Tag: xxl

Rick Ross x MMG Cover XXL

The gang’s all here. Rozay and the hottest crew in the game cover XXL. Issues hit newsstands September 20th. Peep an excerpt below. XXL’s new executive editor, Jayson Rodriguez, moderated a roundtable discussion between MMG stars Wale, Meek and Pill, to find out about each rappers role in the crew, what MMG represents as a team and what gives them an advantage over their competitors. “I think it’s a plus that everybody got their own fan base, they got their […]

2Pac Covers XXL

2Pac Back—and on the cover of XXL. On the 15th anniversary of his death, XXL reaches out to the people that knew him best, including his biological father, Bill Garland. Issue on stands August 16th. “[Tupac] cared for people,” he said. “That was his main thing. He really cared for people. I think that’s why he would get so upset when people tried to question his commitment, his love for Black women or Black men. The East Coast/West Coast, you […]

Birdman Covers XXL

Birdman returns to the cover of XXL. Issue hits newsstands on June 7th, but peep an excerpt below. B’lee dat. “Honestly, I gave him the floor,” Baby says of Weezy. “He wanted it. I been with him since he was seven years old, eight years old. I been in his life all of his life, and he was like, “Let me handle, it.” At the time, me as an artist, losing my sister and everything I was going through personally, […]

XXL Names Greatest 90s Rap Song

Unbeknownst to anyone outside of Harris Publications, XXL published their 250 Greatest Rap Songs of the 90s. Coming in at number one is Dr. Dre’s “Nuthin’ But A G Thang”. Pretty good bad choice. You can read the other 249 selections when the issue hits nationwide next Tuesday. mtv

Lupe Fiasco Covers XXL

Lupe’s no choir boy, but he does cover the May 2011 edition of XXL. Below he gives another reaction to Lasers debuting at number one on Billboard. Issue hits newsstands April 26th. I wasn’t completely overwhelmed, because now I have to go into the business meetings,” he said. “Now I’m waiting for, ‘If you didn’t say you hated the album in that interview, we would have done 300,000.’”

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