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  • XXL Magazine revealed that the partnership will include collaborative projects and a focus on continuing the philanthropic works of his K.I.N.G. Foundation.T.I.-Wikipedia
  • Without a title or release date, it was included on a number of "Most Anticipated Albums of 2013" lists (including MTV); Complex ranked it sixth, and XXL fifth.Eminem-Wikipedia
  • In 2003, when XXL magazine asked several hip hop artists to list their five favorite MCs, Wallace appeared on more rappers' lists than anyone else.The Notorious B.I.G.-Wikipedia
  • In an issue of XXL, Ludacris was placed in the number nine spot for the most anticipated albums of 2006, for Release Therapy.Ludacris-Wikipedia
  • The mixtape was described by XXL magazine as ranging from "simple and soundly executed boasts" to "futuristic drinking and drugging jams" to "tales of the grind".Future (rapper)-Wikipedia
  • A number of prominent hip hop magazines such as XXL and Vibe covered the mixtape.Lil Wayne-Wikipedia

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