Featuring A$AP Rocky, Danny Brown and Tyler, The Creator among others.
Wu-Tang’s High Chief retakes the stage to show why he’s the glue on several of their classics tracks.
From Eminem to Gucci Mane, the polarizing rocker has been associated with some of rap's greatest talents long before anyone Googled the lyrics to "XO Tour Llif3."
#DXclusive: The Hip Hop mogul details the importance of comedy in society.
The Brownsville gorilla keeps it all in the family for his magnum coda.
Tenured music video director Joseph Kahn is on board as well.
An ambitious and disjointed effort that captures the Beantown trap rapper tasting the highs (and more highs) of success in the City of Angels.
And Chester Bennington was the voice of the movement.
"Love him or hate him you will never replace him for he was the HNIC."
Money B remembers making Tupac's "I Get Around " video, "Brenda's Got a Baby" and why "All Eyez on Me" is worth your two hours.
The Blastmaster brings his raw energy and commanding presence on the mic and boom-bap, but has some missteps along the way to the inner mind’s eye.
How the acquittal of four white cops in the Rodney King trial propelled gangsta rap to momentarily become most powerful music in the nation.
Who's says there's no hope for today's Hip Hop youngsters?
Eighteen years after the release of "i am…," Nas fans need to let go of hoping for the 2nd Coming of "Nasty Nas" but pay homage to the clear fork in the road of his artistic career.
The Flygod goes out with guns blazing like Larry Davis, but curbs your enthusiasm like Larry David.
EXCLUSIVE: The Oscar-winning "Moonlight" actor used to moonlight as rapper Prince Ali.
EXCLUSIVE: The Public Enemy MC reflects on the drummer's legacy.
EXCLUSIVE: Dr. Joycelyn Wilson explains how she reaches a new generation by analyzing the work of Migos and Gucci Mane.
The never ending generational rap gap conversation continues but according to Troy Jamerson, it doesn't have to. After all, he's one of the most respected lyricists of all time. What does he know?
The year was 1998 and the odds heavily favored the underdog. And yet and still, Iron Mike watched his understudy fall flat on the canvas. Could history repeat itself?
Rap’s grinches set out to steal Christmas and ran off with a few new gifts.