#DXCLUSIVE: The Dungeon Family member also talks about his upcoming projects and contributing to Gucci Mane's debut.
The single is featured on the duo's "HARRIETT" album.
The duo provides some of the best lyrical exchanges one will hear all year on top of dense beats loosely flowing between various forms of jazz and Hip Hop traditions.
The titular track from the Alabama native's latest album.
Besides being a great introduction to the “Rhythm + Flow” winner, the project showcases his talent range.
#DXCLUSIVE: Catfish Billy also gives the skinny on “Ghetto Cowboy,” his sixth studio album and first solely under Slumerican.
The 10-track joint project features guest features from Thandi Ntuli, Rippy Austin and Javonte Pollard.
The seven-track project features guest appearances from Tiffany Gouche and Sha'leah Nikole.
Single produced by RadioAktive is proper for the backyard gangsta boogie.
The Cypress Hill frontman talks Dr. Greenthumb stores, cannabis industry obstacles, Bernie Sanders' solo project and new music.
“Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood's" newest cast member explains how she balances it all.
#DXCLUSIVE: El Prez and Chuck Dizzle discuss creating the popular monthly event catering to local artists and fans looking to hear new music.
Clyde Strokes won a chance to compete in the national finale in Atlanta for a production deal with Jermaine Dupri.
TDE’s soulful singer/songwriter maintains his ability to craft beautiful tales of love, lost and the fascinatingly mundane moments in-between.
One of the best debuts this year, Smoke Dawg, MC Bunge and DJ Coly Cole provide an alternative perspective on West Coast Hip Hop.
If Misdemeanor’s goal was to get people dancing, she’s delivered in spades.
The two recently collaborated on the "DIA DEL ASESINATO" project.
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.