The Bay Area ambassador of Hip Hop culture celebrates his latest W with the Gold certification of his hit record, "Choices (Yup)."
When you hold down a consistent job interviewing current and future torchbearers in Hip Hop, you're bound to come away with a few great moments to pass down to your children. This is the interview of a professional interviewer.
Following the three-peat of “The Good Fight,” “Alwasta” and “The Odd Tape,” the rapper/producing multi-talent breaks down his approach to recording and the theme for his next full length album.
The Miami-based emcee just dropped his "420 (Roll Up)" track from his "I Shine" project on DX.
Seattle on the rise.
Jody Highroller is focused on the future. With the "Peach Panther" album and movie on the way, the future looks brighter than ever. But should Hip Hop's biggest troll be taken seriously?
The RushCard catastrophe appears to be coming to a close. What's next for the pioneering Virtual Bank.
Fifteen years after being found guilty for a killing he insists he didn't do, Mac is banking on a petition being dangled in the Louisiana Governor's eyesight. HipHopDX goes in-depth about the past and future of the New Orleans rapper's journey to freedom.
If Tim Burton and Danny Elfman made a movie about a trap house, what would it sound like?
On my momma, he’s still on.
The author of “The FBI War on Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders” says Tupac’s mother laid low out of fear following Tupac’s murder.
26-year-old calls himself a mix of Method Man, D' Angelo and three black baby angels.
Newport News, VA representer is all street and soul.
Moments that inspired sixth studio album “Kindness for Weakness" explained by the lyrically sharp emcee from Queens.
The "Straight Outta Compton" star switches up the seriousness for silliness in Key & Peele's "Keanu."
College Park native just dropped "You Mad" featuring Lil Debbie.
Rapper and producer is putting on for his hometown of Gary, Indiana.
Today, marks the 20th anniversary of Master P's "Ice Cream Man." The Colonel of the No Limit empire checked in with HipHopDX to revisit touring with Tupac, recording amid crackhead background noise and risking having guns in his face, just to sell a tape out of his trunk. Now that's what you call being "Bout It, Bout It."
Oh yeah, he continued his string of acclaimed projects through “Hella Personal Film Festival” alongside producer Paul White.
EXCLUSIVE: Recently dropping his “Finish Line” video, the Warner Brothers signee is on the way to his gold medal.
Both rappers explain being a fan of each other’s music and the wild recording sessions.
Brooklyn native is more about impact than fame.
Prepare for more lead!
The New Jersey native’s story goes all over the place, yet manages to end at teaching young kids rap basics, getting hacked by ISIS and new album.