Two-thirds of the buzzing Atlanta group reveal unexpected facts about their buzzing tape 'Young Rich Niggas'.
In celebration of El-P and Killer Mike's 'Run the Jewels,' we take a look back at some of El-P's great work that you might not be familiar with.
Even though it’s a great time to be a woman who raps, the hip-hop community still finds femininity alien, if not wildly threatening.
There's been a strange antisemitism renaissance in rap in the last couple of weeks. Though it's a reach to call this a "moment," there's definitely some tension about rappers being offensive right now.
Jason Collins' coming out was a great step forward for professional sports. What does it mean for hip-hop? And when will we have a clear grasp on the nuances of sexuality?
Don't you wish that all street sign's had location-specific rap lyrics on them?
Noisey's go-to rap guy drops a serious mix.
Like the entire startup industry, a lot of rap is just an imaginary arms race where ordinary dudes claim to have things they do not have. This goes for clothes, cars, sex and even drugs.
Monday's Times article on the uncleared samples in Baauer's "Harlem Shake" is little more than poorly-researched hot garbage.
HipHopDX, proving the essence of "Real Hip-Hop" lies within posting as many non-news stories as humanly possible.
If we're going to have a conversation about gun control, we need to differentiate between violence in Chicago and what happened in Newton.
I still can't tell A$AP Nast and A$AP Twelvy apart but that's on me.