Read more to find out how the successful single is a “full-circle” moment for the producer behind Colonel Loud’s “California” and Luke Nasty’s “On The Way.”
A revealing, wise, soulful and entertaining jazz-rap album that’s heavily seasoned with slick technical thrills
The hitmaker for the likes of Chris Brown and Jennifer Lopez explains his mentorship from the late Chris Lightly and eventual career resurgence.
And don’t expect any songs about Jamesha, either.
Everything that went down at DX's video game tournament over BET Awards weekend in Los Angeles.
Uncle Short Dog needs to stop fuckin' around and give us a real project.
The King of Slanguistics and Hash Brown Billo embrace their regional past and every evolving present by providing nothing more than game-filled slappers.
Sacramento’s reigning public rap nuisance links up with the buzzing Maybach Music Group rapper to deliver explosive production mixed with semi-worn tough-guy tropes.
The Los Angeles quartet understand the science of having a good time with an adequate soundtrack.
Atlanta-based beatsmith 30 Roc explains the making of his chart topping hit "Rake It Up" and his relationship with Mike WiLL Made-It.
The digestible affair is the LP “The Appeal: Georgia's Most Wanted” should have been.
The ability to go from relative unknown to enjoying millions of streams at a moments notice is becoming par the course, for better or worse.
UPDATE: Guwop gets assists from Migos, Nicki Minaj and ScHoolboy Q.
#DXClusive: Coach Snoop talks about the importance of giving back to the community.
#DXCLUSIVE: HipHopDX spoke with Mensa during one of two benefit shows with Tidal.
HipHopDX explores the relaunch of one of Hip Hop's most cherished labels.
#DXclusive: The BasedGod spoke to DX about working with Nasir Jones and “Wild Thoughts” director Colin Tilley.
#DXclusive: The celebrated director speaks about his work with K.Dot & Dave Free’s “Little Homies” collective.
The 16-track project features an appearance from Ghostface Killah and production from Kaytrananda.
Discussed this episode: The current state of producers in Hip Hop, and some tips for anyone aspiring to rise through the ranks.
Probably. Maybe. Never.