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Malibu, CA –

Dr. Dre has moved out of his multi-million dollar mansion located in Malibu.

According to the New York Post The legendary producer is trying for a buyer to buy his California beachfront home that has been his property for more than 20 years.

The sprawling mansion has seven bathrooms, six bedrooms and was owned by Dre since 2000, when he purchased the house for $4.8 million.

This Pacific Coast Highway property has been increasing in value since its purchase and is currently available to be sold through Westside Estate Agency’s Kurt Rappaport for $20 million.

Nicole Young, the mogul’s ex-wife, lived in the house through their lengthy and complicated divorce last year that led to an “Still D.R.E.” creator spending more than $100 million in part to ensure Dre could keep their real estate assets.

The hotel has been described as “exuding total luxury and sophistication” which includes stunning panoramas of the sea, thanks to glass walls that are awe-inspiring. The property also has a “spa-like bath,” sauna gym, and a complete recording studio are only among the extravagant facilities available.

Dr. Dre’s latest real estate venture comes after his has inducted his close buddy Eminem in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

“Over 20 years ago, Jimmy Iovine, who is also one of tonight’s inductees and one of my best friends, played a demo tape for me from a guy who called himself Eminem,” Dre declared at the time of the ceremony this week. “The first thing I said when I heard it was, ‘What the fuck did he just say?’ I loved it so much that I couldn’t stop listening to it.”

The duo then joined the stage to sing the hits in a variety of styles such as “My Name Is,” “Stan” and “Rap God.” Eminem also performed Steven Tyler to deliver a live version of the Aerosmith song that’s featured in “Sing For The Moment.”

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Dr. Dre’s not alone in rap aficionados who has been stepping up his real estate skills recently. Future recently paid $16.3 million for an extravagant mansion located on Allison Island in Miami Beach.

The property, which is almost 9,000 square feet, boasts 7 bedrooms, with water views as well as lavish features like an exclusive balcony that runs the whole length of the property as well as a wet bar, wine fridge, spa, and even a parking spot for a boat.