Music mogul Dr. Dre‘s daughter recently took fans way back into the day. Truly Young brought new meaning to vintage with a throwback pic of her parents and Eminem.

Truly Throwback

Young went to her Instagram page to share the must-see moment. The flashback shot features Em getting kissed along with Dre sitting next to Truly’s mom.

“How cute is my mom 🥺” -Truly Young’s Instagram

Birthday Vibes

In February 2020, Dr. Dre called into radio personality Big Boy‘s show to dish on birthday celebration plans.

“I was in the studio last night – I decided to just keep it low-key this time – I’m going to have a few friends over and my wife is going to do a crab boil for me. I love crab. We’re just going to kick it, kick it in my backyard.” (Real 92.3)

Wait, There’s More

The same week, rap star Eminem hit up his social media pages to encourage followers to wish Dre a happy birthday.

“So everybody just follow me… and wish @drdre a happy birthday!” -Eminem’s Twitter

Before You Go

In December 2019, Dre landed at the top of financial publication Forbes’ annual highest-paid musicians list.

Dr. Dre ($950 million) The superproducer released one album this decade and barely toured, but had music’s top business achievement: Apple’s $3B buyout of Beats. Taylor Swift ($825 million) Beyoncé ($685 million) Queen Bey began the decade newly graduated from Destiny’s Child, quickly establishing her business bona fides in the studio and on the road. U2 ($675 million) Diddy ($605 million) He’s had more name changes than anyone on the list, but his earnings remained strong thanks mostly to his Ciroc vodka pact with Diageo. (Forbes)

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