The XXL Freshmen content just keeps on coming in. First, we heard freestyles from each member of the 2016 XXL Freshmen class, then we got to hear their cypher skillz with sets of artists paired up together.
XXL has been rolling one Freshman Freestyle per day this week, and after giving us Anderson .Paak's yesterday, Desiigner's got next. Anderson .Paak may be a singer, but his freestyle was hotter than most rapper attempts. Prime example, Desiigner.
K Camp came through the office recently, and in addition to riffing off his new single "Comfortable," by giving us a list of five ways to make your ladyfriend feel "Comfortable," he sat down to chop it up about the XXL Freshmen cover, and more.
Here goes the third video of XXL Freshmen roundtable discussions. After pairing OG Maco, GoldLink and Vince Staples together for a conversation, we get DeJ Loaf, Fetty Wap and Shy Glizzy speaking on the work that is necessary to make it in the rap game.
Kidd Kidd was the most surprising name on this year's XXL Freshmen cover, but he's attempting to show and prove with his freestyle, released today, as well as his new single "Ejected" featuring Lil Wayne. The newest and youngest member of G-Unit
We've already seen Tink, Shy Glizzy, Fetty Wap, and more hit us with XXL Freshmen freestyles, and now it's OG Maco's turn. The QC The Label rapper has chosen to go the off-the-dome route for his acapella verse, and he manages to pull it off.
There have been a few controversial choices as XXL rolled out their freshmen squad this year. K Camp was not one of them. Today they dropped off his freshmen freestyle. Going a capella accentuates his thick Southern drawl.
XXL kicked off the week with a new Freshmen freestyle from one of two women that graced their recent cover, Tink. Tink swayed back-and-forth from rapping to singing, but today's Freshmen Freestyle from DMV rapper Shy Glizzy is just about bars.
Raury is known as a singer first and foremost, however he spits a mean rap verse when he wants too. His latest single, "Devil's Whisper," incorporates one such verse, and he had no problem doing the usual XXL Freshmen freestyle.
As is customary, each XXL Freshmen is filmed spitting an acapella freestyle for the XXL cameras. After unveiling the new cover at the beginning of June, XXL is ready to start rolling out the freestyles, and they begin with New Jersey's own Fetty Wap.