Exclusive: Rich Boy talks how the study of Buddhism enriched his music, and who he is as a person upon the release of new mixtape "Back To Class."
Exclusive: One of Warner Bros. Records' biggest new sensations explains his plans to return to college, and his latest mixtape, "Procrastination Kills 4."
Exclusive: The ATL rapper with the "Bubble Gum" addresses her on-screen label meetings, men preying on women in the industry and declares, "I'm not going to compromise myself for nobody's damn show."
Exclusive: One of CTE's newest acts declares that Young Jeezy is the only artist to ever give him a chance, and says he just freestyled his life on the recently-released "Demonstration" mixtape.
Exclusive: The Virginia veteran explains why he feels he represents the streets' perspective. He tells DX, "I ain't a battle rapper, but I ain't above a good rapper slaying either."
Two legendary New York outfits speak about their 1970s Bronx-influenced collaborative album, the state of Hip Hop and giving the youngin's a whole lot of game.
Exclusive: The Grand Hustle-turned-Maybach Music Group emcee talks about the importance of flow and a hot hook, and points to Freeway and Beanie Sigel and great Philly pioneers.
Thugga tells DX why he likes when girls kiss girls, how his own fast-paced making of this album halted Lil Wayne's appearance, and how the 6'6" rapper needs no bodyguards.
Exclusive: The Carolina grinder explains his regional hit "Everybody's Workin'," and if this year will show the versatility of the region.
Exclusive: One of the newer lyrical sensations from Camden, New Jersey talks about producing and rhyming, and his high aspirations.
Exclusive: While he wasn't able to sign her at age 16, L.A. Reid reportedly jumped at the chance to get this songstress who's reworking Bone Thugs-N-Harmony songs on her Don Cannon mixtape.
Exclusive: The Baltimore native explains why he switched industry hats, and linked with DJ Drama for a star-studded entrance to Rap.
Exclusive: The Terror Squad member speaks about his new Fat Joe and N.O.R.E-assisted single, and how studio sessions with Cool & Dre inspired a solo push.
The Diamond Princess shines with happiness now. She tells DX about her artistic and personal breakthrough, and if her Pop album makes us wonder why she ever called herself "da baddest bitch."
Exclusive: Trina praises Luda for creating equal opportunities, as well as commends her female peers for professionalism.
UPDATE: Tour dates added. Exclusive: The digital debut sales sensation tells DX that he made his 15,000+ selling EP in 20 hours, as he heads for Electro beats.
Exclusive: Battle vet Jae Millz said that he, Gudda Gudda and Mack Maine give Young Money balance with Wayne away.
Exclusive: Cuba Gooding, Jr. drops a freestyle on "Big Business," little brother tells HipHopDX.
Exclusive: The Fillmore District's Davinci offers today's retail-released debut for free download, and tells DX why you need to listen closely.
Exclusive: Snoop Dogg's lil' homie explains his 808s & Heartbreaks cover EP, working with Quincy Jones and producing Kurupt's new LP.
Exclusive: Soulja Boy says he's produced for Drake's Thank Me Later album, as Ja-Bar introduces himself to listeners.