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  • DXnext: Robert Adam Mayer (Photo Rob)

    DXnext: Robert Adam Mayer (Photo Rob)

    Dxnextposted 3 years ago

    As one of the veteran photographers capturing Hip Hop, Photo Rob has down album covers for Duck Down Music and magazine layouts with J. Cole and Mac Miller. See about his blossoming into videos now.

  • DXnext: BJ The Chicago Kid

    DXnext: BJ The Chicago Kid

    Dxnextposted 3 years ago

    Heard on records with Kendrick Lamar, Freddie Gibbs, Mikkey Halsted and Kidz In The Hall, BJ The Chicago Kid is becoming a buzzing Soul sensation, who's upbringing and style meshes well with Hip Hop.

  • DXnext: Nitty Scott

    DXnext: Nitty Scott

    Dxnextposted 3 years ago

    The Orlando-to-Brooklyn transplant explains "the pretty girl syndrome" within Hip Hop, and previews her "Doobies and Popsicle Sticks" project.

  • DXnext: Nikki Jean

    DXnext: Nikki Jean

    Dxnextposted 3 years ago

    With two celebrated appearances with Lupe Fiasco, a group with Dice Raw and a successful debut featuring Black Thought and Lu on the same song, the lovely Nikki Jean's grind is paying off.

  • DXnext: Kid Red

    DXnext: Kid Red

    Dxnextposted 3 years ago

    Game the editor puts the spotlight on his lil' homie, who the Compton rapper convinced to pursue rapping, and put him in his "Red Nation" video for a very significant Black Wall Street cameo.

  • DXnext: South Side

    DXnext: South Side

    Dxnextposted 3 years ago

    With a placement on Jay-Z and Kanye West's "Watch The Throne" and a heavy hand in Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame's "Ferrari Boyz," producer South Side is having one of his best months ever.

  • DXnext: Gods'Illa

    DXnext: Gods'Illa

    Dxnextposted 3 years ago

    The DMV's brotherly trio breaks down working their self-titled debut, getting Erykah Badu's deejay alias hosting their "CPR Blend Tape," and strong influence from Wu-Tang Clan and A Tribe Called Quest.

  • DXnext: Mike Jaggerr

    DXnext: Mike Jaggerr

    Dxnextposted 3 years ago

    Delware's Mike Jaggerr explains how while his name might cause confusion early on, he's here for the long hall, with plenty of stories to tell, and legendary inspiration.

  • DXnext: Fly Union

    DXnext: Fly Union

    Dxnextposted 3 years ago

    DXnext travels to Columbus, Ohio to get up with the Fly Union trio about touring with Dom Kennedy, their last mixtape, and reppin' the Buckeye State.

  • DXnext: JYoung The General

    DXnext: JYoung The General

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    Meet the Michigan State University alum who began as an Internet-keystyling emcee, and evolved into working with Nick Speed on two volumes of Black History Year. Read why.

  • DXnext: Jon Connor

    DXnext: Jon Connor

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    Nas' favorite new artist explains why he's "cut from that same cloth” as Eminem and why work comes before partying with Plaxico Burress.

  • DXnext: Motion Family

    DXnext: Motion Family

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    The highly creative film crew explains the real life depictions in Yelawolf's "Pop That Trunk," getting on with Atlantic Records, and casting Pill in their short feature "Pretty Happy."

  • DXnext: Machine Gun Kelly

    DXnext: Machine Gun Kelly

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    The outspoken Cleveland, Ohio emcee says he doesn't want to pull a Wiz Khalifa when it comes to making albums, and calls Lebron James a "bitch."

  • DXnext: Rockie Fresh

    DXnext: Rockie Fresh

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    Chicago's Rockie Fresh talks about seeing himself as Hip Hop's future, and early support he received from Kidz In The Hall's Naledge.

  • DXnext: Chevy Woods

    DXnext: Chevy Woods

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    The "Rolling Papers" guest and Taylor Gang member recalls his backwards entrance to Rap, and years of dues paying in the Steel City.

  • DXnext: Brown Bag AllStars

    DXnext: Brown Bag AllStars

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    Some true underground Hip Hop purists speak to DXnext about the "DJ Premier effect," Fat Beats closing, and how they developed a loyal fanbase the old fashioned way.