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“Drink Champs” is now officially on TIDAL, making N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN the latest partners with the streaming giant, launching with Marlon Wayans episode [VIDEO]

By Jay Rich Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Through his entire run, Jay-Z was always one who was somewhat underestimated. He wasn't the top rapper, immediately, nor did anyone see him becoming "the new and improved Russell." Years later, he's that man, but in the world of business, he faced serious doubts. In the early

Rick Ross talks “Port of Miami 2,” staying neutral in Meek Mill and Wale beef, his boss moves, and more with “Drink Champs” [VIDEO]

By Jay Rich Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer In 2006, Rick Ross made his commercial debut, with "Hustlin,'" which dominated the summer. As Jay-Z was settling into his Def Jam CEO position, he was coming with a lot of talent. Ross was the fourth breakout artist, behind Young Jeezy, Rihanna, and Ne-Yo. Before Rick Ross

DJ Jazzy Jeff talks Philly hip hop scene, how he met Will Smith, knowing he was a star, being older, changes in music, business of DJ-ing, and much more on “Drink Champs” [VIDEO]

By Prince Hakeem Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Originally, hip hop was all about the DJ, and the emcee was only to hype the DJ. But, hip hop, as currently constructed, is all about the rapper, and the DJ fits in later, much later. Some say this isn't the way hip hop should be,

Xzibit talks iconic “What You See Is What You Get” music video, working with Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre, doing “Pimp My Ride,” and more with “Drink Champs” [VIDEO]

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Younger people may know Xzibit best for "Pimp My Ride," and out of touch people may just know him from "Empire." But, make no mistake, the man Xzibit is a real hip hop legend. Debuting in 1996, Xzibit made a lot of noise, on the West

Marlon Wayans about “In Living Color,” Tiffany Haddish’s talent, beef in comedy, his inspiration, growing in his career, and more on “Drink Champs” [VIDEO]

By Prince Hakeem Hip-HopVibe.com Contributing Writer Although he wasn't one of the kings of comedy, Marlon Wayans is one of the kings of comedy. Most consider him among the funniest of his siblings, which says a lot. Just the sheer number of siblings he has, plus all of them being funny, is

Young Dolph talks growing up in Memphis, how the game has changed, and what steps he took as an independent artist while turning down big deals from major record labels on #DrinkChamps [VIDEO]

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Last year, the Memphis hip hop scene began to show its full potential, after years on the hip hop scene. Rappers from Memphis, not all out of the same crew, had success. At the top of the Memphis rap throne, emerged Young Dolph. In 2016, his music

Timbaland details what Missy Elliott taught him, talks secret to his success with Justin Timberlake, beat battle with Swizz Beatz, why he compares Drake to “Black Panther,” and more on #DrinkChamps [VIDEO]

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Underplayed is how Virginia has had a huge impact on the music industry, as a whole. Now, with Teddy Riley opening up more on his story, it is now being spoken on more. The actual Virginia players, though, are Timbaland, Missy Elliott, and Pharrell. Timbaland has made his

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