A night of firsts.
#DXCLUSIVE: Watch the finals right here on HipHopDX.
Chicago Hip Hop blogger Andrew Barber went from grinding alongside his favorite small-time rappers to joining them as they celebrated their massive success.
"Why does one female rapper have to have all these elements and she’s the only one that can have that spot? It’s not like that with men."
DX was on the scene to talk about the Netflix movie and to get reaction to Eminem's album leak.
The holiday EP brings a different perspective than the perfect fairytale portrayed in most mainstream Christmas movies and TV specials.
DXLive: The artist formerly known as DUBB also explains his name change.
#DXCLUSIVE: Enimal, the brother of "Insecure" creator Issa Rae, speaks about how he helped put DJ Mustard on the path to production.
#DXCLUSIVE: God bless your heart because CyHi can finally shine.
Tee Grizzley, G Herbo and Bump J also popped up at Fake Shore Drive's 10th-anniversary show.
#DXCLUSIVE: The social media star also discusses his new movie that features Method Man, Mike Epps and Terry Crews.
#DXCLUSIVE: The Boston rap vet opens up about sobriety and his relationship with his "Anti-Hero" collaborator.
#DXclusive: The skilled lyricist also delves into his recently released album, "Last Call."
#DXCLUSIVE: The Fugees member runs through some history and talks about his upcoming album, "The Carnival III."
DXclusive: Celebrate the life of an iconic comic and civil rights activist.
The #DXLive alums connect in the booth for a cut from Scrilla's upcoming "Travaye" project.
#DXclusive: Houston’s Stoppa stopped by #DXLive to outline new deal with DanceOn.
#DXclusive: The reformed drug kingpin also goes into detail on the relationship he built with Roc Nation's Freeway, opposed to the strife he endured with Ricky Rozay.
#DXclusive: The Decatur-bred rhymer also gives the #DXLive crew a taste of his upcoming "China Cafeteria 2.5."
EXCLUSIVE: The "No One Can Do It Better" legend talks Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, Ruthless Records. You know, all the classic stuff.
The #DXLive Crew ranks Hovito's works of art — from worst to first.