Justin Ivey

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Justin Ivey is a Baton Rouge-born and based writer for HipHopDX. He has been covering Hip Hop for a decade and won't be stopping anytime soon. He can tell you about every Wu-Tang affiliate named in "Clan In Da Front" and will wax poetic about UGK's discography when necessary.

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#DXCLUSIVE: Shabaam Sahdeeq Teams With J57 For 'Precious Stones' Album

The collaborative LP features Ras Kass, Planet Asia, Casual, El Da Sensei and more.

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Lil Uzi Vert Interpolates Backstreet Boys Hit For New Single 'That Way'

A new generation will be singing "I want it that way."

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Stro Delivers 'Back On Saratoga' Project

Dave East makes the lone guest appearance.

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Smoke DZA Shares 'A Closed Mouth Don't Get Fed' LP

Westside Gunn, T-Pain, Wale, Buddy, Dave East and more make appearances on the Kushed God's latest.

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Planet Asia Teams With 38 Spesh For 'Trust The Chain' Album

A West Coast meets East Coast collaboration.

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Stream The Jacka's Posthumous Album 'Murder Weapon'

UPDATE: Guests include Freddie Gibbs, Cormega, Curren$y, Paul Wall, Styles P, Killah Priest and fellow members of Mob Figaz.

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G Herbo Releases 'PTSD' LP

With assists from Chance The Rapper, Lil Uzi Vert, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, 21 Savage, Lil Durk, the late Juice Wrld and more.

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Lil Baby Drops 'My Turn' Album

UPDATE: Featuring Future, Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo and more.

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Lil Baby Explains Why He Doesn't Have Any Tattoos

He also revealed his ambition to stop making music and transition to an executive role.

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The Lessondary Collective Drops 'POUNDS' Beat Tape

14 tracks of production from Donwill, Von Pea, Jermiside and more.

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Sheck Wes Shares An Alleged Klay Thompson Horror Story

At least it wasn't another Michael Jordan and Chamillionaire situation.

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#DXCLUSIVE: Mr. Green Remixes Big Turks & Rim Da Villin's Collaboration 'Seven'

The original appears on the Big Turks' self-titled debut, which dropped in 2019.

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