Most importantly, it’s a sincere mark of the growth that has happened to the Michigan rapper since his Red Pill days.
New Holiday styles for Hip Hop heads.
Hav and Alc's latest serves as a satisfying flashback to a breed of New York City rap which fans have been lusting after for years.
A Triple-A effort for a Cali native with Major League aspirations.
The Atlanta upstart can't lay claim to the crown just yet but she still packs a royal delivery.
Detroit's heiress of cool skips the gimmicks but also forgets to bring the hits.
The Jedi Mind Tricks emcee also confirms that he's working with Lord Finesse, Madlib and Oh No on his upcoming solo album.
Immortal Technique, Pack FM, Poison Pen and others recall the life and influence of Robert Alan “PH” Diaz, also known as Pumpkinhead.
In a HipHopDX exclusive, the A Tribe Called Quest member discusses his newest event series which is affiliated with his "Eats, Rhymes & Life."
Exclusive: Royce Da 5'9, and DJ Premier explain why they chose Adrian Younge samples, and discusses "PRhyme's" authenticity.
Exclusive: We caught T.I. just before his on stage interview with Elliot Wilson, and the Hustle Gang chief revealed his growth as a man, and his "Paperwork" ambitions.
HipHopDX attended Elliott Wilson's CRWN series interview with Hustle Gang chief T.I. Here are five things to check for when the full episode drops.
With less falsetto and lower intensity, PARTYNEXTDOOR's style maintains similarities to both Drake and The Weeknd, yet he remains different.
Saigon seems to sound most comfortable when he's pointing out the music industry's shortcomings or telling stories of life on the block.
Freeway sounds most comfortable when the beat and the topic at hand run parallel to the natural aggressiveness that his voice commands.
Exclusive: With their first collaborative full-length in stores this week, REKS explains the deep bond with he and Statik Selektah.
Exclusive: The Miami emcee says that a sophomore Triple C's album is ready when to release whenever, and how he hand-picked all the female staff for his forthcoming Apples & Onions escort service.
"Meth" is another album that will contribute to the legacy of that quintessentially Houston-area sound.
"Raw Forever" is still worthy of a purchase from the Queensbridge emcee's many fans, but it may not be enough new material to leave them fully satisfied.
Bringing together well-established Hip Hop legends with fresh faces in the scene from coast to coast, The Academy creates some unexpected combinations.
What really sets "2.8” back, though, is the overwhelming presence of the second string emcees and singers that affiliate with Cam'ron and Vado.