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Roddy is a star and there is no doubt about it. Check out his Freshman Freestyle above.

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G-Eazy Covers XXL Magazine

A gangsta and a gentleman are hip-hop’s latest stars. 21 Savage and G-Eazy step into a new season as the cover stars of XXL Magazine’s spring 2018 issue. The rappers, each with their own individual cover shot by photographer Travis Shinn, welcomed XXL into their respective homes in the months leading up to their solo cover debuts for exclusive interviews to discuss their lauded careers. Read more…

Tyga sits down with XXL to talk about acting in the upcoming third season of MTV’s ‘Scream’ television series. Peep it above and let us know if you are tuning in to watch the show.

Kamaiyah opens up about her music and movement in this 2017 XXL Freshman interview.  The 10 rappers in the 2017 XXL Freshman Class are Kamaiyah, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, PnB Rock, Madeintyo, Playboi Carti, Aminé, Kap G, Kyle, Ugly God and 10th Spot winner XXXTentacion. Keep it locked in for more on the Freshman as it rolls out.

Kamaiyah does her thing in his 2017 XXL Freshman freestyle. The 10 MCs in the 2017 XXL Freshman Class includes the Bay Area’s Kamaiyah, The Bronx’s A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Philadelphia’s PnB Rock, Tokyo representer Madeintyo, Atlanta’s Playboi Carti, Portland’s Aminé, Atlanta’s Kap G, Ventura, Calif.’s Kyle; Houston’s Ugly God and 10th Spot winner XXXTentacion.

We will be he highlighting some of the West Coast’s potential this week from XXL. “G Perico explains why he deserves to be a 2017 XXL Freshman. Vote for your favorite artist in the 10th spot HERE. Let us know!

1482085469707-630120926As two men at the top of their game, Kendrick Lamar and President Barack Obama have a few things in common. Rap fans flipped out when the two met for the first time and now that Obama’s time in office is coming to a close, hip-hop has shown the nation’s first Black president more love than ever. XXL caught up with Kendrick before his American Express pop-up show in Brooklyn Friday night (Dec. 16) to hear his thoughts on Obama’s past eight years and what he’s done for hip-hop. Read more…

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