Hip Hop expresses frustration after another man, Charles Kinsey, is shot by police seemingly without cause.
While speaking on his new venture bringing Kalief Browder's story to television, Hov explains what needs to happen to end police brutality.
Two LAPD officers shot and killed a man after being briefed on a social media video.
HipHopDX talks to Derek Minor and Propaganda about their new collaborative album "Nothing But A Word."
Zaytoven speaks to HipHopDX about his album with Boosie Badazz, Nipsey Hussle and BET's "The Next Big Thing."
Rich The Kid shares 11-track "Rich Forever 3" mixtape showcasing Famous Dex and Jay Critch.
Reach Records' newest signee, Aha Gazelle, speaks on "Trilliam 2" project and creating his own artistry with New Orleans influences and Lecrae's co-sign.
Juvenile is being held on bond after failing to pay child support and failing to appear at a hearing.
Murs takes over the #DXBreakdown and for his first show, he unravels Tupac's impact on Hip Hop culture beyond the mic.
Vic Mensa shares his thoughts on Bill Maher using the N-Word and says he knows what Jay Z's "4:44" means.
Watch a short clip of what appears to be Kendrick Lamar and Rihanna's video shoot for "LOYALTY."
Chance The Rapper gets the Bonnaroo crowd hyped as he performs two classic Hip Hop cuts from Outkast and Dr. Dre.
Marvel's "Black Panther" gets release date and first official trailer.
50 Cent takes a few jabs at his rival Irv Gotti on Instagram, including his relationship with escort Ashley Martelle and Irv's attempts to call 50 a snitch.
Ice Cube accepts Bill Maher's apology for using the N-word on "Real Time With Bill Maher," but uses it as a teachable moment on why it shouldn't be used by white people.
Vince Staples continues the rollout for his "Big Fish Theory" album with the release of "Rain Come Down" with Ty Dolla $ign.
SZA's "CTRL" is made up of 14 tracks and includes features from TDE family Kendrick Lamar and Isaiah Rashad as well as Travis Scott.
Remy Ma spits fiery bars over Future's "Mask Off" beat. While not naming names, the Terror Squad vet spares no victims.
Hours ahead of her "CTRL" album release, SZA shares the Kendrick Lamar-assisted "Doves in the Wind."
Chance The Rapper is the first of many special guest captains to be a part of the ninth season of Nick Cannon's "Wild 'N Out."
Chief Keef prepares his second project of 2017 and it includes a feature from Young Chop.