In the story, Rozay speaks about his new album God Forgives, I Don’t (in stores July 31), his health scares, being a label head and a solo artist while managing relationships with Def Jam and Warner Bros. Records, and cementing his status as rap super star.
Also in this month’s issue 2 Chainz writes his own story and XXL catches up with a new rap collective gaining heat, Los Angeles’ Black Hippy, which includes members Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q, Jay Rock and Ab-Soul.
The mag also offers a dope story on underground stalwart Jean Grae, and celebrates several anniversaries with special tribute pieces. Eric B. & Rakim’s Paid In Full turns 25, Wu-Tang Forever is 15 and Scarface enjoys a five, 10 and 15-year anniversary of some of his most seminal solo album work.
The July/August issue of XXL is loaded with great stories and much more. Get a copy when it hits stands nationwide on July 14