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  • DXnext: YC

    DXnext: YC

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    The "Racks" star explains how he was once a Gorilla Zoe protege and who's hopefully going to be on his album, from Drumma Boy to Game.

  • DXnext: Action Bronson

    DXnext: Action Bronson

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    One of the illest new emcees on the scene talks about his culinary influences in his raps, idolizing Kool G Rap, and his gem of an animal "Dr. Lecter."

  • DXNext: Kid Vishis

    DXNext: Kid Vishis

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    Detroit's Kid Vishis explains the friendly competition between himself and his brother Royce Da 5'9" and the importance of practice and versatility in Hip Hop

  • DXnext: John Public

    DXnext: John Public

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    With an average guy persona and a singer/songwriter approach, New York's John Public has mapped out an interesting type of music that may align with what's popping in the mainstream.

  • DXnext: Wax

    DXnext: Wax

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    One of Def Jam's newest artists speaks about his regular guy vibe, growing up on N.W.A. and Nirvana, and medical marijuana and ex-girlfriends.

  • DXnext: Casey Veggies

    DXnext: Casey Veggies

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    Inglewood's Casey Veggies outlines his role in the Los Angeles' Hip Hop resurgence, collaborating with OFWGKTA and cultivating organic raps.

  • DXnext: SL Jones

    DXnext: SL Jones

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    Killer Mike's longtime protege speaks about being an art student with Crip ties, coming up in the Grind Time Rap Gang, and putting on for Little Rock, Arkansas.

  • DXnext: G-Side

    DXnext: G-Side

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    The Huntsville, Alabama duo responsible for making three cult-followed projects has quite the story on how they made it from a city without a music industry.

  • DXnext: Mike Twice

    DXnext: Mike Twice

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    East Atlanta's sensation talks about growing up around Funk, why he turned down deals to write his own raps, and what the Confederate flag means to him.

  • DXnext: Da Circle

    DXnext: Da Circle

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    Immortal Technique and Viper Records' Bronx and Brooklyn connects talks about their just-released "360 Deal" debut, and how they're waving the flag high for hard-body New York Hip Hop.

  • DXnext: Travis Porter

    DXnext: Travis Porter

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    Atlanta's trio talks about enlisting through deejays, the Jive deal and making some of the most listened to mixtapes in Hip Hop.

  • DXnext: YC The Cynic

    DXnext: YC The Cynic

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    The Bronx emcee talks about the underground New York community, his honor in headlining a Southpaw show, and upcoming mixtape "Fall FWD"

  • DXnext: Dom Kennedy

    DXnext: Dom Kennedy

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    One of the west side's new voices says he hopes to follow the path laid down by DJ Quik and Ice Cube, and why "From Westside With Love 2" must be his best work, as it'll be a departure from mixtapes.

  • DXnext: Killa Kyleon

    DXnext: Killa Kyleon

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    Houston, Texas young veteran is down with Slim Thug and Wiz Khalifa, he grew up on Kool G. Rap and EPMD, and he's not stopping till he's at the top.

  • DXnext: Nocando

    DXnext: Nocando

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    This L.A.-to the-Bay emcee says that only he and Nipsey Hussle are keeping it real as new west coast emcees, and talks growing up around Project Blowed, and new album with The Bomb Zombies.

  • DXnext: Smoke DZA

    DXnext: Smoke DZA

    Dxnextposted 4 years ago

    Harlem's "George Kush" tells DX about his extensive Polo rugby collection, how having kids made him take his career up a notch, and an album with Hi-Tek, Big K.R.I.T. and hopefully "Uncle" Pete Rock.