HipHopDX catches up with Sullee, $hamrock, Misfit, G-Child, Jus Rhyme and 100 Proof following a special reunion episode of the 'Serch Says' podcast.
A GoFundMe has been launched in an effort to help the 'Whoa!' rhymer get back on his feet.
"I know/knew X personally. He don’t fuck wit ya kind homie."
The G.O.O.D. Music artist was simply paying tribute to late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain who died 27 years ago on April 5.
The 52-year-old rapper had a mild stroke around 2015, but it's unclear what's caused his recent hospitalization.
The Ruff Ryders legend passed away at the age of 50 this week following a massive heart attack.
The Ruff Ryders legend will forever be remembered as a voracious MC with an inimitable gruff and insatiable appetite for Hip Hop culture.
Steve Rifkind says the family will be making an official statement sometime Friday (April 9).
MSCHF has agreed to initiate a voluntary recall to buy back any Satan Shoes and Jesus Shoes for their original retail prices.
But did he ever really retire?
On Sunday (April 4), Ron Funches tweeted, "When society admits OutKast is better than The Beatles then we can truly start healing," sparking an online debate that seemingly carried on into the ether.
TMZ reports the Ruff Ryders legend hasn't regained any brain function over the last six days.
The Philadelphia-born MC has been pumping out critically acclaimed work with his Roots brethren since 1993 when they dropped their 'Organix' album.
The veteran rapper says his place of business was broken into on Thursday morning (April 8).
The lauded producer calls her abuse allegations "appalling."
De'Aundre Bonds channeled the former Death Row CEO's infamous 1995 speech at The Source Hip Hop Awards.
And yes, it's coming on the international weed smoker's holiday.
The veteran MC tells HipHopDX, "If you’re more scared of a Satan sneaker than the actual threats against your freedom right now, you gotta get your priorities right."
The multi-platinum rapper was taken into FBI custody on March 26 and denied bond.
The Bay Area-singer has long been associated with the LGBTQ community.
New York lawyer Tyrone A. Blackburn announced he was “speaking with investigators from multiple jurisdictions to pursue criminal charges” after three new alleged victims came forward.