Jadakiss and Fabolous drop by to share shots and chop it up with the Drink Champs crew.
Jim Jones and his soulmate Chrissy talk to the Drink Champs about love and hip hop, the legendary Diplomat crew, and Jim's new hustle as a weatherman reporter.
Singer/songwriter/producer The-Dream stops by to share some drinks and wild stories from his career.
Steve Stoute talks about making a return to music with his best friend, Tone, from Trackmasters.
Irv Gotti, Murder Inc. Records founder, candidly talks about his drug-hazed hitmaking with Ja Rule and Bobby Brown, and how he gave up a 30-year friendship with Jay-Z to align with Nas.
From the REVOLT Music Conference, T.I., Andre Harrell, Angela Yee, and others.
Jermaine Dupri candidly divulges never-before-heard stories behind some of his biggest hits, an everlasting friendship, a studio fail, and past romance with three of the biggest pop queens ever.
N.O.R.E and DJ EFN put the bottles down and pick up the phones for the most sobering episode ever; La La Anthony, Angela Yee, Wyclef Jean, and more call in to discuss the crisis and relief efforts in Puerto Rico and other parts of the Caribbean.
Trailblazing musicians and businessmen EPMD sit down the Drink Champs crew to discuss their pioneering efforts, how LL Cool J's subliminal rap disses them, and their quarrels with Rakim.
Lil' Cease shares even more drinks and hip-hop history gems with N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN; a cameo by Jadakiss.
Rap legend and global jetsetter Tech N9ne throws a few back while discussing the indie hip-hop community, the wisdom of Quincy Jones, his relationship with the Insane Clown Posse, and that infamous Hot 97 interview.
As hip-hop legend Trina plans to drop a duet LP with longtime mic running mate Trick Daddy, she opens up about her breakout moment with T Double D almost 20 years ago; discusses the lack of female unity in society and entertainment.
Boxing's most infamous trash talker, Adrien Broner, discusses his up and down relationship with Floyd Mayweather; gives a prediction on Money May's fight against Conor McGregor; explains why he deserves respect in the ring and on the mic as a rapper.
Lil Cease, Notorious B.I.G.'s little brother, tells some stories, including what what rap legend Biggie almost signed, Big's grand plans for life after Life After Death, and for making The Commission super group with Jay-Z.
The King of the Trill, Bun B, stops by to discuss turning Jay-Z down before Big Pimpin, how the formation of a UGK and 3 Six Mafia supergroup was halted, and the gloriously flamboyant Pimp C.
Wyclef Jean discusses Shakira and how DJ Khaled's Wild Thoughts was inspired by him; having Lauryn Hill, Eminem and Akon locked in his Booga Basement.
Hip-hop renaissance man LL Cool J sits with fellow Queens native Nore to clear up unflattering rumors about his younger days, relive crushing Canibus' career and for the first time delve deep into a life or death situation with a home invader.