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XV speaks exclusively with TheWellVersed about the status on “The Kid With The Green Backpack” and reveals whether some of the earlier collaborations he discussed (Just Blaze, Seven, Passion Pit) are still going to be part of the album. He also talks about his current relationship with producer Seven and offers a list of artists [cont.]
Another track from XV’s Squarians mixtape, over Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like”.
The Well Versed recently sat down with XV and let him explain exactly what is goin on with “The Kid With The Green Backpack,” the added pressure of having a series of successful mixtapes and he reveals another project coming before his debut album.
The kid with the green backpack, otherwise known as XV, has been quiet as of late. While we’re still unsure of when to expect his Just Blaze-helmed Warner Music debut, Mr. X-To-The-V will release a new mixtape this Friday called Squarians. Here is the first single, a freestyle over Dom Kennedy’s “My Type Of Party”.
XV stays on the grind, with this new cut produced by The Awesome Sound.
XV’s Awesome EP is on Itunes now. This version of the track is taken from the Zero Heroes mixtape, however.
Video for XV’s freestyle over Kendrick and Dr. Dre’s “The Recipe”. Directed by Connor Hays from the Popular Culture mixtape.
Another one from Popular Culture, hitting tomorrow.
Hitting June 15th, here is the cover to XV’s upcoming mixtape. Artwork by Mina Kwon. What, no Tetsuo?
From XV’s Popular Culture mixtape, hitting June 15th.
“Popular Culture” coming June 15th, 2012.
XV will drop his next mixtape, Popular Culture, June 15th.
XV’s wrestling obsessing continues with this freestyle over “Cashin’ Out”. Can a themed mixtape be far behind?
XV utilizes Kendrick Lamar and Dr. Dre’s The Recipe instrumental.
Producer extraordinaire Just Blaze sat down with Hard Knock TV’s Nick Huff Barili for an in-depth interview. Just Blaze starts off by talking about Hip Hop incorporating more EDM sounds and how he was ahead of the curb incorporating dance elements into Hip Hop tracks like Joe Budden’s “Fire” back in 2004. As the interview [cont.]
Official music video for “Batteries” featuring Trae The Truth. Produced by The Awesome Sound. Shot & Directed By Philly.
In part 2 of this interview with Nick Huff Barili, XV talks about collaborating with Kendrick Lamar not only on Textbook Stuff but also on tracks to be release in the future. XV agrees with Nick that J Cole’s productions skills are slept on and states that he has 4 tracks produced by J Cole, [cont.]
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