A couple of years ago, Atlanta's very own Rich Homie Quan was the rookie hitman-for-hire. And then, success happened. With his talent still very much in check, he reveals to DX how he braces for the second round of his promising career.
The Atlanta emcee sinks into his evolution from "Like A Mexican" to "El Southside."
Cash Money's resident R&B crooner is ready to take the vaulted imprint into its next era.
Where’s the line these days? Is there even a line at all?
Has the South ruined Hip Hop? No, but it's complicated.
Nick Grant is "On The Rise."
The Snowman decides to turn a corner.
Krispy and Joey explain their first full length project since being free agents.
Crooner explains his relationship with Adrian Younge and latest release“In Another Life.”
Exclusive: Lil Keke explains why after over 20 years in Hip Hop the "Money Don't Sleep." He also details why he prefers pen and pad instead of typing rhymes in his phone.
Exclusive: As the actor-rapper prepares for the release of his forthcoming album, "Ludaversal," he reflects on his career and shares why it's always important to go back home.
Exclusive: Ca$h Out denounces the idea of pressure for his next hit, claiming he's ready for whatever the future brings leading up to the release of his debut studio LP, "Patience."
Exclusive: Curren$y confirms that he and Ski Beatz are back in business, and encourages fans to take a closer look at "Pilot Talk" artwork progression.
Exclusive: The always-candid Danny Brown admits that when he was down and out, Detroit wasn't there for him. He adds, "I'm not about repping Detroit, I'm about getting the fuck up out of Detroit."
Exclusive: Morning Breath and Jeremy Fish discuss the importance of adidas Originals, and the way the brand has been present in the artistic and cultural movements of the last 30-plus years.
Exclusive: Eve details her mentor work with Big Brothers Big Sisters and taking control of her career in the age of viral Hip Hop artists.
Exclusive: Young Money's Lil Chuckee explains how the "Bet Hip Hop Awards" helped his career, his LeBron James aspirations and why 2 Chains is his "big bro."
Exclusive: T.I. says "the punishment must fit the crime" as far as his "Trouble Man" gun-slinger. The Atlanta native also reflects on the role "Trap Music" plays in his life a decade after "Trap Muzik."
Exclusive: Paul Wall updates fans on a number of projects in the works. He reveals his work with the troops overseas and thanks T.I.& DJ Drama for helping him and TV Johnny make grills for Olympians.
Exclusive: Waka Flocka Flame also explains the pain he feels from the murder of his Brick Squad comrade Slim Dunkin. He also says, "An album don't mean shit to me...but a mixtape is serious."
Exclusive: The fiery upstart discusses the details of the past year, her love for well-written lyrics and giving competition a run for their money.