Before the summer ends, the Los Angeles rapper throws a backyard boogie to remember.
She also explains why some of her albums are missing from streaming services and tackles Jermaine Dupri’s “stripper rapper” comments.
The Sacramento rep also says to expect a new project “before Thanksgiving.”
Consider the duo’s third collaborative project together their most ambitious yet.
Off the upcoming "Windows on the World" soundtrack.
After a disappointing season opener, Migos’ hit single from “Culture” becomes the backdrop for a campy and semi entertaining crime drama that doesn’t take itself so seriously.
The Mexican rapper is further proof that artists holding down their hometown can lead to a successful career.
The Houston rapper/producer also discusses his working relationship with Gangsta Boo and inspiring Suede The Remix God.
Basing an episode on unreleased Kanye West material should have been a sure-fire hit. Hopefully, this doesn’t set the tone for a potentially disappointing season.
Michael Adams is accused of stabbing 17-year-old Elijah Al-Amin two days after being released from prison.
The Murder Inc. founder says this time around he was “able to bring to life my ideas bigger and faster.”
If it ain’t broke, why fix it?
The Reach Records architect also discusses his recent tweets regarding Alabama's controversial abortion ban.
The Internet member displays some captivating musical experimentation that hits more than misses.
#DXCLUSIVE: The music festival curator and social activist also discusses how the music streaming platform led to building a strong relationship with GoldLink.
The digital video platform recently announced a partnership with Nas and Mass Appeal. Sky's the limit.
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.