip Hop obtained a video from an A-lister-sponsored event in Hollywood. After Dr. Dre organized it, Usher agreed to host a tour of the famous Flipper's Roller Boogie Palace. Later, the singer displayed his special glow-in-the-dark skates.
Floyd Mayweather joined in and showed how his fancy boxing footwork translates to wheels. Chris Brown, DaniLeigh, Mike Epps, Jermaine Dupri, Teyana Taylor, and others sat on the stage and laughed. However, Dre spoke with Interscope and Power 106 executives rather than skating.
DJ Battlecat and Bryan-Michael Cox coordinated the turn tables and made sure everyone had a great time. They mixed 'Chronic' music in their overall sets to suit the occasion better. "Let Me Ride" and "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang" also played on the monitors during the party.
Coi Leray, Lil Tjay, Fivio Foreign, Jim Jones, MGK, Megan Fox, Jason Lee, and Drumma Boy were among the guests who smiled and shared their stories.
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