Should Meek Mill Really Be The Poster Child For Unjust Incarceration?

Should Meek Mill Really Be The Poster Child For Unjust Incarceration?

Immediately after news of the announcement broke, fans and industry peers took to social media to pan the sentence and show support for the rapper.

The question is, should we feel sorry for Meek? It’s important to understand the full spectrum of Meek’s situation and the timeline that has led to this latest sentence.

The Hoodies Are About To Be Two Of Hip Hop’s Brightest Stars

The Hoodies Are About To Be Two Of Hip Hop’s Brightest Stars

If we’re keeping it all the way 100, the schtick of rhyming in a car is beyond played out. Whatever “cool” factor it did possess probably decimated after Carpool Karaoke became your mom’s fav thing to share on Facebook. At least that’s what I thought, until I stumbled onto E-Class (21-years-old) and his younger brother Young Poppa (11-years-old). Collectively known as The Hoodies, they’ve taken a stale concept and (with sheer quality bars) spun it into national viral fame.

Where The Music Takes Me: WizTheMC Finds New Passion In The 6

Where The Music Takes Me: WizTheMC Finds New Passion In The 6

I’m often fascinated by music that I organically discover, as opposed to music that is forced down my throat. As fun as commercially viable big budget music can be, there’s something so motivating about an artist that just creates because—well—they have to. It’s in their DNA.

Slick Rick’s Debut Turns 29

Slick Rick’s Debut Turns 29

As the gap between the old school and new school becomes broader and more apparent, so does the necessity for icons like Slick Rick to be honored. On this, the 29th anniversary of his classic Def Jam debut The Great Adventures Of Slick Rick, we thought we’d take a few minutes to help newer/younger fans understand why us “old heads” hold Ricky D in such reverence after all these years.

Legendary Mixtape Runs: Papoose

Legendary Mixtape Runs: Papoose

Welcome to the first installment of Legendary Mixtape Runs, where HipHopDX takes a look back at some epic mixtape series from yesteryear. We’re not talking about streaming “mixtapes” that are all the rage now; we’re talking straight up mixtapes — the ones you used to buy at barbershops, bodegas or hand-to-hand on your local campus.