He also talks his new album "Ballad Of A Massacre" in this explosive new interview.
Exclusive: In addition to running down his work with Puff Daddy and Kanye West, Young Chop explains why Chicago artists determine the definition of "Drill."
Exclusive: The former Terror Squad soldier Cuban Link is back in the mix with a new crew and he details why he turned down a TS reunion due to his fractured relationship with Fat Joe.
Exclusive: Maybach Music's latest addition confirms that Diddy was also extending offers earlier this year. He speaks of Chief Keef, King Louie and him all inking major label deals in 2012.
Exclusive: KK and Gangsta D say they deeply support the latest Compton sensation, and claim that while Suge Knight helped them in the '90s, the duo never had a business relationship with Death Row.
Exclusive: Curren$y explains that he learned the value of flooding the market from Lil Wayne and Master P. He also recalls how a 1971 Chevelle dragster inspired one of his trademark subjects.
Exclusive: Plug 2 (as Deen Whitter) keeps things in character in discussing their latest commercial release and a female that almost ended the group.
Exclusive: De La Soul's Dave stays in the character of Deen Whitter to describe the First Serve project, and say that they are fans of Rick Ross and Drake.
The veteran Vancouver trio is back to their underground Hip Hop musical roots, but Mad Child, Prevail and Rob the Viking show that they are different Battle Axe warriors than they were a decade ago.
This adult star says she'd be happy to swing an eff in the back seat of LL Cool J's Jeep, as she tells DX about her two decade love-affair with true-school Hip Hop.
ESPN's Scoop Jackson defends his favorite emcee, and explains why his adolescent son agrees, and which NBA baller has the best rap skills.
ESPN's Scoop Jackson tells DX about the early days of Rap journalism, why D.I.T.C. is the supreme Rap crew, and how Allen Iverson paved the way for 50 Cent and Lil Wayne.