On the eve of his huge fight with Bernard Hopkins, HHDX goes a few rounds with Winky Wright and his rap career(?)
Does rap music really have a psychological affect on how you live or is it all good clean fun? Brian Sims Ph. D explores the topic.
She single handedly gave the South a voice in print. The founder of Ozone Mag speaks on The Source and fingers in booty holes(?)
Porn & Hip Hop...what's the difference? Brian Sims explores the wonderful world of porn and how it relates to Hip Hop culture.
This is not the signature album that we were waiting for. He does himself a favor by not switching up; on the other hand I was almost hoping to see him try something new seeing as this has never lead to great albums in the past.
Double Up is R. Kelly's 13th album (not counting the unreleased Loveland) and easily his most interesting. Perhaps not his best, but definitely his most interesting.
I respect the south, and I can get down with good southern hip hop like the next man. But this is not good music. It's typical southern rap, plain and simple.
Jeezy & his crew talk about white girls, corporate thuggin, their relationships with journalists and what a Cold Summer really is.
Mistah F.A.B. (Faeva Afta Bread) is back with his latest installment, this one called The Baydestrian. The Oakland native has been through a lot, and this album showcases the depth of his understanding and his sincere appreciation for life.
Slim Thug brings his crew to the forefront with Serve and Collect. Do Killa Kyleon, Sir Daily, PJ, J-Dawg, C. Ward, Young Black and Rob Smallz serve it up? HipHopDX's Brian Sims lets you know!
"...Bad Boy South was created when 8Ball and MJG came along, so I guess that kinda speaks for itself that we really not part of the Bad Boy legacy."
How does DJ Clue feel about Jay-Z's album and the Roc breaking up? Where has the Jordan of mixtapes been? Gotta read...
Widely credited with repping the south before the south was cool, Eightball and MJG have been in the game for a very, very long time. The duo was the first rap act anywhere near Memphis to go platinum, but were huge in the dirty dirty long before that.
He has made his share of bad songs and less than stellar albums, but his near 15 year career is one few can compete with. Snoop is hip-hop royalty, and The Blue Carpet Treatment is only fitting.
Jim Jones talks about rumors of problems between he and Cam
Like Father, Like Son is a solid, creative album on which Lil Wayne and The Birdman go where others have failed - by doing an entire album of duos.
Sleepy Brown is the type of artist who lives in his own world of music. Best known for lacing Big Boi with hooks, Sleepy is actually no stranger to solo albums.
Let me put it like this: If you've ever a) gone to the club, b) gotten drunk, c) started a fight, d) took something home, and then e) set the alarm clock for Sunday school, then you'll love this album.
The six foot, 290 lb Ross is not shy about it, or about his expertise in getting, cooking, & flipping that "all white".
I have to call a spade a spade. Pharrell Williams cannot rap. Not even a little bit. Okay, he's got a good flow, but that's it.