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Veteran rapper donates album royalties to build performance arts center

Before Dr. Dre debuts his new album, Compton: A Soundtrack, later tonight on Apple Music, the legendary producer called into Zane Lowe's Beats 1 Radio show to talk about about the project.

Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre album cover art

Veteran rapper, Dr Dre wants to donate all the royalties from his new album to build a performance center in Compton.

Before Dr. Dre debuts his new album, Compton: A Soundtrack, later tonight on Apple Music, the legendary producer called into Zane Lowe'sBeats 1 Radio show to talk about about the project.

Dre not only talked about the process of the album and the work that was put in, but he revealed that he will be donating all of his royalties to build a new performance arts center in Compton.

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As far as the actual album goes, Dre revealed that he wrote most of it with his two new artistsJustus and King Mez.

He also mentioned that the inspiration for it all came together from going to the set of the Straight Outta Compton, every day.

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