He recently laid a friend to rest, but when Illa Ghee is ready to get back to work, it will be a whole new experience.
"Songs In The Key Of Price" is brimming with the talents, will, grit and cleverness of Sean Price.
Odds & Ends is a unique work of underground noir crafted by two equally bright minds.
Quelle Chris is at the top of his game, delivering a fun, refreshing album.
The radio personality puts his Twitter followers in a frenzy after explaining how he differentiates rappers from lyricists.
The official Hopsin Pound Syndrome album review as written by HipHopDX.
Statik Selektah "Lucky 7" Album Review
In Another Life is an easy, efficient listen, that caters to all facets of Bilal’s musical identity.
Skyzoo "Music For My Friends" Album Review
"Nehruvia: The Nehruvian EP" is a concise collection of music that acts as an hors d'oeuvre while Bishop Nehru puts the finishing touches on his debut LP.
The Chocolate Boy Wonder says Kendrick Lamar’s musical ear is “incredible,” and reveals Soul Survivor 3 is on the way.
At times the style is frayed, but Raekwon does a good job of balancing radio-friendly Rap with material his diehard fans crave.
"People's Instinctive Travels And The Paths Of Rhythm" turns 25 today, and we wondered something: where have all the Hip Hop groups gone?
“Persona” practices what it preaches: unity, progress, and sheer talent, articulated through music.
“The Beast is G-Unit” is a testament to the group’s new approach, and for a six-song EP, there is great diversity of sound.
"Blade of the Ronin" has cinematic undertones, with instrumental skits providing a loose inter-track cohesion.
Fashawn’s sophomore release is a strong follow-up, six years in the making, that hits hard while preaching perseverance.
Square One is humble and personal, while still laden with intelligent braggadocio.
Young Buck describes his friendship with 50 Cent, and the impact of the G-Unit reunion.
With a new year upon us, HipHopDX lists the mixtapes we stunted for in 2014.
Of all the comeback stories in 2014, these nine groups shone light on a dynamic that’s slowly phasing out.