Lil Xan may be very a lot a lightning bolt on the earth of hip-hop. He appears to need one of the best for the world, preaching an anti-drug message at instances, however he garners an excessive quantity of hate. The climax to all of the hostility got here when the artist made his notorious Tupac feedback, which he claims had been edited to make him sound unhealthy. The most up-to-date bit of stories surrounding him has to do together with his hospitalization as a result of a Flaming Hot Cheeto overdose… The Cheeto story is definitely being coated by nationwide information retailers, which is fairly sensational if you consider it. Xan stopped by Peter Rosenberg’s Open Late present to debate the entire scorching matters surrounding him, together with Cheetos, his claims that he is quitting music, and his friendship with Mac Miller.
Diego was a member of the viewers for Mac Miller’s remaining efficiency at Hotel Cafe and he spoke with him after the present. His preliminary shock on the information of Mac’s passing prompted him to say that he was quitting music as a direct outcome however he later altered his stance. Now, he is planning on going more durable than ever. Xan defined to the host how the Swimming artist’s final phrases to him had been “Be secure,” which resounded strongly with him as he may see he really meant it. Since then, Diego has been really fizzling out of medicine and he says he is more healthy than ever. The trade truly caught with him a lot that he determined to call his subsequent venture Be Safe as considerably of a tribute, one other signal that he isn’t truly quitting music.
If you were not a fan of his earlier materials, Xan could also be gearing as much as redeem himself. He says that Be Safe will probably be stuffed with “actual rap information,” which is certainly intriguing. He even admitted he is a fan of Big L, so perhaps we’ll see some bars influenced by the legend. Or perhaps he’ll simply stroll away with one other large L… solely time will inform.
Hopefully, he can get again in all people’s good books.