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Bizzy Bone & DJ Quik To Bring In New Years, BTNH Album Pushes To March

Exclusive: The legendary Compton producer and the Columbus harmonic emcee team up, while Bizzy tells DX Quik, Game and Chamillionaire are on new Bone LP.


African Dream: The Global Impact Of Distant Relatives

To fully appreciate the epic event that occurred last week at the headquarters of the venerable National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C., one has to put things in a worldly context.


Consequence: Next Plateau

EZ Pimpin' Cons says his new album sounds like Blueprint-meets-Midnight Marauders, and how he upgraded his career.


Tre Williams

Tre Williams went from Nas' onetime protege to working with the Funk outfit The Revelations and Roc star Rell.


Nola Darling

The Spike Lee film-inspired bi-coastal ladies talk about working with Mulatto and the AOK Collective.


Aceyalone: Never Cloned

A pioneer of the Los Angeles independent rap movement, Aceyalone explains his evolutions, his legacy and new band-themed album.


Lench Mob Producers Talk Ice Cube, New Projects

Ice Cube and WC's go-to guys Hallway Productionz, tell DX about working with Lench Mob, and now Blackalicious.


Blu Discusses Being Offered Deal By Suge Knight

Blu tells L.A. Weekly how the champion underground emcee almost was shelved on Death Row or Roc-A-Fella.


Attorney in 2 Live Crew Obscenity Case Barred From Law Practice

Jack Thompson, who tried to bring down 2 Live Crew, N.W.A. and Ice-T barred after making false statements.


News Bits: EPMD, RZA Perform; Rock The Bells Europe

Rock The Bells announces its European dates, as We The People takes on L.A. for the third straight year.


Onyx: Mad About You

The Southside originals say Onyx and Redman saved Def Jam, and how you might hear Radiohead in their new music.



Help Us Save Hip-Hop has overcome some immeasurable odds to get critical cosigns from Method Man, Mobb Deep and Rakim.


Chuck Philips Accepts Buyout, Leaves L.A. Times

The controversial journalist who falsely reported on Diddy and Jimmy Rosemond departs from L.A. Times.


dead prez Next Album To Have No Label, Distribution

M-1 tells HipHopDX that their November release needs no label or distributor, billed as Let's Get Free 2008.


L.A.X. Pushed Back To August 26, Game Previews Album

The Game played L.A.X. last night, and HipHopDX was there, only fans might have to wait another month.


Wiz Khalifa

This Warner Brothers lyrical shooter is getting up with DJ Toomp and The Runners, with some "Middle East" swagger.


Diz Gibran

A graf writer and skater-turned emcee, Diz Gibran is down with Bleu Collar and The L.A. underground, get the story from this born leader.


Blu's Album Release Anything But 'Heavenly'

Why is it one of 2007's most acclaimed albums can't be found in any stores? Read on to find out what happened to Blu & Exile's Below The Heavens

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