Bring The Chimichangas.
Why Am I Not Afraid To Die?
Legends Never Die
The Seed Of Creed
Its Too Late For A Name Change
When Your Childhood Comes To Life
The Red Capes Are Coming
Who Let The Dogs Out
No place left to hide
Bring your own swords and sandals.
The Retun of The Other Guys
Bring Him Home.
To Kill A Mockingjay
The devil aint a lie.
The Tastemakers induct the tastemakers.
Old school, new school, all Hip Hop rules.
The biggest hip hop festival in Brooklyn has origins in New Orleans.
Don't feed the animals and don't touch Busta's food.
Q-Tip wants perfection, Brooklyn Bodega just wanted a show. This is the compromise.
A Live Nation for underground artists? Sounds obnoxious enough to work.
Obnoxious New York does not want the Bronx to fade away, so they put it in the heart of their company.
Two men were obnoxious enough to put unheralded MC's on a big platform.
There is no set formula for what makes a classic but maybe Kendrick Lamar figured it out years ago.
HipHopDX's Editor in Chief, Justin Hunte explains how online journalism needs more respect, how HipHopDX documents the culture + more.
By the time you read this, they may have already dropped two new mixtapes.
When your dad is one of the greatest rappers of all time (Big Pun), it gets hard to be you.
Baby Pun and Whispers are ready to make "The Statement" and explain the art of back-and-forth rap.
Can we get much higher? Par City explains how they are creatively peaking since releasing their last project People Power
Two 80s babies decided to remix Janet Jackson's "Rhythm Nation" and explained to us why they did it.
In part 1 of a 3 part series Par-City explains the concept of their new project "People Power" and what goes into making a a project like they did.
DJ Kay Slay is on your Twitter timeline because of DJ Juanyto
Before Drake was So Far Gone, DJ Juanyto didn't give his Comeback Season a chance.
DJ Juanyto explains how Bishop Nehru is the new representative of real Hip Hop for Europe.
DJ E-Stylez had the Eminem "Lose Yourself" sweaty palms (none of mom's spaghetti) when Ebro Darden gave him his first shot at DJ'ing on Hot 97.
French Montana's pet monkey Julius Caesar may have a future in robbery.
DJ Estylez explains how Jay Z bought out Ace Of Spades before he bought the company.
On the final part of DJ Drewski's episode on The Mix Up, he explains how he started The MVMT with Cipha Sounds to wake him up, using women's love for the D (J) to sell clothes and more.
In PART TWO, DJ Drewski explains getting Jim Jones' internet traffic game up, BBQs with Maino and more.
n the DEBUT EPISODE of Cultured Approved's new series The Mix Up, Dominican Drew talks with Hot 97's DJ Drewski about Angie Martinez's move to Power 105, DJ'ing bowling alleys and more.