Exclusive: Dice Raw calls his longtime homie ?uestlove "the best drummer in the world" and explains the group's intentions behind the acclaimed 2011 "undun" album.
At President Obama's second Inauguration at the National Mall, Hip Hop fans and supporters alike shared the unifying theme of celebrating a President that represented them.
Hip Hop legends such as MC Lyte and Doug E. Fresh received honors the same evening as newer stars Meek Mill, Swizz Beatz and 2 Chainz at the event originally launched by Russell Simmons.
Exclusive: Maroon 5's PJ Morton breaks down his "Following My First Mind" project, and how he recently got down with Lil Wayne and company.
On "Soundtrack For a Revolution," soul music(TM)s biggest artists breathe new life into timeless tracks of change.
Each track sounds completely different from the last, and although the record could be a pop smash, his message is never diluted in the melody.
Exclusive: The "Godfather of Grime" explains how he turned a difficult traveling situation into a song, and his thoughts from abroad on the upcoming United States election.
"Lioness: Hidden Treasures" gives fans another chance to experience Amy's trademark vocals and wonder what could have been.
It's clear that Mary J. Blige's journey has made her a stronger woman. Thankfully, her evolution hasn't diluted her music's honesty in the slightest.
"Talk That Talk" is another solid collection, complete with radio hits, club bangers, and introspective ballads on her favorite subjects: love and sex.
On "How Do You Do" Hawthorne returns to a time when instruments were just as important to the story as the lyrics.
HipHopDX was in the house as J. Cole gears up for the biggest week to date in his career.
On Chris Brown's aptly-titled mixtape, "Boy In Detention," he clearly embraces being Pop music's black sheep. Surprisingly, he's got some chops.
With a string of feel good tracks on her latest album, Here I Am, Kelly Rowland finally gets to have her time in the sun.
On his first major release From The Westside With Love, Part II Dom Kennedy is poised to blaze the mainstage, while staying true to the streets of Leimart Park.