HipHopDX attends the first annual Goldie Awards starring A-Trak, Just Blaze, Mannie Fresh, Desus and more.
HipHopDX churns out the official Vic Mensa The Manuscript EP review.
After topping the Billboard 200, HipHopDX rolls through with the official Logic Everybody album review.
HipHopDX pens Chance The Rapper's brother, Taylor Bennett Restoration Of An American Idol album review.
HipHopDX gives high marks for the official JonWayne Rap Album Two review.
A personal account on how A Tribe Called Quest's music helped expand a younger generation writer's musical palette.
HipHopDX pens the official Trapo Shade Trees album review, the Madison Wisconsin MC's latest.
HipHopDX pens the official Saba Bucket List Project album review, the Chicago rapper's breakthrough project.
For his second album release of the year 2016, HipHopDX rolls out the official Lushlife No Dead Languages album review.
HipHopDX bangs out the official Mello Music Group release, Skyzoo & Apollo Brown The Easy Truth album review.
HipHopDX gets an early listen of Common's upcoming 11th "Black America Again" during the SoHo listening session.
HipHopDX rolls out the official Mick Jenkins The Healing Component album review.
Pete Rock, Stance and Jason Markk combine forces for the fledging companies' flagship store in New York City.
HipHopDX writes the official Oddisee The Odd Tape album review.
HipHopDX outlines how barring some sort of historic reach for the title, Chance the Rapper snatches the 2016 MVP award.
HipHopDX celebrates the musicianship of a producer's full-length project via the official Kaytranada 99.9% album review.
HipHopDX rolls out the official posthumous critique of the J Dilla The Diary review.
Toronto's newest up-and-coming artist has his EP broken down in the official Lais 114 review.
The official HXLT album review outlines all the downfalls of the G.O.O.D. Music star's self-titled debut.
Statik Selektah and Crooked I a.k.a. KXNG Crooked's new album is evaluated in the Statik KXNG review.
Migos sticks to their recipe of dab references, trap beats and cocky rhymes on their latest mixtape, appeasing longtime fans but doing little to win new listeners.