The 2000s-era singles saw a resurgence on the charts.
The ‘Good Morning Gorgeous’ album creator takes the jokes in stride.
Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg closed out the Super Bowl Halftime Show with “Still Dre,” which has now officially achieved one billion YouTube views.
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Songs by Snoop, MJB, Em, 50, and Pac also made it back in the Top 10.
Dr. Dre also shared some exciting news about Mary J. Blige, even though he had to apologize for breaking the news without warning!
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Megan Thee Stallion rocked the stage at a star-studded Super Bowl party and watched her Cheetos commercial from the SoFi Stadium on Sunday.
Both emcees are set to perform at the Big Game in Cali.
Watch the new spot featuring the Emmy winner.
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