Fredro Starr explains old beef, Mike Posner and Big Sean take clich
Juicy J and Slim Thug get Chris Brown widdit, Kid Cudi gets artistic, while Lupe weighs in on Team Edward vs. Team Jacob. Immortal Technique gets amazing support from fan.
Death Row, Ed Lover and Frat Rap provide a blast from the past, a German swallows 50 and will.i.am shows Puff how to properly incorporate "Angels" in a video.
Slaughterhouse keeps it simple, Wyclef slashes his video budget, Jimmy Fallon showcases the old and new versions of Brooklyn and Trinity pays tribute to the late, great Roc Raida.
U-God goes from role player to breakout sensation, the Clipse's vision is questioned, DPG goes low-budget and LMFAO makes Beta ask, "WTF?" in this weeks edition of Reel to Reel.
The Pop with a capital P edition has new videos from Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga & Beyonce, Rihanna, and Shakira and Wayne.
BlakRoc lives up to their name, Rick Ross gets his Mo Vaughn on, and the Goodie Mob reunion takes center stage.
Grand Hustle reinvents the video, Lil Jon gets DDR, Shyne speaks, and Bone Thugs shows their accapella harmony.
Onyx introduces their Rock sound, Eminem messes with the FCC, Flo Rida gets a hand from Adult Friend Finder.
Kanye West makes art, 50 Cent makes aggressive content, Diddy gets corporate punk'd by Ma$e, and Kardinal goes club.
50 Cent & Coco have a pow wow, Eminem & The Roots get down, while Necro gets disturbingly extreme.
Hiphopdx.com pays homage to the legendary comedian Richard Pryor. Before NWA he was the true Nigga Witta Attitude. Read why...
"<b>VH-1</b> is doing a Hip-Hop awards show. When the fuck has <b>VH-1</b> cared about Hip-Hop? We all know who
People put you in the box. Now I
<i>What kind of nigga tell lies to himself, then turn around and tell the same lies to his fans?</i>
The rapper publicly confessed to performing oral sex on her.
<b>Memphis Bleek</b> discusses life on the Roc post <b>Dame Dash</b>, his beefs with <b>NAS</b> and <b>The Game</b>...
Styles P on 50 Cent
<i>"Claiming to get shot 9 times like that
With collabos with Hip-Hop
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