The Brooklyn, New York MC waxes off about the state of the culture.
As part of Pitchfork's 5-10-15-20 series, the Clipse member sounds off on what he was listening to at different intervals in his life.
The up-and-comer explains that even though they haven't collaborated much in the past, they'll join forces in the future.
The video streaming site had cameras in place to capture the action at last month's Brooklyn show.
Jay-Z's right-hand man discusses how the industry has changed in terms of making music.
The DD172 leader speaks on his relationship with Hov at the time of his debut's conception.
Barry Reese backpedals on statements he made on Twitter about Swizzy not returning his calls.
The dynamic duo will put out solo albums by year's end in anticipation of an Outkast release next year.
UPDATE: The Lady Killer stars in a two-part online film, the first of which just premiered on the company's Facebook page.
UPDATE: The Compton spitter is now asking fans to contribute a verse to "Pot of Gold" instead of "Red Nation."
Pharoahe opens up about the taboo word and its usage in music.
Sean Mandela weighs in on his new album and an upcoming project with Ill Bill.
Pro also reflects on which artists he wanted to work with in the '90s.
Tha Doggfather will be awarded for his contributions to music.
X admits he isn't feeling the skinny jeans movement and airs out some of today's hottest artists.
Darkman X bares his soul in a new interview from behind bars.
The two parties are clashing over unreleased recordings from the late UGK member.
The troubled rapper is being forced into giving information on a business associate after the latter fled from police.