Now that Puff Daddy & The Family have proved all things are possible when it comes to reconciliation, we're eyeing a few other storied rap collectives who are a couple of phone calls from hitting the road for big paydays.
The leader of The Nation Of Islam sat down with DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God.
Hovito blessed one of this year’s biggest smashes and HipHopDX is here to give their thoughts.
Social media also celebrates the birthday of Notorious B.I.G.
YG is sighted with TDE engineer in the studio, and DJ Khaled thinks he has the exclusive on Wale’s new music.
Tyga, SwizZz and Willie D drop diss records of various quality.
Diddy announces Bad Boy Reunion tour while Faith Evans and Lil Kim put aside their decades long feud.
...that doesn’t make him the best rapper out. Allow me to explain.
Killa Cam not only drops his Top 5 albums of all time, he offers info on the A-Trak collab, and advice on how to pick up a lady while on a frozen yogurt date.
With the lines between rap and race already angel hair pasta thin as it his, HipHopDX takes one black writer and one white writer and allows them to have an open discussion about the boundaries on the matter.
Just imagine what the fanfare will be for DS3.
Right now, The Teacha is failing us.
Chance details Coloring Book and teases collabs with J. Cole, Vic Mensa and Childish Gambino.
Is this a winning combination or novelty track?
Drake's SNL appearance and Kodak Black gets the meme treatment on social media.
French Montana previews a collab with Drake, and Bow Wow’s role in CBS’ CSI: Cyber ends as the show gets cancelled.
The verdict is still out whether or not Drake can make a classic on a project labeled as an album. Is his career on the decline or is his forte in delivering monster singles? Take a look as we see how his discography stacks up.
Meek Mill hints at a collab with Nicki Minaj and Lil Uzi Vert, and Kid Cudi announces the name of his new album.
Battle of the Beats: "The Silent Partner" way.
Desiigner's hit has been turned into a banjo-led acoustic track, an ode to Chinese food, an anti-Hillary Clinton political satire and more.
Talk about throwing the shovel in the ditch after you bury a person.
The poppin' hashtag is dedicated to all the struggle rappers who won’t let it go.
The L-Boogie train hasn't been known for timeliness for the better part of two decades. Should a fan's right to bitch and moan be revoked at this point?
Here are the key moments from the hour-long interview with Nardwuar.