The full recap of DX's showcase in Austin on March 16, which featured Saweetie, Jay Park, Doughbeezy, Tyla Yaweh, Larry June, Sherwood Marty, Noochie and many more.
Including plenty of lit performances and some rap beef.
Plus Desus & Mero clown DJ Envy following their Breakfast Club confrontation.
There was only so much longer Atlanta could front like it wasn’t going to take us to one of the city’s famous “shoe-modeling establishments.”
"Even after I'm dead; that's not the exit."
Legends like The Roots and T.I. are sharing the Austin stratosphere with up-and-coming talent like Saweetie and Jack Harlow. Prepare yourselves!
Plus Cardi B celebrating Women's Day, Offset's freestyle and more.
Plus, Chance the Rapper shares a photo of himself with Pharrell and Drake shows love for Toronto.
Donald Glover & co. turn up the satire with another amazing episode.
Primetime MCs and cinema is always a great mix.
Plus Funk Flex calls out wack rappers and Travis Scott shares a picture of his newborn daughter.
Plus SZA's father cries while listening to her music and Gucci celebrates a high school reunion.
Throughout this season premiere, "Atlanta" has moments of hilarity, but is also heartfelt and heart-dropping.
In honor of Black History Month, HipHopDX has compiled a list of 20 artists whose work borrows inspiration from Hip Hop, creating truly unique and captivating pieces of art.
Plus Cardi B claps back at a fan.
Plus, Lil Durk, Yung Bans and Logic provide a glimpse into what's going on in their lives.
From MC Lyte to the architect behind Salt-N-Pepa's initial success, take some time out to familiarize yourself with these oft-slept-on legends.
Which is not too surprising for Birdman production but disappointing nonetheless. HipHopDX was on the scene for the world premiere and this is how it went down.
February 21 marks what would have been the music legend's 85th birthday.
Plus, Chris Brown goes platinum, Atmosphere reacts to school shootings and Common delivers new August Greene.