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Obie Trice Tells DX About Significance Of Special Reserve

Exclusive: Eminem's former breakout star talks about the 11 songs from way back he and MoSS released, how they modified them, and why.


Triple C's: I Want It All

Carol City Cartel talks about plans to surpass The Hot Boys' success, contrasting styles, and how Ross-gate backfired into more money.


K'Naan & J. Period: Flash The Message

The emcee and the deejay talk about channeling Bob Marley, Bob Dylan and Fela Kuti on The Messengers.


The Jacka: Penning For The Pen

The Mob Figaz veteran talks about his first official solo, making Billboard charts, and Andre Nickatina and Master P.


J. Cole: In A Major Way

Jay-Z's first label artist admires Canibus and OutKast, but has that Roc star ego, with a blank slate to prove?


dead prez & DJ Green Lantern: A Beautiful Struggle

M-1, and Green Lantern talk Barack Obama and Asher Roth, and how the more things change, the more they stay the same.


dead prez's Pulse Of The People Tracklisting

Exclusive: M1 tells DX about the title of the album with DJ Green Lantern that features Chuck D, Bun B, and Styles P.


Underground Report: (Reks & Krumb Snatcha)

Two patient rhyme veterans talk about Boston unity, Statik Selektah's helping hand, and what Gang Starr meant to the city.


Underground Report: Amir Sulaiman and Rugged N Raw

A poet and a New Jersey emcee explain why words still matter, and how they're conquering the norms of Hip Hop.


Mekka Don

The Ohio-meets-New York rapper is talking about working with Pete Rock, and being a Mick Boogie affiliate.


Josh X-An-Tus

With his Jadakiss-assisted hit "Let's Ride," this classically trained crossover sensation elevates songwriting.


Charlamagne: God Loves Honest

One of the most outspoken voices on air talks good and bad emcees, the challenges of radio and his album.


Ryan Leslie: School Was My Hustle

Ryan Leslie presents himself as a Harvard grad who never sleeps, offering others the key to his hustle.


Platinum Pied Pipers: Triple P Funk

One of Pharrell's favorite producers explains how hearing his music in Banana Republic made him rethink his sound.

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