The 2014 HipHopDX Year End Awards

The 2014 HipHopDX Year End Awards honors Emcee Of The Year, Producer Of The Year, and Rookie Of The Year.

The 2014 HipHopDX Year End Awards

2014 Year End Edition Discussing Emcee, Rookie & Producer Of The Year

DX's Year End Awards kicked off today. Join the conversation!

2014 Year End Edition Discussing Emcee, Rookie & Producer Of The Year

Eminem & 50 Cent Discuss Making Of “Patiently Waiting”

Em and Fif used the song to announce to the world that 50’s deal with Shady was legit.

Eminem & 50 Cent Discuss Making Of “Patiently Waiting”

Key! Is At The Center Of Atlanta Hip Hop, But Does He Care?

The enigmatic Key! has helped everyone around him get on, but is he next and does he care? That depends.

Key! Is At The Center Of Atlanta Hip Hop, But Does He Care?

Jimmy Henchman Addresses Bobby Shmurda Arrest, Says Hip Hop “Is Under Attack”

Jimmy Henchman recalls 50 Cent lyrics being used against him "to prove murder."

Jimmy Henchman Addresses Bobby Shmurda Arrest, Says Hip Hop “Is Under Attack”

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The 2014 HipHopDX Year End Awards

The 2014 HipHopDX Year End Awards honors Emcee Of The Year, Producer Of The Year, and Rookie Of The Year.

DX Breaks Down The Fantastic Rise & Fall Of Bobby Shmurda

In this edition of the DX Daily Breakdown, DX details the most unfortunate aspect of Bobby Shmurda's unfortunate series of events.

RedBull’s 30 Days In L.A: A$AP Rocky Says He Hates “These Rappers” & A$AP Mob Discusses The New Album

Backstage at the Palladium in L.A., we chatted with A$AP Mob about a new group record, the A$AP movement, and the state of Rap.

KXNG CROOKED – “I Can’t Breathe”

Just two days after a New York grand jury decided not to indict the police officer who killed Eric Garner, Crooked I drops a dedication track, “I Can’t Breathe.”

Nas, Jimmy Fallon & Big Boi Among New Zulu Nation Members

Honorary Zulu chapter created by Zulu Nation, Jimmy Fallon announced as a member.

First Listen: Staff Reactions To J.Cole’s “Fire Squad”

J. Cole sent shockwaves by calling out Iggy Azalea, Macklemore, and Eminem on a song off "2014 Forest Hills Drive" called "Fire Squad" so we decided to weigh in.