C-Murder Wants A New Trial
After serving nearly five years of his life sentence for the murder of teen Steve Thomas, C-Murder is seeking another trial. The rapper, whose real name is Corey Miller states that there were irregularities during the original jury’s deliberation...
C-Murder Refuses To Lie In His New Records
Since Lil Boosie was set free after a five-year bid, the hip-hop community has been closely keeping track of his return. After dropping “Wartime” with Webbie, the Baton Rouge superstar followed that with “Came 2 Da Can” featuring an incarcerate…
26 Of The Longest Prison Bids In Hip-Hop History
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Lil Boosie Before The Bid
Lil Boosie Talks To XXL For His First Interview… Before His Press Conference
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Lil Boosie And C-Murder “Came2DaCan”
Its been one week since the release of Lil Boosie and he’s staying busy. After delivering a new collaboration with Webbie, Boosie Boo shares with us today his track called “Came2DaCan.” Featuring vocals by incarcerated rapper C-Murder, its another reason t…
C-Murder Released From Jail To Attend Grandmother’s Funeral
C-Murder was granted a brief moment of freedom to attend his grandmother’s funeral over the weekend.
C-Murder—whose real name is Cory Miller—was given permission to leave the Angola State Penitentiary, where he was captured in several photos enjoying some time with family …
The 10 Best Albums Released Through Priority Records
Earlier this week, Priority Records announced its plans to relaunch in August of this year, with some help from Capitol Records and Insurgency Music. In a statement about the famed label's history, Michael Cohen—the chairman/CEO of Captain Music Group and co-founder of Insurgency—sa…
XXL’s Freshman Class Of 1998: What We Would’ve Said
As we roll out our annual Top Ten Freshman List for 2013, XXL decided to take a look back 15 years to weigh in on who would have been the members of the Freshman Class in the year 1998. All decisions were based on our current Freshman guidelines, meaning entire groups and artists who had released th…

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