Exclusive: Hip Hop's original gangster discusses his first foray into film-making, why your local weather man inspired his movie and why he couldn't call Kendrick Lamar to appear in it.
Exclusive: Dres and Jarobi explain their evolution into evitaN, share Chi-Ali's post-prison plans, and reveal the fate of the Native Tongues crew as a whole.
To mark Memorial Day, we examine the service backgrounds of a now malice-free emcee, Young Jeezy's comrade and several other often overlooked soldiers turned spitters.
Exclusive: Mike Bigga breaks down his bromance with El Producto and clarifies his Reagan/Obama analogy before declaring "if you don't vote for Obama this time you're a fuckin' race traitor."
Exclusive: The "young Dr. Martin Luther King" dissects his Church Clothes mixtape, its attack on religious and Hip Hop hypocrisy and superstars who only rap "about the same ol' thang."
Exclusive: The Mob Father revisits his time with Tupac and explains his disgust with artists using his friend postmortem "to suck blood from a corpse."
Exclusive: Mac Mall looks back at Tupac the video director. He also explains his firey assault on the powers that be and why he believes Barack Obama is "just a chocolate-covered" George W. Bush.
Exclusive: Hu$tle Simmons discusses the much talked about track from his debut LP, "Unexpected Arrival" regarding race and class and its declaration by Diggy to be the last of a dying breed.
Exclusive: One-third of TRU shares his feelings on Mystikal joining Cash Money Records and discusses the documentary about the handling of his big brother's murder case.
Exclusive: AZ The Visualiza reveals if he's ever heard Eminem's emulation of him and if he and Nas have finally reunited on wax, before recalling his game of drunken Monopoly with Biggie Smalls.
Exclusive: David Banner discusses his new donation-driven business model and how themes he first spoke about in "Swag" tie into the current commentary on the murder of Trayvon Martin.
Exclusive: Chamillionaire gives up some serious game about the "smoke and mirrors" of the music business and details his own recent lessons learned in regards to industry rule #4080.
Exclusive: One of Hip Hop's female G.O.A.T.s discusses the Odd Future front-man's "irresponsible" usage of her name and her plans to release two books documenting her historic life and career.
Exclusive: P.E. #1 continues his powerful conversation with DX, breaking down a former President's "cancerous" blow to radio and a current President's "default" need to be re-elected.
Exclusive: One of the most powerful voices in Rap history speaks about his face-to-face interactions (and legal entanglement) with Biggie and elaborates on his recent tweets aimed at The Throne.
Exclusive: The beatmaker behind the last track on Biggie's last official album explains the song's two versions and reveals that Big didn't speak about his then beef with Tupac.
Exclusive: The motivational music maker discusses "4eva N A Day," including the tape's most talked-about track, and whether or not he intends to metaphorically become "The Best That Never Was."
Exclusive: Short says Jive Records pushed him to be exclusively nasty and that the major labels plotted to keep positive Rap off the radio airwaves. He also explains the Dangerous Crew's disbanding.
Exclusive: With the recent release of the "Shot Caller" remix, DoItAll gives the Lords' thoughts on the rebirth of their "Funky Child" and what this new life means for the group's future.
Exclusive: The leader of the "Weirdo Movement" breaks the news of his bouncing from D12 and explains his "open relationship" with Nicki Minaj.
Exclusive: The Q.B. O.G. talks about his time as Nas before Nas, including recollections of encounters with Rakim, L.L. Cool J, KRS-One and his Juice Crew cohorts.