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Dr. Dre accepts Grammy’s Global Impact Award at BMCHonors




Last night Dr. Dre was honored with Global Impact Award at BMCHonors by the recording academy, Grammys.

The night’s liveliest performance was by Snoop Dogg, Kurupt and Ty Dolla $ign, who all honored Dr. Dre. The trio performed “Ain’t No Fun (If the Homies Can’t Have None),”  song which is produced by Dre.

During his acceptance speech, Dre said: “My musical journey started with me wanting to find something that I could be good at simply so I could earn enough money to buy a decent pair of shoes just to be able to wear to school. I was in junior high school the first time I had ever heard hip-hop for the first time. I heard mixing and scratching, and I couldn’t get enough of that sound. And once I got my hands on the turntables, I knew I had found my wings and I was determined to learn how to fly.”

Then he continued: “I fell in love with the idea of manipulating sound and taking those different sounds and putting them together like a puzzle to make a song. I studied engineering for years and years and years, and from there I realized that I could take or hear a snippet of a sound and use that to create something entirely new. And then boom — I became a producer.”

Grammy shared the news on Twitter with the caption: “Dr. Dre accepts the Dr. Dre Global Impact Award at #BMCHonors. The 7-time GRAMMY Award-winning artist, producer, founder, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and CEO of Aftermath Entertainment and Beats Electronics has made a universal impact on the music world.”

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