Maryland’s rising MC Logic has just inked a deal over at Def Jam and taps No I.D. to executive produce his debut LP. Today, XXL also gives him their Freshman Class freebie of the day. Congrats. Says Logic: I’m excited to take this next step in my career. It’s incredible for Def Jam [Records] and Visionary Music Group to work together and the opportunity to collaborate with a living legend like No I.D. is priceless. I’m very humbled to be apart of the most […]
XXL continues to showcase this year’s class and Joey Bada$$ takes his turn for today’s freestyle. Young, wild and free.
Let the controversy begin once again. XXL has unveiled this year’s freshman class (Chief Keef as the 11th man)
It’s a New York takeover as A$AP and French split the Feb/Mar cover of XXL. In the issue, A$AP recalls the passing of his father and his parents’ musical influence. French discusses his debut album, 50 Cent and the time he was shot. Peep their solo covers below. All three issues hits newsstands February 19.
It’s almost that time of the year when XXL makes their top 10 Freshman list. For YN’s The Truth, he shares his personal
If you got it, flaunt it. So for his partner Statik Selektah and XXL‘s weekly freestyle series, Termanology exhibits his flow on the mic.
Cassidy typically brings his A game to the mic and shows and proves in this week’s freestyle series by XXL and Statik Selektah. Now, only if he can do the same on an actual song.
R&B bad boy Chris Brown and G.O.O.D. Music’s Big Sean close out XXL‘s year in the Dec/Jan issue. Cop these mags up like it’s your last on Dec. 4.
It’s that time of the week. And for Statik and XXL‘s freestyle series, they invite Flint, Michigan’s finest into the booth to do what he does best.