A well-known Tez2 insider reports that Andre Romell Young, also known as Dr. Dre may be part of a new event for GTA Online, which may be related to music. Previously Dr. Dre has appeared in GTA Online before. He played the role of a cameo in the story mission "The Robbery of Cayo Perico". At the moment, Rockstar Games has not yet reacted in any way to such a statement.
According to Tez2, the next update may be called Fixers. Among the innovations, there may be contracts for auto repair shops and other interesting activities in the online mode of GTA V. Based on the appearance of the Dr. Dre and other rumors, the update should bring some musical innovations.
Recall that one of the latest updates was Los Santos Tuners, which was related to cars. Rockstar Games announced that this DLC was the most successful in the history of GTA Online.
Who is Dr. Dre, that Rockstar Games is rumored to be bringing him in for a new collaboration in GTA Online? Andre Romell Young is one of the most famous American hip-hop artists and producers. Throughout the history of the rap industry, Dr. Dre is one of the most successful beatmakers. He was also one of the founders of the West Coast hip-hop style G-Funk. He has worked on producing legendary artists such as 2Pac, 50 Cent, Xzibit, Snoop Dogg, Eminem and others. Many albums with his help became multi-platinum, which means distribution of more than several million copies. In 2006 Dr. Dre founded Beats by Dr. Dre, which specializes in the production of musical equipment and in particular the famous headphones.
Eminent musicians have made numerous appearances in GTA Online. For example, DJs such as Mladen 'Solomun' Solomun, Tale of Us (Carmine Conte and Matteo Milleri), Stiffen 'Dixon' Berkhan, Maria 'The Blessed Madonna' Stemper, Keinemusik (Adam Port, Andre Boadu and Gregor Satterlin) and others. Rockstar Games does not stop and continues to replenish the music library with various artists, simultaneously interfering with the lore of the game, making their cameo appearance in GTA Online.