Metro Boomin want some more and 21 Savage has the vocal heat to keep his name buzzing.
The 22-year-old spitter is exploring new territory on her debut, pushing herself to address topics of love and fame through a more mature perspective.
The Compton ambassadors are all about the musicianship.
The former Fly.Union leader releases a fitting solo debut for existing and newer fans.
A solid step forward in the Carol City rapper’s catalogue.
The Underground King of the South finally has a debut to call his own through Mass Appeal Records.
“I feel like 'Black Rose' woke some people up, and now 'Hate Me Now' will wake up even more people,” the rapper says.
The rapper and producer vets talk their new joint project, surprise releases, underdog status and more.
"Right now, my focal point is 'Human,'” Joell Ortiz says during an exclusive interview with HipHopDX, "and all this that has to offer to the world and this ride."
The Hip Hop veteran delivers everything we expected from him: party anthems, rapid-fire rhymes, and songs with crossover appeal.
The former Shady Records signee readies "County Hound 3" and details his relationship with Shady Records, Young Buck, and his fans.
Odd Future’s sharpest rhymer is gloomy, but maintains a sense of maturity
HipHopDX was in the building for the SXSW edition of CRWN and here’s what we noticed.
HipHopDX was invited to a private experience of Wu-Tang’s first and last preview of their final album.
On his third studio album, the G.O.O.D. Music emcee is ready to seize the spotlight.
"If You’re Reading This Its Too Late" is a rap-opera for the wary, and finds Drake at the zenith of his musical powers.
Although there are some bright sparks of creativity that remind us of his formidable days, Weezy’s lackluster punchlines, and poor attempts at song remakes is an uneasy indicator that "Tha Carter V" might not be worth the wait after all.
Rae Sremmurd's "SremmLife" displays one amazing, endless time for the “EarDrummers Backwards” boys.
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