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.
Eric Johnson looks back at his career in Hip Hop photography.
Oakland artists recently released his "Honesty" track with Marc E. Bassy.
What's a milestone achievement to Atmosphere? With 11 studio albums, millions of dedicated fans and backing from a record label that's 20-years engrained in the game, success has been a constant for Slug and Ant. On the heels of their newest release, Kyle Eustice gets the hook, line and sinker on their latest endeavor.
24-year-old Dallas native recently released his mixtape "Lite Work."
It only took one record for Nas to put the Internet on its ass in 2016. As fans salivate with every update on a new project, HipHopDX Managing Editor Trent Clark provides several, including ones for all of his endeavors this year. It's the 14th letter in full effect.
In part one of our DXclusive, the legendary Darryl McDaniels explains why he fell on hard times that propelled his anti-suicide movement and whether or not his iconic rap group created the culture's first classic LP.
Queens up-and-comer calls herself a blend of Sade and James Brown.
Outside of spilling his soul with lyrical anecdotes in the studio, the 24-year-old MC is hoping the rest of the world gets on board with bridging the gap between the community and the people hired to protect it.
21-year-old earned a #15 Billboard spot for his single "Trust Nobody."
Relax and peep a lesson from The God MC.
26-year-old went from engineering for some of the best in music to becoming an artist himself.
The legendary Los Angeles duo also reflect on their legacy while condemning Afrika Bambaataa.
21-year-old is set to drop his EP "Paranoia" soon.
The Atlanta-based MC discusses signing to the popular indie-rap label, early days as an artist, regretting comments made about Nicki Minaj and the importance of Pan African-based education.
Artist calls Killer Mike, Phonte, Ice Cube and Scarface influences.
There's a new female rap presence on the prowl and she's exotic, melodic and has Peter Tosh's blood flowing through her veins.
Never one to be considered anything but humble, Akon goes into immense detail about his mission to give an entire continent the same illumination opportunities as the rest of the world. As well as plugging his next big artist.
Back with yet another music-based television show and the label situation to reflect off that, Jermaine Dupri is as hungry as ever. Learn why he feels he can duplicate the success of his past 20 years while changing the game in the process.