Always "Striving for Perfection."
EXCLUSIVE: The Bronx native also reveals his thoughts on hitting the studio with the Queen Bee in the near future.
With a mix of personal, braggadocio and all-star guests, Term continues to take up the mantle for quality boom bap.
Admit it, you slept on it...
William E. Ketchum III represents DX at the Harlem native's listening party of what will be his biggest album — until his next one.
Boys have a ton of emotions.
The event introduced a custom pair of Brisk sneakers as well as the new Pineapple Passionfruit flavor.
Blank Face LP is a victory not only for ScHoolboy Q, but for a T.D.E. crew.
"Panda" success aside, Future doesn't have any threats with this release.
Going twenty years with an album renown as a classic is quite the remarkable feat and Wyclef Jean knows the feeling very well. As his preps his first album in seven years, William Ketchum III takes the former Fugee back to his days of "The Score" and into the present day of edgy political opinions.
Technically this could be classified as a compilation, but Fabby Davis, Jr. still gets his story out alongside all your favorite rappers.
Too little, too late?
This NYC-based writer shares his unnerving experience at the Irving Plaza shooting, and takes Bill Bratton to task for his comments about Hip Hop.
EXCLUSIVE: Ebro also has a few words for his rival, Taxstone.
“This case is bullshit."
Yes, it's 2016.
Exclusive: The legendary Hip Hop radio personality takes DX on an outdoor excursion to promote "My Voice: A Memoir."
Strange Music’s frizzy-haired, double-time spitter returns with another collection of personal, moving cuts.
Rozay helping the youth boss up on an education.
“Thx to all of you that helped me live out my dreams,” the Slaughterhouse lyricist tweeted.
The baby-faced Dipset MC hasn’t made payments in nearly three years, according to court documents.