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  • Dr. Dre's Radio Show 'The Pharmacy' to Release Exclusively on Apple Music July 4th

    A few days ago, we reported that Dr. Dre’s 1992 album ‘The Chronic’ would be available to stream on a music platform for the first time, and it would be exclusively for Apple Music upon launch. Now the rapper announced he will be debuting a radio show that runs bi-weekly called ‘The Pharmacy’ and it will launch on Saturday, July 4th as an Apple Music exclusive as well. According to Associated Press, the focus will be on West Coast jams and will be an hour-long beginning at 6pm ET (3pm PT) Saturday night.

    The publication didn’t note though if the radio show would be a Beats1 segment or if it would available through the music streaming service as a standalone station. We assume it will be through Beats1, as all celebrity shows have been through the 24 hours a day 7 days a week radio station. Ever since Apple purchased Beats, it seems like the co-founder has definitely invested quite some time into the company. New updated products have been released on the Beats headphones lineup, then exclusive album rights for Apple, and now this.

    Have you tried out Apple Music yet? What are your thoughts on the new streaming service? Share with us in the section below.

    Source: Associated Press
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      politicalslug -
      I've been playing around with Apple Music, and i'm still confused about this Beats 1 radio. They are making a big deal about a live radio station, but there are literally thousands of live radio stations in the US alone. I've tried listening and there is nothing that interests me, and certainly nothing interesting enough to satisfy everyone with a single radio station. Maybe I'm missing something, and I grew up in the 90s so I actually remember when Dr. Dre was cool, but is there anything else going on here? Additional stations? At this point I'm sticking with Spotify and it's innumerable genre and mood stations, because that actually introduces me to things I like, but haven't heard before.