The best of the best.
People lie. Numbers don't.
Will her own antics take her down?
HipHopDX has boiled down 2017 to the Top 50 songs, highlighting the best records to drop this year along with the ones that were constantly in rotation.
Should Mr. Puff Daddy make Hip Hop proud and become the first African American majority owner, this affluent list of businessmen (and women) will become his new peers.
From Kendrick Lamar to Roll Safe, the gang's all here.
Time to wake up!
The mind of Weezy can be an unbelievable place.
Some of the most memorable Instagram moments of the year, including Beyoncé announcing her pregnancy, Nicki Minaj "Breaking The Internet," and Migos getting involved in multiple beefs.
Also, Joe Budden enjoys parenthood, Drake gets back in the studio, Chance The Rapper joins the cause, and Quavo & Travis Scott deliver an early Christmas gift.
Some of 2017's most memorable moments happened on Twitter.
Plus, Eminem drops "Walk On Water" music video teaser, Gucci Mane explains why he has no features on his new album and Lil B gives an NBA curse update.
Plus DX's picks for R&B Album Of The Year and R&B Song Of The Year.
If you're into guns and Galactica, this is the movie for you. Just don't expect a consistent plot.
The top non-studio album projects of the year, including hits from Drake, Lil B, Freddie Gibbs, Prince Paul, Joyner Lucas and more.
The sign says "NOW HIRING!!!"
“Meet me in the cemetery, dressed in black/ Tonight we honor the dead, those who won’t be back,” — Makaveli, “Hold Ya Head”
From Eminem to Macklemore, we list off the most frustrating listens of the year.
Some standout visuals from Kendrick Lamar, Young Thug, Migos, Kendrick Lamar, Meek Mill, French Montana, Kendrick Lamar and Kendrick Lamar.
A&E "Who Shot Tupac?" producer, P. Frank Williams asks the hard questions, including will, Orlando Anderson, finally be officially recognized as the late rap icon's killer?