As the Rap Album Of The Year campaign continues, Pusha T shares his thoughts on Kendrick Lamar's "Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers," the Clipse reunion, and what classic album he'd compare "It's Almost Dry" to.
Three months after the release of "Street Poetry," Hunxho is back with "Xhosen," his second project of 2022. The self-proclaimed street poet is clearly showing no signs of stopping, so get familiar with the Atlanta-bred artist with our exclusive interview.
Several veteran artists, from RZA to No I.D., have sold huge percentages of their musical catalogs in recent years, and in HNHH's cover story with Rick Ross, the Boss breaks down what that actually means.
Fresh off of the release of his new album, "Why Not?", Toronto's Kofi details the process behind his new album, conversations with Drake, transitioning from Team Canada athlete to music, and the current state of Toronto's rap scene.
With famous parents like Lil Wayne and Toya Johnson, Reginae has grown up in the spotlight. Her latest gig is as a host on ALLBLK's weekly series and she spoke with us about the show, balancing yet another business move, looking to her parents as motivation, and why she has an advantage because she knows what it's like in the hot seat.
Beasley provides a detailed introduction to the Ultimate Rap League (URL), discusses Drake's involvement, explains the importance of battle rap in today's Hip-Hop culture, and reflects on some of the greatest battles in URL history.
Chicago native Dreezy has spent the last decade racking up accolades in the industry. In our "Ladies First" interview, she talks about working with Hit-Boy, receiving her flowers from Coi Leray, collaborating with Issa Rae on "Rap Sh*t," while explaining why she's an "emotional gangster."
Curren$y discusses the evolution of his working relationship with The Alchemist, his biggest takeaway from his time with No Limit & Cash Money, and why he was more lyrically focused than ever on "Continuance."
Melii opens up in an exclusive interview, from working with Michael Rainey Jr. for the "Hey Stranger" music video, a Tory Lanez joint project, to the most surreal moments of her career, and how she handles the pressures of the fame.