Recent video "Mali Moolah" has already been getting love on both the internet and small screen.
EXCLUSIVE: This Bay Area/Los Angeles transplant didn’t want to deal with rap misogyny. So, for that, you’ll never see her face.
Eating and living healthy all but comes with the territory of being a rap star these days but for Deniro Farrar, he knew a change had to come and this is how it altered his mentality and his music.
Set to release "My Side of Town" sometime in next January and follow up later on, expect great things from the L.A. representer.
If you thought grillz would die out ten years ago, you wasted time thinking while Paul Wall and his longtime business partner TV Johnny got rich off of their custom mouth jewelry. Watch as HipHopDX editor-at-large Shirley Ju gets them to spill the secrets of their ever growing empire.
EXCLUSIVE: Scotty ATL releases his “Daily Bread” mixtape and talks about the finished EP and tour plans he had with Bankroll Fresh before his murder.
Thirty years later, all that stands is a Great American Rap Album.
Without Lil Wayne and Wiz Khalifa, the Chicago rapper says he wouldn't be where he is today.
In an exclusive conversation with HipHopDX Brand Ambassador Justin Hunte, the once power rap mogul relives the alleged falsehoods that put him behind bars, which was centered around some of the biggest names in rap and politics at the time.
East coast rapper hopes to do what's never been done for Asians in Hip Hop.
EXCLUSIVE: Atlanta’s most outspoken music executive also explains why she’ll never disrespect Nicki Minaj while helping push Safaree’s music career forward.
An undeniable trendsetter in rap journalism, Dave Mays has seen his fair share of wins and controversy. As his publication Hip Hop Weekly approaches 10 years on shelves, DX contributor Dana Scott gauges his fellow Bostonian's thoughts on the transitions Hip Hop journalism and award shows have endured over the years and what to expect
It's been twelve years since the West Coast rap pioneer departed from this life. As his former manager speculates on what could have been (a.k.a. the "Tupac Effect"), E-40 clears up any misconceptions of any unresolved beef.
EXCLUSIVE: From rapping to acting and fashion, Pretty Flacko knows his credibility can’t be challenged. The A$AP Mob representer also opens up about his ongoing friendship with Tyler, The Creator and acting on the heels of “The Cozy Tapes: Vol.1 Friends.”
Auckland, New Zealand artist names Drake's "Take Care" as an album that inspired him to push forward with his music career.
EXCLUSIVE: The member of Hip Hop’s most sought-after band and production collective managed to release a mixtape between studio sessions with Frank Ocean and tours with Jay Z and Usher.
Snow Season is returning well before Winter 2016 thanks to Jeezy's upcoming "Trap Or Die 3" album. In this DXclusive, Mr. 17.5 breaks down why he feels all other definitions of trap make a mockery of his culture and why he'll never be too rich to vote Republican.
On his 30th year in the game, Short Dog catches up with DX contributor Dana Scott to give his take on 510 history in the past (Freddy B and those early albums) and current (such as the Raiders leaving for Vegas and anyone who's sitting for the National Anthem). It's an Oakland thang, baby.
It's been a decade since the world got wind of a new Mr. Cheeks record but the leader of the Lost Boyz is back to not only expand his empire in the world of Hip Hop business but to push great emceeing back to the forefront.
If you were to tell OG Maco he was "back from the dead" following this summer's near-fatal car accident, he would brush it off. The QC starting point guard has bigger things to tackle in his opinion, such as reminding everyone that he has plenty of offspring running around rampant in the Hip Hop game.