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.
Representing that IE.
EXCLUSIVE: The Black Eyed Peas member and Hip Hop Caucus’ Rev. Yearwood discuss Hip Hop’s involvement in the pushback against the North Dakota Access Pipeline.
Exclusive: We also talked to the Boss Dogg himself.
With the tremendous growth shown on Chance The Rapper's glowing "Coloring Book" and his own recently released "Bucket List Project," it's only a matter of time before the masses cite Saba's name in the continued storyline of Chicago rap greatness.
27-year-old found inspiration in everyone from Tupac to Lil Bow Wow.
EXCLUSIVE: The actor and rapper has had the reservation scene on lock for the past two decades without much notice. He spoke with DX about his successful indie grind, why Hip Hop lacks prominent Native artists, and the controversial North Dakota Access Pipeline.
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.