Exclusive: Che compares himself to the nerd in high school, who can whoop the football star's ass.
Exclusive: June's "El Che" will reportedly have over a dozen videos, as Rhymefest says that in fame, ugly people control the beautiful ones.
Video Exclusive: Rhymefest: "In 98% of the cases, when you reach "fame," be willing to understand that you worked your whole life for three months."
Video Exclusive: El Che defends lyrical-capitalism to DX, says that America is going Communist, and Rap sites are going pay-for-play.
T.I. explains how he splits recording between writing and freestyles, reuniting with Toomp, and if he'll be on Blueprint 3.
Daddy Fat Sacks shakes his head at beef, upholds one of Hip Hop's greatest duos, and explains his album message.
HipHopDX was on hand to see the new Nas video that's awaiting approval to go public, director speaks.
Plies acknowledges his criticism on exploiting black women, as well as Sean Bell, the judicial system in a real testament.
This former Aftermath songstress touches on working with Dre, the ups and downs of life, and appearing on Flo Rida's album.
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One half of Mobb Deep gets another extension from serving his bid on the gun charge from 2006.
After leaving Priority Records at the top of the decade, Big Moe has major distribution again after life.
With a sneak attack nomination for a Grammy, Tank is candid about the state of R&B and staying-power.
Alchemist, Cormega, Big Noyd and Mobb Deep's other half all came out to say goodbye to Prodigy
MTV's first black casting director, Lamont Pete explains how reality TV has evolved, and the future of his race in TV.
Jermaine Dupri spilled the beans shortly before new records leaked, Young Jeezy on the current single.
Missy doesn't know what to name her upcoming album. But a contest will allow fans to name the album new project.
Reverend Run's daughter stars in Off-Broadway play from award-winning director and playwright.
Dragonfly designs made a shirt themed by late celebrities, without the consent of some.
With more psyche-soul in the pot, Danger Mouse and Cee-Lo are in the kitchen again for another manic musical journey.
Rhymefest readies for debate with Lupe Fiasco, praises Michael Jackson and discusses Hilary vs. Obama.