#DXCLUSIVE: The Brazilian-Egyptian producer also gives an update on French Montana's "Jungle Rules 2" and reveals how Drake's "The Motto" was born.
The West Coast O.G. also talks about teaching young women how to prevent a #MeToo situation and that time she "overdosed" on a weed cookie.
"How can you like rap, which is a pillar of black culture, but only like white rappers?" The Ohio native is out searching for answers.
#DXCLUSIVE: Mr. Meth also explains how he took what he learned from his "How High" co-star and brought it to the Wu-Tang Clan.
#DXCLUSIVE: "I feel that it is important to educate yourself on the legends of Hip Hop," the 18-year-old Fayetteville native reveals.
The Breaking Legend recently celebrated 100th career win with Red Bull.
#DXCLUSIVE: "Why is Snoop doing a Gospel album? What makes you closer to God than me? I want to know," Tha Doggfather says of his Billboard Chart-topping new endeavor.
The President of DMG Clearances breaks down how Hip Hop doesn't always get a fair shake when it comes to lawsuits.
From Violator Management to operating her own beauty brand, witness a master at work.
A nonchalant Rich The Kid makes it clear he doesn't care about Mr. Money Longer's reaction.
In light of his recent entry fatherhood, we thought we’d ask Skyzoo what five songs he most wanted Miles to hear and understand from the new album, "In Celebration Of Us." Here’s what he said.
The current host of The DXBreakdown dishes on his love for comics, brand new album and Red Bull jacking his record-breaking rap.
Genius and Dropbox have combined forces to bring "Lyrics to Life" and the end results will amaze fans of both artistic areas of expertise.
#DXCLUSIVE: The prodigious bass player talks Kendrick Lamar, Erykah Badu, N.E.R.D and why he loves Jaden Smith.
#DXCLUSIVE: Illa Da Producer's the name and diversity is the game.
Brooklyn Queen hails from Detroit and is already aiming to be a Hollywood Star. While catching up with HipHopDX Editor-In-Chief Trent Clark, the 12-year-old rapper/dancer extraordinaire challenged tourists to attempt her new-age Hip Hop moves, the "Juju on The Beat," "Beat the Baby" and "Hit Them Folks."
Denver, CO isn't exactly a hotbed for Hip Hop talent but Trev Rich was not only able to develop a strong local following, he attracted the attention of none other than Cash Money boss Birdman to reach an agreeable deal. HipHopDX Editor-In-Chief Trent Clark takes a trip to Trev's own backyard to get an in-depth glimpse of how he was able to cast a spotlight on an otherwise barren rap region.
#DXCLUSIVE: The E-40 protegé tells HipHopDX about his come up in the rap game.
The 18-year-old artist's "Love Scars" has already racked up 11 million views on YouTube.
#DXCLUSIVE: The multitalented Inland Empire native also explains why Jill Scott is like an "angel."