HipHopDX's Andre Grant analyzes the juxtaposition of white artists such as Justin Timberlake dominating in Black music markets.
Following the icy reception for VIEWS, HipHopDX takes a look at all the Drake albums ranked to see if his music is really on the decline.
HipHopDX rolls out the official Beyonce Lemonade review, one of the best albums of her storied career.
The official Tunji Ige Missed Calls Review, as written by HipHopDX.
The official Royce Da 5'9 Tabernacle: Trust The Shooter review, as presented by HipHopDX.
Rome Fortune Jerome Raheem Fortune review highlights the ambitious Atlanta rapper's new project.
HipHopDX pens the official Kendrick Lamar untitled unmastered. review, a.k.a. "To Pimp a Butterfly" leftovers.
Chris Crack & Vic Spencer Who The Fuck Is Chris Spencer?? review written by HipHopDX.
Chorus lines of “pro-black” music are at an all time high, even at the Super Bowl, though Hip Hop is still largely excluded.
"4-4" isn't the momentum building warm up to "Dreamchasers 4" it should have been.
Adrian Younge molds his finest work to date in "Something About April II."
Macklemore joins a conversation he knows very well, but does he go far enough?
A rotating cast of characters surrounding 50 Cent all had beef this week.
For Yasiin Bey, being a free citizen of the world may be his most important project of all.
Anderson .Paak delivers on the hype with "Malibu."
J. Cole's recent HBO special taught me why the young emcee is so revered.
Jadakiss explains how to make it in the new music industry & The LOX cleaning things up with Puff Daddy.
Jarren possibly wants to sign to No Limit Records, and Ja Rule claps back at a fan.
T.I.P., Big Boi and Killer Mike defends Hip Hop at the Supreme Court.
Kendrick Lamar says he knows he's chosen.
The RZA and Cilvaringz driven, multi-million dollar Wu-Tang album was bought by Martin Shkreli.