Doctur Dot and Johnny Venus share insight on the long road to signing with J. Cole.
In the latest DX Special Report, the man responsible for "Flicka Da Wrist" shares how he took on the responsibility to help his community during the height of the storm.
The man responsible for Beyonce (in more ways than one) tells HipHopDX Editor-In-Chief Trent Clark his Hurricane Harvey experience and how he (and you) can make a difference.
#DXCLUSIVE: The Fugees member runs through some history and talks about his upcoming album, "The Carnival III."
HipHopDX speaks with the UGK legend on how we as a community can all do our parts to save lives following the devastating natural disaster.
Celebrate the upcoming LP by entering DX's contest to win Slum Village and J Dilla merch!
#DXCLUSIVE: The Public Enemy and Prophets of Rage MC explains what's really going on.
#DXCLUSIVE: The former "Pump It Up!" host also talks about her upcoming book, "Music, Myth and Misogyny: Memoirs Of A Female MC."
#DXCLUSIVE: The Connecticut rapper also talks his new album "Wild Strawberries," musical influences and what he wants his legacy to be.
DXclusive: The #DXLive crew catches up with the Roc-A-Fella co-founder.
#DXclusive: Learn more about the team behind the hit single.
#DXclusive: Get to know the Dreamville artist.
HipHopDX Editor-In-Chief Trent Clark puts "Patti Cake$" stars Siddharth Dhananjay, Mamoudou Athie and director Geremy Jasper in the hot seat for tips on how Killa P can "eat" rap legends such as Eminem, Bun B and Kendrick Lamar in a rap battle. Cup cakes and commentary — the responses are epic.
The Grand Hustle executive dishes on the upcoming T.I. and Hustle Gang albums, his recent contributions in the Houston community and being down with McDonald's.
The Brooklyn pen worked alongside actress Danielle MacDonald on the film as a rap coach and gave the #DXLive team a play-by-play.
#DXCLUSIVE: The versatile musician explains what it's like to work with the industry's biggest names.
Illegal file sharing all but destroyed several labels during the height of the epidemic. But the indie label known for its potent chopped and screwed concoctions had quite the opposite experience.
Fresh off the release of his ninth studio album, Twista speaks on the game’s latest landscape, what it’s like collaborating with the city’s young guns, why fame just ain’t what it used to be, and a whole lot more.
EXCLUSIVE: With our youngest interviewee to date, a conversation about A Tribe Called Quest and making music is had.
EXCLUSIVE: The UGK legend talks about his follow-up to 2013's "Trill OG: The Epilogue."