Wondaland’s resident “Classic Man” released his major label debut album “The Chief” today and speaks with DX about everything from The Women’s March to his recently released single “The Let Out” featuring Quavo.
EXCLUSIVE: In two of his DX sitdown, the Cash Money legend also reveals a funny story about the first time he met Dr. Dre.
Fans want the "Cash Money taking over for the '99" days back but for obvious reasons, the back to the future mission is on hold. Superproducer Mannie Fresh is trying to change all that however.
DXclusive: From one Brooklynite to another, a serious conversation is had.
Representing South Florida, he's about relating local issues globally with "The Local Cafe" project.
HipHopDX sits down with the legendary rap star on the heels of his newest campaign that is both fresh and familiar.
The LA/Portland connection is bringing out some dope music.
EXCLUSIVE: The Bay Area native formally known as Oh Blimey is doing things her way and has created a platform not only for herself, but for other female artists.
The never ending generational rap gap conversation continues but according to Troy Jamerson, it doesn't have to. After all, he's one of the most respected lyricists of all time. What does he know?
Atlantic Records signee is already being championed by Ma$e himself.
EXCLUSIVE: The Chicago native is cashing in by unapologetically blending Hip Hop, EDM and pop, and has gotten more than 100 television and film placements for his songs.
EXCLUSIVE: Nearly four years since dropping her “Illustrated” album, the MC/songwriter has grown more assured creatively and has some serious music to back it up with the upcoming “Heirloom” project featuring the SiR assisted “Almost There.”
Loso and Kiss have a perfectly good explanation as to why their long-awaited projected isn't wreaking havoc across the rap game. In the meantime, it's all about balance — New Balance that is.
Emcee represents Washington DC's Capitol Heights and recently dropped a Christmas mixtape.
Upcoming "Perfectly, Tragically, Flawed" project will be executive produced by Just Blaze.
Expect great things from this South Central based emcee.
The year 2016 will go down as the year of the Jay Pharoah liberation. It also marks the first time he came to grips that Lil Yachty was a thing.
Kanye West, Jay Electronica, Diddy are called inspirations by the rapper representing the West Side.
And you thought the reaction to this year's Freshmen List was bad.
"Shade Trees" is one of the most slept-on projects of 2016 but its organic growth just means a brighter future for the Wisconsin rapper.