Exclusive: Styles P also divulges plans to work with Earl Sweatshirt and backs up his declaration that The LOX are "the realest group of all time."
Exclusive: Planet Asia, TriState and Killer Ben celebrate their critically acclaimed album and explain why they're throwing durags on everybody from Pat Riley to the President.
Exclusive: Mannie Fresh says "OMFGOD" with Yasiin Bey (Mos Def) is ready to go and his relationship with Kanye West is intact.
Exclusive: The "black sheep of Cash Money," Turk, gets biblical regarding his criminal past, drug usage, Hot Boys role and current standing with Cash Money.
Exclusive: Gobi M. Rahimi reveals some startling information surrounding the final days of Tupac's life, including Suge's imaginary bullet wound and Las Vegas Police's stunning indifference.
Exclusive: Master P says he's "here to take my corner back," he "can't change" his rowdy content and that one man is not to blame for the fall of No Limit Records.
Exclusive: Master P reveals to HipHopDX that he attempted to make Tupac a No Limit soldier.
Exclusive: MC Eiht reflects on co-starring with Kendrick Lamar on "m.A.A.d city," his infamous wax war with DJ Quik and how the Hughes brothers plotted to fire Tupac from "Menace II Society."
Exclusive: The fate of "Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza," and possibly many mixtapes, appears to have been decided, as Mac Miller ends his controversial legal entanglement with Lord Finesse.
Exclusive: The National Rifle Association's Country Artist of the Month weighs in on the current gun rights debate and breaks down his brand of Country Rap tunes.
Exclusive: Chuck Taylor reveals his religious convo with Lecrae and compares Jay-Z to the fastest man on earth and Frank Ocean's coming out to "David taking down Goliath."
Exclusive: A rejuvenated Big Boi tells DX why his brotherhood with Andre 3000 is unshakable, he and his wife's union is unbreakable, and his new solo set is "unskippable."
Exclusive: MGK explains his dogged quest for respect, the race factor, and what separates him from "friendly" White rappers like Mac Miller.
Exclusive: In advance of the second presidential debate, the B.D.I. Thug advises the President that the Hip Hop community "put your ass in place and we will take your ass out."
Exclusive: One-eighth of the legendary Diggin' In The Crates crew comes to the defense of his crew brethren Lord Finesse and explains why Joey Bada$$ can do what Mac Miller cannot.
Exclusive: Brand Nubian's Five Percent philosopher weighs in on whether his former protege stic.man penned for Nas and why his past "like a faggot in the clink" lyrics did not constitute Gay-bashing.
Exclusive: Grandmaster B recalls witnessing will.i.am defeat Xzibit in battle, Eazy-E dance to "No Vaseline," Nas gush over Bud's bedroom and many more memories from his D'Lil days.
Exclusive: Alex Jones' favorite rapper illuminates about the original illuminated ones and reveals the revolutionary plans included in the Tupac notebook he was given.
Exclusive: The Juice Crew alum says Slim Shady told him they couldn't collaborate and breaks down how he broke ground on New York's current diversity of sound. He also pitches "Ma_Doom: Son Of Yvonne."
Exclusive: MJG's partner-in-rhyme says "Life's Quest" is not for the clubs and that Future and Waka Flocka Flame are "necessary" to Hip Hop whether you like it or not.
Exclusive: Large Professor touches on everything from this era's digital record diggers to why Rakim didn't nurture Nas to what Lupe Fiasco should have done to avoid his current controversy.