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MGK “Show N Off” Freestyle

[brightcove vid=1886223873001&exp3=735056479001&surl=http://c.brightcove.com/services&pubid=616302911001&pk=AQ~~,AAAAj36EHhk~,2pR1tWM5uVhnbSj--UUJCXbI03wJZIun&lbu=http://www.xxlmag.com/video/2012/10/xxl-presents-machine-gun-kellys-show-n-off-freestyle-with-statik-selektah-video/&w=480&h=270] Keeping it short and simple, MGK brings his talent to the rhyme booth for XXL and Statik Selektah’s latest freestyle series. Be sure to pick up Lace Up today.

Prodigy “Show N Off” Freestyle

[brightcove vid=1878554672001&exp3=735056479001&surl=http://c.brightcove.com/services&pubid=616302911001&pk=AQ~~,AAAAj36EHhk~,2pR1tWM5uVhnbSj--UUJCXbI03wJZIun&lbu=http://www.xxlmag.com/video/2012/10/xxl-presents-prodigys-show-n-off-freestyle-with-statik-selektah-video/&w=480&h=270] Following the lead of Beanie, Prodigy now scribbles his raps on the mic for the latest installment of XXL and Statik’s new freestyle series.

Beanie Sigel “Show N Off” Freestyle

[brightcove vid=1873061297001&exp3=735056479001&surl=http://c.brightcove.com/services&pubid=616302911001&pk=AQ~~,AAAAj36EHhk~,2pR1tWM5uVhnbSj--UUJCXbI03wJZIun&lbu=http://www.xxlmag.com/video/2012/10/xxl-presents-beanie-sigels-show-n-off-freestyle-with-statik-selektah/&w=480&h=270] Beanie displays some lines from his rap book with the first installment of XXL and Statik Selektah’s new freestyle series.

Black Hippy XXL Photo Shoot

[brightcove vid=1728958645001&exp3=735056479001&surl=http://c.brightcove.com/services&pubid=616302911001&pk=AQ~~,AAAAj36EHhk~,2pR1tWM5uVhnbSj--UUJCXbI03wJZIun&lbu=http://www.xxlmag.com/video/2012/07/behind-the-scenes-of-the-black-hippy-crews-xxl-photo-shoot/&w=540&h=350] See how Kendrick Lamar, ScHooboy Q, Ab-Soul and Jay Rock strike a pose for their new feature in XXL‘s upcoming issue. Magazine hits newsstands July 14.

Rick Ross Covers XXL

Ross has the Midas touch on the front of XXL‘s July/August 2012 edition. Issue hits newsstands July 14th and in it, he touches on: His health scares, being a label head and a solo artist while managing relationships with Def Jam and Warner Bros. Records, and cementing his status as rap superstar.

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