Rapper, producer and CEO of Aftermath Entertainment and Beats Electronics, Dr. Dre, gives a lesson for upcoming producers and anyone in search of their destiny. His advice is as real as it gets, and he gives a strong glimpse into the mindset of one of Hip Hop's most successful. Its very clear that Dr. Dre is more passionate about making music then he is about money, and like he claims "the money's gonna come". His talent and his longevity are a direct result of his love for making music.
"You have to make sure that this thing is for you and its who you are and your built for this. And then you have to give the passion that's necessary, you know? Like I said, I don't do it for the money, the money's gonna come. I do it because of the love that I have for it, you know what I'm saying? If I was a plumber or something like that, I would still make hip hop records." - Dr. Dre
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