As we continue to celebrate Hip Hop's 50th birthday, we'll look at one of the most fundamental elements of the culture: Emceeing. 

As we continue our celebration of Hip-Hop History Month, take a look at the rappers that made the greatest shift into Hollywood.

In the vibrant world of hip-hop, where beats, rhymes, and culture collide, innovative card game the University of Dope is making waves!

As Outkast takes the top spot of best-selling rap albums with 'Speakerboxxx/The Love Below,' does the full list reflect your fave hip-hop LPs?

Queen Latifah, Method Man & Redman, Rakim, Slick Rick, Swizz Beatz, Salt N Pepa, De La Soul — and that's just naming a few! LL Cool J definitely brought 'em out.

Hip-hop's 50th anniversary celebration is going all year long, and NYC delivers yet again with an immersive exhibit at Hall Des Lumières.

DJ Cassidy is doing it big for hip-hop's 50th anniversary with Pass The Mic LIVE, bringing out 50 rap legends for the NYC show at Radio City.

We take a look back at the obscenity case against the group's "As Nasty As They Wanna Be" album and the impact it made in Hip-Hop.

Ludacris returning after 8 years got us thinking of 8 more rap icons that hopefully will make a comeback soon.

Its been 26 years since we tragically lost the Notorious B.I.G. In this Backstory episode Colby Colb tells the story of BIG from his early days in the streets of Brooklyn through his initial success, relationship with Tupac including a very detailed description of the beef between them and how it caused an East Coast/West […]

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Public Enemy’s frontman Chuck D has been tapped by PBS to unpack the history of hip-hop for a new documentary special.