AllHipHop spoke with Zach Hirsch in downtown Los Angeles to discuss his background, biggest influences, how he got tapped in with Jake Paul and Jadakiss, goals, and more!
Amber Rose discusses getting Nicki Minaj on Kanye’s “Monster,” working with Mannie Fresh, her mental health, going through divorce, her experiences with therapy, her forthcoming album, and more!
Dash & Watson joined forces for ‘Stoned.’
UFO FEV is an alien lyrically. In this exclusive interview, he explains how Diddy inspired him in one call, how Fat Joe mentors him, how Roc Nation fell through and how he’s betting on himself now.
Dave East celebrated the released of his new album with DJ Drama in NYC.
Ice-T is one of the smartest, wisest rappers on Earth. He talks to Chuck Creekmur about dumb rappers, new business and the evolution of rap.
G. Dep was a hit-maker with Diddy’s Bad Boy Records, but now he’s talking about the current day in Hip-Hop with Drake, Lil Baby & Kodak Black.
AllHipHop spoke with Mehgan James in downtown Los Angeles to discuss her time on “Bad Girls Club,” getting a degree for her mom, executive producing her own show, releasing her own music, performing and more!
T.I. and The HaHa Mafia are not really fans of Richard Pryor. They explain why to Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur.
Queen Yonasda talks Wakanda Forever and Revolutionary Healing.
T.I. is the consummate multi-hyphenate and he talks to Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur about everything he’s into now -music, comedy and more.
Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur interviews G. Dep exclusively from prison and they talk about Diddy, Black Rob, Mase, Bad Boy and if he’ll ever return to rap. #part2
Former Bad Boy artist G. Dep talks to Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur about life behind the walls and what he hopes when he gets out.
Grandmaster Jay has submitted a letter to talk to his followers. He was the leader of the world’s largest militia, the NFAC.
Bow Wow is helping a few people find love!
RHQ is still rhythmically weaving his story.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is here!
The 2022 ASCAP Women Behind The Music event celebrated those making a difference.
Kanye West tried it, but the two Black men that own the phrase “White Lives Matter” said “No, Sir.” We talk to them.
David Bars is a part of a new wave of New York rappers that put the focus on skill, lyricism and artistry. Get familiar.