Even though his history with the press hasn’t always been the best, Eminem has returned. He has graced the cover of XXL’s newest issue.

Meek Mill’s post prison glow up continues. The Philadelphia MC is gracing the cover of the newest XXL.

Nicki Minaj sat down with XXL for its 20th-anniversary cover story issue and explained that her success made it possible for other women rappers to emerge.

Big Sean has landed on the cover of XXL‘s Spring 2016 issue and he looks more than ready for his close up.

Could there have been a more fitting choice? Kendrick Lamar cover’s the Winter 2015 issue of XXL magazine. 

Vivica A. Fox is getting her stride back in Hollywood with a casting on the current season of Empire as well as the upcoming films, True to the Game and Independence Day: Resurgence. This resurgence didn’t come without its fair share of shade towards her former flame, 50 Cent however.

OG Maco is all about saving the children of the rage from a disastrous tomorrow, even if that means making him the black sheep amongst his rap peers.

Vanessa Satten and her XXL magazine staff are very clever. Every year, they manage to create immense conversation from particular individuals who trend on social media because they are or are not included on the annual Freshman cover.

The XXL Freshman list has undoubtedly waned in popularity over the years, but nonetheless, it can’t hurt for an up-and-coming artist to be named as a next-generation superstar.

XXL Magazine unveiled its spring 2015 cover featuring, Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill and Rick Ross.

Method Man is feeling rather po’ed after his public dispute with RZA but he’s not totally blaming The Abbott for his frustration.

Method Man sent shockwaves through the Wu-Tang Clan temple yesterday when he coldly flipped the middle finger towards the group’s long ballyhooed album, Once Upon A Time In Shaolin. XXL magazine informed the veteran MC that the RZA was planning to release the album in 2103–88 years from now–in concurrence to widespread reports.