The former Ruthless Records affiliate also recalls writing for The Godfather of Gangsta Rap 25 years after his death.
The Wu-Tang Clan founder reveals what would have made Ghostface's sophomore swing even better.
RZA thinks Kodak Black deserves more credit.
Mick Jenkins tells the secret behind Chicago's success.
The multimedia personality speaks on working with Duck Down Music and Sean Price's Sinatra-like charisma.
Winners will head to Washington D.C. to compete in the U.S. Finals.
"I think in the music industry they’re after attention so much you have to try to ‘stay relevant,’ and you chase that thing all the time,” noted Cham.
The Atmosphere lyricist breaks down the new project.
"It just seemed like instantly I had to quit my job, quit Community College and just tour."
"I feel like I’m one of the most talented MCs - wordplay wise especially - in the world, and I feel like I sold myself short for a lot of years because I was drunk, fat, bloated, fucked up, writing verses in 20 minutes," the Boston MC admits.
The legendary lyricist calls his time at Cold Chillin' a cautionary tale.
"Once you’re in you’re in."
The “Jump Rope” creator was so enthralled by the Wu-Tang frontman’s project, she gave it a permanent place within her own identity.
The legendary photographer also digs deep on the low rider scene.
The Showtime star thinks social media translates jokes differently.
#DXCLUSIVE: The Gangstagrass member breaks down why he feels his brand of Bluegrass Hip Hop deserves the credit.
The festivities go down come October 3 in Minneapolis.
#DXCLUSIVE: And The RZA gives him the certification of a lifetime.
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“There is a way to be successful without trying to replicate mainstream sound."
And the infamous Death Row boss wanted him to portray Kurupt in a biopic.