XXXTENTACION Calls out Jesus and J. Cole on His 2017 XXL Freshman Freestyle

A finale to this year’s XXL Freshman Freestyles.

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Despite the negativity that seems to hover over XXXTENTACION like a cloud, there’s no second guessing that he possesses the talent and tenacity to be part of XXL‘s 2017 Freshman list. XXXTENTACION is next up to deliver his own freestyle for the yearly occasion and now he shares lyrics on the government, Jesus, J. Cole and more. His dark and gritty presentation is one that may raise some questions, but from beginning to end, you start to realize the man’s lyrical prowess.

Take a look at XXXTENTACION’s 2017 XXL Freshman Freestyle above and let us know how it stands against recent ones from Kap G, Aminé and Kamaiyah.

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