Day: June 15, 2022

2022 XXL Freshman Class Includes Nardo Wick, Doechii, Saucy Santana & More

Congratulations to this year’s Freshman Class! It’s an exciting day for hip-hop heads. XXL Magazine has unleashed their annual Freshman Class round-up, following last year’s induction of Coi Leray, Pooh Shiesty, Morray, Iann Dior, Lakeyah, DDG, 42 Dugg, Blxst, Rubi Rose, Toosii, and Flo Milli. In their announcement post, the publication shared, “The 2022 XXL Freshman Class is breaking the mould.

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Boldy James Says He’s Preparing To Drop A J Dilla-Produced Project

Boldy James says that he’s got “the last of the Dilla stash” and is readying a project produced by the legend. Boldy James says that he’s preparing to release a project featuring beats entirely produced by J Dilla, using the “last of the Dilla stash.” The legendary producer passed away back in 2006 after putting together one of the

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Chloe Bailey Shares Shirtless “Surprise” Cover Art, Announces June Release Date

The 23-year-old dropped off a TikTok previewing the song earlier this week. Thus far, Chloe Bailey’s debut as a solo artist has given us “Have Mercy” and “Treat Me,” as well as confirmation that her debut album will be self-titled. While a release date hasn’t been announced just yet, the 23-year-old did reveal that her latest single will be

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Trick Daddy Calls Out FL Gov. Ron DeSantis: “He Thinks He’s A White European Bigot”

The rapper also spoke about DeSantis’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill, calling it a “racist, biased law.” Florida remains one of the most conservative states in America, so announcements regarding certain laws and policies seen as restrictive don’t come as a surprise. State governor Ron DeSantis has been praised by his followers for moving forward with anti-LGBTQIA+, anti-immigration,

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Jim Jones Talks Once Aspiring To Be An Actor & Explains Why He Doesn’t Rap Battle

The Harlem icon joked that he doesn’t have “thick skin like that to have somebody talk about me in their music.” Decades into his Rap career and Jim Jones isn’t slowing down anytime soon. The Harlem icon has been making waves, collaborating, touring the world, and remaining relevant throughout his tenure, and with each step, his fans have learned

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