In part one of his exclusive HipHopDX conversation, the former Funk Volume CEO answered plenty of questions revolving around the end of his label and fallout with Hopsin. In the final part of his interview, he offers up plenty of optimism for the future, which includes Dizzy Wright.
Chicago emcee just premiered his "Long Time" single with DX.
The veteran director has reunited with Denzel Washington for the cap-peeling Western flick, "The Magnificent 7" and it looking forward to continue his talks to spearhead a "Scarface" remake. Also, he knows who Steve McQueen is.
Together with Prefuse 73, the Boston-bred rhymer is part of Fudge and he's doing it all from the comfort of his own design.
EXCLUSIVE: Founder of Hard Tyme Records also explains the one thing that would have prevented the “Hot N*gga” rapper from getting caught up in the first place.
Maybach Music Group's newest mastermind details his rise.
EXCLUSIVE: Don Benjamin explains how today's industry allows for him to work in modeling while continue to pursue his passions of music and basketball.
EXCLUSIVE: New Jersey native recently released new single from upcoming EP titled "Illest Ni**a Ever" featuring Ab-Soul.
Now that Funk Volume is a thing of the past and all the legalities have been dealt with, its former CEO Damien Ritter is last up to give his side of the story on what went wrong and he's clearing the air with HipHopDX's Editor-in-Chief, Trent Clark.
EXCLUSIVE: The iconic man behind the shutter discusses his upcoming Tupac photobook “Uncategorized: Tupac Shakur” set to release November 1 and gives insight into how dangerous shooting rap legends were in his early years.
Creators Gee and E.O. discuss how racial politics led to the weekly event’s popularity and the lyrical shoutouts they’ve received over the past several years from Rae Sremmurd, Ab-Soul, The Game, Ty Dolla $ign and Tyga.
HipHopDX catches up with the Roc Nation signee on the heels of his biggest performance to date. He weighs in on the Lil Yachty Vs. Pete Rock fiasco as well as the intent to meet Jay Z, one day.
28-year-old is making some of the best working-man raps this year.
During the inaugural event, we caught up with A$AP Ferg and buzzing R&B singer Xavier Omar on how their experiences in Miami aligned with the current direction of their music.
EXCLUSIVE: Dorian, Mel and JayHawk are blending Southern Rap sounds with rage-filled punk, and are coming from an area desperate for a breakout star. Looks like Hip Hop has to look no further.
The 29 years-old and I'm from New Haven, CT is inspired by everything from N.E.R.D. and Red Hot Chilli Peppers to Kanye West and Little Brother.
Photographer Eric Johnson captured Hip Hop history.
23-year-old released the buzzworthy single "Space Jam" this year.
Queens native calls himself curry chicken meets collard greens. And, he can spit too.
EXCLUSIVE: The Leimert Park representer has spent two decades grinding as a known unknown in the local music scene. Speaking with DX, the emcee explains exactly how she’s managed to survive as an artist.
The "ULT One" sits with HipHopDX and dishes on his favorite aspects of pop culture.