Season Premiere of Lifestyle & Fashion

Dammm, I haven’t even started blogging, posting up images or videos yet and the Love is overwhelming. Yall be easy on the Hate you might hurt yourself. Big shout out To all my Sneaker heads, to all my gadget geeks, to all my fashion fakes and to those who just love the Hip-Hop Lifestyle. You’ll see it here first. Ill bring you exclusive product from kicks, to Japanese phones, to interviews w/ Keri Hilson, & Stephon Marbury, to an audio interview w/Mike Tyson about FightNight 4. to the head of Marketing and the head designer of your favorite brand. Im not here to tell you how to dress or even to tell you what to buy, but for those that want to be in the know of Lifestyle and behind the scenes of how other aspects of the industry works check me out daily. XXL is a music mag but every1 knows Lifestyle plays a major part in the world of Hip-Hop. Hit your boy Smiley up any time. Send the hate/love it doesnt matter.

  • http://www.myspace.com/emcdlthemusicprofile EmCDL

    If you bring me Keri Hilson then you are considered a GOD..

    Ok that was a little too much, but for real I’ll be looking forward to what you’ll bring to the table, I’m big on fashion and kicks

  • Stevie B

    No I do not want to read about phones and sneakers on XXL please stop more hip-hop music please. Its bad enough this is turning into a damn gossip rag. XXL is like 2 steps away from becoming a ghetto tabloid please stop.

  • OG Matt Herbz

    Unless they’re all white AirMax 180s, white Champion hoodies, or Levi’s wide-legs, I don’t wanna hear about it.

    –OG Matt Herbz–

  • http://tonygrands.blogspot.com tony grand$

    I agree that lifestyles (no prophylactic) play a huge part of the hip hop experience.

    Just as long as it’s presented in a package that a real hip hop head can underdig (i.e. not fashionistas, fly-boys, backdoor nancy’s, etc.), out of respect for the few “true” fans of the art that still frequent these threads.

    Cats like to be in the loop with the current trends & all that for the most part. It just has to stay hip hop, & not main stream.

    I’m just saying I’d rather not know what Kanye’s wearing this spring or how much tighter Wayne’s jeans have gotten.