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Meek Mill Calls Out Louie V Gutta In “0 To 100″ (Freestyle)

Meek Mill previewed his "0 To 100" freestyle a few days ago and made it perfectly clear that he doesn't shy away from confrontation. In the opening bars, Meek aims some sharp rhymes at his former Dreamchasers artist Louie V Gutta: "Rap nigga got my chain snatched, and he ain't even get the chain back/On the news with police, now he talkin' on Twitter/I ain't playin' that...

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XXL Freshmen Live: Kid Ink Performs With Ty Dolla $ign

XXL held our Freshmen 2014 Live show at the Best Buy Theater in New York City on Monday, and we've got your front row pass right here. Nine of our 12 Freshmen performed at the show, and special guests such as Fabolous, Busta Rhymes and Kid Ink swung through to help celebrate performances by Jon Connor, Jarren Benton, Lil Bibby, August Alsina, Kevin Gates, Vic Mensa, Rich Homie Quan, Troy Ave and Ty Dolla $ign...

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hs87 we the plug interview
Hit-Boy and his powerhouse HS87 crew have one goal in the music industry: putting the nostalgic warmth that they remembered as children back into music. Back in September 2013, Hit-Boy preached the same message to XXL. "Just trying to recreate vibes that I got when I was a kid," said Hit. "I can remember my mom playing quality music. I’m not trying to make no shit that I don’t feel like it's quality and get it out to the people. I’m just trying to recreate the vibe, man."

That vibe is evident on HS87's recent collaborative project We The Plug, which dropped earlier this month. That's only possible if you have a group of people who are in sync with the same goal, producing quality music. Rappers BMac The Queen, Audio Push's Price and Oktane, N.No and Kent M$ney, as well as producers S. Dot, B. Carr, Rey Reel and Haze Banga and do-it-all singer/producer/drummer K. Roosevelt have all contributed to the sound of HS87. Hit-Boy brought most of the crew—minus K. Roosevelt, Rey Reel, S. Dot and Haze Banga, who were all at work in the studio—by the XXL office to talk about restoring integrity into music, hearing G-Unit remix their song and being The Plug of hip-hop. —Emmanuel C.M.
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Hit-Boy And HS87 Set Their Sights On Global Domination

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