Though there won't be an actual awards show for the event, the nominees and winners for the 12 categories will be announced on Jan. 24, 2022.

On Twitter, fans are doing just that in discussing who "The G.O.A.T." Hip-Hop acts are, who is the most overrated, and more.

In his feature cover story XXL's Spring 2020 issue, Future revealed he is still coping with the "Lucid Dreams" untimely passing. He stated that he "It was heartbreaking about Juice. Still to this day, I’m heartbroken," and added, "Rest in peace to Juice WRLD. He’s a great artist. He had so much more to do."

Benny The Butcher has emerged as one of the sharpest lyricists in the game today, adding to the potency of his Griselda Records squad with Conway The Machine and Westside Gunn. In a sitdown with Crooked I for the Crook’s Corner show, the Buffalo rap star shared that Jay-Z advised him to turn down the […]

XXL magazine has revealed its annual Freshman Class. Notables names on the XXL 2019 Freshman Class include Megan Thee Stallion, DaBaby and YBN Cordae.

The Migos clean up nice as they hit the latest edition of XXL as a group and in three separate covers. Due on newsstands December 31, the magazine deems Quavo Migos’ “head honcho,” while Offset and Takeoff are considered the group’s “Certified Star” and “Silent Assassin,” respectively.

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

For many up and coming rappers, landing a slot on the coveted XXL Freshmen list can boost one’s career to major heights. However, Canadian rapper Nav took shots at the outlet’s editor-in-chief Vanessa Satten and called the website trash to boot.

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.

XXL is celebrating its 20th year in existence with a special edition of 20 magazine covers featuring Diddy, Nicki Minah, T.I., E-40 and more.

XXL is releasing more content from their 2016 Freshman Class. This time it’s a video of Desiigner, Anderson .Paak and Lil Dicky going off the top of the dome in a cypher.

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