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Lil Wayne Covers July/August 2011 Issue of XXL Magazine
Lil Wayne graces the cover of the July/August 2011 issue of XXL Magazine. In the cover story, veteran hip-hop journalist Shaheem Reid chats with Lil Tunechi about a variety of topics, including his new album, fatherhood, his Young Money imprint and possible retirement...
Lupe Fiasco Gives More Details on Suicidal Thoughts in XXL
The last year has been an uphill battle for Lupe Fiasco. From conflict with his record label and subsequent fan boycott to his 'Lasers' album finally scoring a release date, Lupe appears to have lots to be happy about, especially since he landed at the top of the Billboard charts with the …
XXL Gives Aspiring Rappers a Platform With Phone App
XXL Magazine is giving aspiring rappers a potentially innovative platform to be heard by industry figures and fans with its first official iPhone app.
While the app features six functions like news, trivia and lifestyle trends, the most unique is a feature called "Ready or Not," which allow…
Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse Sign to Eminem’s Shady Records
Eminem will appear on the March cover of XXL magazine alongside Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse, to detail his decision to sign both acts to his Shady Records imprint.
After months of speculation, Eminem has finally confirmed that both Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse -- which includes rappers, Royce Da 5&ap…
Shyne Talks Judaism Conversion and Name Change
Four years ago, in the midst of serving a 10-year sentence for a now-infamous New York club shooting involving Sean "Diddy" Combs, word got out that Shyne had formally converted to Judaism and changed his name to Moses Levi. Now free, and the subject of a new cover story in 'X…