Apple Music is just one day away from debuting to the world, and there’s been a lot of news on exclusives that’ll be premiering along with it.
Not only will Taylor Swift’s 1989 be available on Apple Music, but Dr. Dre’s The Chronic will also be making its streaming debut tomorrow. A source confirmed to Rolling Stone that the G-Funk classic will be on there, so get ready to relive the entire album in a higher quality.
Interestingly enough, Dr. Dre’s The Chronic was not available on Beats Music when it launched in 2014 or other competitors like Spotify and Rhapsody. Rolling Stone reports that Dre won a lawsuit against Death Row Records for the digital rights of the album in 2011. While Dre owns 100 percent of the earnings of all The Chronic digital sales, Death Row retained the rights of the LP on all physical mediums.
With more big artists jumping on board to Apple Music, who knows what the future holds next.
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