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Getty Image If raunchy rap heroines like Cardi B, City Girls, and Megan Thee Stallion already irritate rap purists’ delicate, male-centric sensibilities, those men who’d prefer their female rappers prim and proper would do best to avoid Queen Key. The 23-year-old Chicagoan is pure, distilled sex and comedy, brashly brandishing her femininity and a bawdy, […]

Jordan Peele’s work sits on your chest and stays there for a while after you’ve left the theater. This was true of his Academy Award-winning “Get Out,” but maybe even more so with his sophomore follow-up, “Us.” Don’t get it confused. “Us” is not “Get Out.” The latter reminded audiences of the ever-present danger of […]

Twitter Every year as part of Turner’s partnership with CBS in broadcasting the NCAA Tournament, three quarters of the Inside the NBA crew shift gears from the pros to college ball during March Madness. Ernie Johnson, Kenny Smith, and Charles Barkley join Clark Kellogg to try their hand at college hoops analysis, and, if nothing […]

[embedded content] Share This Video Atlanta trap rap pioneer Waka Flocka Flame and his wife Tammy Rivera aren’t impressed with Daniel Caesar’s assertion that Black people are “mean to white people.” In fact, it’s their view that as a Canadian, he shouldn’t be speaking on Black Americans’ issues with racism at all. That’s what they […]

Pete Rock is back with another update on his forthcoming Return Of The SP1200 instrumentals album. On Wednesday (March 20), the veteran producer took to Instagram and revealed the release date for the project is April 12. He also shared the album’s artwork and gave a special shoutout to The Beat Junkies’ J. Rocc who provides scratches […]

Trevor Noah couldn’t stop laughing at the report that concertina wire stolen from the U.S. southern border is being sold to homeowners in Tijuana, who are using it to fortify their properties. On Wednesday’s broadcast of “The Daily Show,” Noah described the news as his “favorite story of the year” and perhaps his entire life. […]

Atlanta, GA – Dave East woke up to some terrible news involving his longtime friend Cliff Dixon. According to TMZ, Dixon — Love & Hip Hop star Erica Mena’s ex and close friend of Kevin Durant — was shot and killed in Atlanta in the early hours of Thursday (March 21) while out celebrating his […]

March 21, 1966 – DJ Premier is undoubtedly one of the most talented turntablists/producers to ever do it. Born Christopher Edward Martin in Houston, Texas, Preemo and his family soon settled in Prairie View where he attended Prairie View A&M University. In fact, he was still technically a college student when “Words I Manifest” — the […]

Marcel P. Black is officially dropping his 4Tha CLTR EP on Friday (March 22), but the Baton Rouge-based MC is giving HipHopDX readers the opportunity to enjoy a pre-release stream of the project. The five-track EP is Black’s first release since 2017’s Seven. His new project is produced entirely by M Slago, who is known […]

Add another notch in his constantly growing list of legendary accomplishments. CBS News announced that JAY-Z‘ classic 2001 album, The Blueprint, will be added to Library Of Congress. The album will be joined by works from Cyndi Lauper, Dexter Gordon and Cab Calloway, and even a speech from Robert F. Kennedy, among others. Earlier this […]

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