HipHopDX examines how Eminem set the tone for each album in his discography with reviews for leadoff singles like "Walk On Water," "The Real Slim Shady" and "Lose Yourself."
Effortlessly blending Hip Hop and electronic music.
Get introduced to Lil West and Brudda Haitian.
Produced by Yoksta, who has worked with Future and OJ Da Juiceman.
Kodie Shane and Yung Bans are just two of the 50 artists featured on this year's project.
The Kentucky native details his journey from homelessness to successful artist.
You outta know, it features '90s alt-rock singer Alanis Morissette.
Two of the most prominent women in Hip Hop journalism bring their thoughts & opinions to the podcasting world.
Veteran journalists Elliott Wilson and Brian "B. Dot" Miller bring the hard-hitting questions every week.
#DXclusive: Slug provides behind-the-scenes info on the re-release.
Diamonds are forever.
The "Life of a Savage" MC is getting putting the final touches on his next album.
It's a great time to put some vigor into your visuals.
How artist collaborations and features come about and the pitfalls and advantages that come with them.
Babygrande Records' newest signee shows out.
Take a trip down memory lane.
What do you do as an artist — focus on the music or build exposure?
Some of HipHopDX's favorite underrated albums of 2017 (so far), including GoldLink, Gift Of Gab, Daylyt, Two-9, Your Old Droog and more.
Murs breaks it down...
Our picks for the top albums from the first half of 2017, including Kendrick Lamar, Migos, Drake, MC Eiht and more.
Our favorite songs from the first half of 2017, including (a lot of) Kendrick Lamar, Kodak Black, Future, Playboi Carti and more.