6 Ways The Game Aimed For "1992" To Be A Classic
Game continues his streak of album releases with 1992 and HipHopDX was there to give the skinny on his eighth full length studio project.
A-F-R-O & Marco Polo - A-F-R-O POLO EP Review
HipHopDX pens the A-F-R-O & Marco Polo A-F-R-O POLO EP review, a Duck Down Records release.
Hip Hop’s New Anarchists: Prophets Of Rage
Prophets of Rage, anti-heroes from Rage Against the Machine, Public Enemy and Cypress Hill are arriving at just the right time.
RJD2 Dame Fortune review highlights the veteran DJ's sixth solo studio album.
Nyck Caution - Disguise The Limit
HipHopDX critiques Pro Era's latest star with the Nyck Caution Disguise The Limit review.
French Montana & Max B. - Wave Gods
French Montana & Max B. Wave Gods Review
Fetty Wap & Zoo Gang - Zoo 16: The Mixtape
Fetty Wap & Zoo Gang - Zoo 16: The Mixtape Review
Yeezy Season 3's Imperfection Made It Historical
An insider's look from the heart of Kanye West's Yeezy Season 3 at Madison Square Garden
Dizzy Wright - Wisdom & Good Vibes
HipHopDX rolls out the office Dizzy Wright Wisdom & Good Vibes EP review--the first release post-Funk Volume.
The official Hoodie Allen Happy Camper review which highlights !llmind production and clever lyrics.
Kid Cudi - Speedin' Bullet 2 Heaven
Kid Cudi's "Speedin' Bullet To Heaven" misses the mark.
The Game - The Documentary 2.5
HipHopDX rolls out the review for The Game's "Documentary 2.5."
Though "Meow The Jewels" is currently taking the internet by storm, Killer Mike and El-P had one helluva summer.
See how HipHopDX feels about the latest album to come out of the TDE camp.
Travi$ Scott has come up with a sound unto his own.
Mount Rushmore Pt. 4: The Four Kings Of Hip Hop From 2010 - 2014
In our fourth and final installment of "Mount Rushmore," we give you the four artists that currently dominate the Hip Hop landscape.
Mount Rushmore Pt. 3: The Four Kings Of Hip Hop From 2005 - 2009
In part three of our four-part series, we venture that these four emcees ruled Hip Hop from 2005 to 2009.
Mount Rushmore Pt. 2: The Four Kings Of Hip Hop From 2000 - 2004
In part two of our four-part series, we venture that these four emcees ruled Hip Hop from Y2K to '04.
Mount Rushmore Pt. 1: The Four Kings Of Hip Hop From 1995 - 1999
We argue that these four ruled Hip Hop between 1995 and 1999.
A$AP Rocky - At. Long. Last. A$AP
A$AP Rocky crafts his best album to date with "At. Long. Last. A$AP."
5 Things We Learned At Kanye West's & Roc Nation's "Roc City Classic" Performance
Kanye West rocked New York City at Roc Nation's "Roc City Classic," and here's five takeaways we learned from the event.