G-Unit Cover ‘XXL’

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Grand Closing.

G-Unit will cover the final issue of XXL. If you haven’t heard, the magazine was sold to Townsquare and will cease their print format. Sad times. Issue hits newsstands October 17.

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  • smillinkilla

    Waiting on Mac Diesel aka the rap radar yeezus aka B dot’s alter ego. *cues NAS’s “you can hate me now”

  • Hussle

    The Mighty Unit!! They need to start touring already wtf…

  • Mylo

    The unit…

    • true story no lie

      I see you smooth ran that fat walrus looking nigga off the site. Lol west up!

      • Mylo

        Lmao he created another account “been trill” bitch ass nigga…

  • BlueScalise

    The Unit. Waiting for Street King Immortal

  • true story no lie

    I remember love getting a new xxl mag in going to the back to see the reviews. The wave of wack artists made me stop buying. Good to see the unit on the final cover. 50 made xxl alot money when he was on top.

    • bcro31

      A whole lot of money is a understatement. The 2003 cover with em, dre, And 50 is still the highest selling issue to date. Epic cover.

      • young foreign

        Word word I still got that muthafucka

  • ShmIamRealTalk

    THESE NIGGAS AH CHANGE ON YOUUUUUUU

    I CANT KEEP COUNT AH HOW MANY TIMES I DONE WATCH DEM’ CHANGE ON ME

    NOW THEY HATE EVERYTHING I DO

    I CANT HELP BUT WIN.. IMA WINNA

    NIGGA YOU CHANGED ON ME

  • CHINESE ILLUMINATI

    BDOT IS MAC DIESEL! FUCCC MAC DIESEL!! EXPOSED FAGGETSSS!!!

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • el jim chapo guzman

    G unit officially back on top without gay ass game. Ain’t no rap group fuckin with these dude’s.GGGGGGGGUNIT

  • Dan Karlin

    50 being on the final print issue is strangely appropriate.

    On a slightly related note, it’s sad to see the print medium dying so quickly with journalism. And music. And film. And other respective media. I make a lot of fun of Elliott Wilson for his “old guy in the club” persona and his man crush on Jay-Z, but I have always had a lot of respect for him because of his views on keeping print alive and sophisticated. I would still rather buy a magazine or CD/vinyl record long before I drop money on any kind of digital media.

    Also, is RESPECT as a print magazine no longer a thing?

    • RUSirius

      ^^^ 60s baby. GTFOH!

    • Public Hairs

      Elliot is a fucking clown but I do also prefer physical media for the sake of collection purposes (whether it’s music, magazines, etc). It’s just one of those things.

    • Honestly

      You had me until you said you respect Elliott

  • jussayin

    Everybody dressed like its 2003

    • bcro31

      2003 dress code over 2014 anyday.

  • brollya

    g unit part muthufuckin 2, without dead ass gayme

  • The Incredible Creation

    dope.. interesting.. sad.. etc. http://alltheparticulars.blogspot.com/

  • WindyCityG72

    G-UNIT Legendary sh!t!

  • Expired Milk & The Crying Dude

    A bunch of has-beens. Nobody believes you. Give up!

    • bcro31

      Your a 90’s baby aren’t you. Smh.

  • “hustlemania”

    Elliott Wilson ruined that magazine with his dickriding and he still does it on here SMH

    • GT

      dickriding=payola= why hip hop is losing=whitewashing is easier=no more jobs in hip hop for blacks=killing your on culture for $$$=lame nigga shit

  • Bendy

    The G(ay) Unit is back, with cover of hit song they are trying to be relevant, LOL

    • bcro31

      Look everybody a 90’s baby. Nigga types like Floyd Mayweather trying to read a radio drop.

  • NewScottLaRock

    you would think for their last cover they would have done an epic photo shoot instead of this BS here. all these mediums are dying because they havent stayed true to hip hop. they all sold their soul and the devil is telling them to finally pay up. end of an era but the era had cancer so good riddens.

  • MUSTARD TIGER

    whens the last time Game had a magazine cover

  • if it doesnt have the game it is not a real g unit reunion!!!!

  • Today In Hip-Hop

    2001: After the tremendous success of his first two albums, Queens rapper Ja Rule was primed for the biggest album of his career. Enter his third album, Pain Is Love, in October 2001. The album would serve as a career benchmark for the platinum-selling rapper.

    Although it was derided by hardcore fans for its overtly commercial leanings, Pain Is Love entered the charts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, selling 361,000 copies in its first week on its way to being certified triple platinum by the RIAA. The album would feature three of Rule’s biggest singles, “Livin’ It Up,” “I’m Real (Murder Mix)” with Jennifer Lopez and the Ashanti-assisted “Always On Time,” the latter that would land at No. 1 on the Billboard Charts in 2001

    13 years later, Pain Is Love would end up being the pinnacle of Rule’s career as two years later, he would find himself embroiled in controversy; first, with fellow Queens rapper 50 Cent over a personal and a professional rivalry, and finally with the federal racketeering charges levied towards himself and the fellow founders of his record label Murder Inc, Irv and Chris Gotti. Both would contribute to a significant career slide for the rapper. However, Pain Is Love remains Rule’s most successful album and a big achievement for the rapper.

  • PREMERE

    Dam i still have the first issue of xxl magazine….

  • This really is a sad time… #FuckTownsquare