Fetty Wap is killing it right now, you know that. “Trap Queen,” “My Way,” and “Show You” are all bonafide hits, and the XXL Freshman is delivering some new heat for ya’ll to cruise to. The Patterson, NJ native is giving you two new cuts in “Sumn Quick” and “Ride or Die.” Peep both after the jump… this is Fetty’s summer!
Much like his fellow XXL Freshman counterpart, Shy Glizzy is wasting no time getting the ball rolling on capitalizing on his new status. Here he teams up with 30 Glizzy (I didn’t know there were other Glizzys?) for “Going Down,” a new cut produced by Nito Beats. Check it out after the jump.
Well folks, your 215 XXL Freshman Class is here. As expected there’s plenty of talent on the list, with some already making serious moves. Of course, Fetty Wap has the #2 song in the country with “Trap Queen” and OG Maco recently inked a record deal with Motown/Universal. There’s also Vince Staples who has his debut album dropping soon. Check out a full list of the 2015 XXL Freshman Class after the jump.
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XXL calls on none other than Drizzy Drake to cover their 150th issue of the magazine. For the cover story, the Toronto MC speaks on his upcoming Nothing Was The Same LP, his return to acting, his relationships with other rappers in the game and more. Story excerpts after the jump. Read More
XXL releases the third of their Freshmen Cyphers, this time featuring Dizzy Wright, Logic and Angel Haze over Jahlil Beats production. Overall, this is surprisingly probably the strongest of them all.
XXL drops the second of the 2013 Freshmen Cyphers, this time featuring Kirko Bangz, Trinidad James, and Q over production from v12 The Hitman. This would’ve been a lot better (and less painful) had Q just handled the whole thing himself.
Joey Bada$$, Action Bronson, Ab-Soul, and Travis Scott go in over a Jahlil Beats instrumental for the first XXL Freshmen cypher.
Baltimore’s Logic grabs the mic for today’s XXL Freshmen Freestyle.
Ab Soul takes the mic for today’s XXL Freshmen Freestyle.
Travis Scott drops a quick a capella freestyle as a part of XXL‘s Freshmen Freestyle series.
XXL is making quite the statement with their latest cover.