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Xzibits MTV Cribs Show on XzibitCentral.com for you to download!

Posted 20 January 2007 by Justin Russo | | No Comments »

Hey Xzibit fan!

Just letting you know that i’ve put the full MTV Cribs Xzibit special up on the website for everyone to download!

The show takes you on a tour of Xzibits house that he owned a few years ago. It gives you a little insight into what goes on in Xzibits daily life so be sure to check it out.

To download the MTV Cribs special, just go to http://www.xzibitcentral.com/home.php and click the first picture to start the video!

The video is 70mb in size and its well worth the download. Feel free to tell your friends, send it around, make it into a torrent and share it with the world, upload it to YouTube and Google Video – the same goes for all the Xzibit videos on XzibitCentral.com – download them and share them around!


Justin – XzibitCentral.com

Justin Russo – Owner of XzibitCentral.com

400 New Xzibit Pictures added to XzibitCentral.com’s Picture Gallery

Posted 16 January 2007 by Justin Russo | | No Comments »

There have been close to 400 new Xzibit pictures added to the Xzibit Picture Gallery on XzibitCentral.com

You can access the Picture Gallery by clicking on the “Picture Gallery” link on the left side of this page.

Enjoy the new pictures!

XzibitCentral.com – 4 Years running and still growing!

Posted 02 January 2007 by Justin Russo | | No Comments »

XzibitCentral.com – 4 Years running and still growing!

Well, today marks the 4th year XzibitCentral.com has been open to the public.

Throughout this time the web site has grown substantially and eventually Xzibit himself found the site and started calling it the official Xzibit web site. Since then the web site has had input from the man himself, through interviews, comments to myself and the feature of the web site address in the latest albums book!

Personally the site has gone from a small time hobby to a close to full time job – I’ve been lucky enough to meet Xzibit which was an awesome experience, so I’m grateful that all the hard work and effort put into this has not gone to waste!

To date, we’ve had over 6,418,000 page views – that equals a whopping 4,400 page views per day!

Keep watching XzibitCentral.com in 2007 and be sure to sign up to the forums to stay up to date with all the latest Xzibit information!

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The Game vs Xzibit beef is over – Game speaks on the beef between himself and Xzibit

Posted 17 December 2006 by Justin Russo | | No Comments »

Last week, Snoop Dogg said West Coast artists shouldn’t hate on each other. Apparently the Game agrees.

“Us on the West Coast, we are the biggest and worst enemies of our own self,” Game said. In last week’s Mixtape Monday, Snoop called for Game and Ras Kass to make peace. “Every time somebody from the West rises — I think Snoop will tell you the same thing — [some other West Coast artists] will try to hate you down. You just gotta keep your head up, man. … A lot of these guys are cats I tried to help. You gotta help yourself more than I can help you. I don’t think they understand that. But I got love for all my West Coast MCs, anybody from the West Coast. I am the West Coast.”

Game says at one time, he too had a little hate in his blood and sparked off a feud with Xzibit. The beef officially ended a few months ago when X-to-da-Z recorded a verse for the Game’s collaboration with Snoop, “California Vacation.”

“I brought the track to Snoop and said, ‘This joint is a West Coast joint,’ ” Game said of how the song materialized. “I said I didn’t want to do it if it’s not 100 percent what it used to be. He said, ‘Fo sho, nephew.’ He laid it down.

“I took it back to the studio, I was gonna finish the third verse,” he continued. “Xzibit walks through the door. … Nose snarling, I turned into a pit bull when I saw Xzibit. There was some friction between me and Xzibit, and it was by me — me being a disrespectful West Coast artist. I said some things about Xzibit, he said some things back through the media. There was always hatred. I had that West Coast hatred. I was telling you about some of these young guys who have hate, but I shook it fast. [X] reached out his hand, I reached out mine. I told him I had this West Coast verse, played me and Snoop’s verse, he blew a little something, wrote a little something, and it is what it is: ‘California Vacation.’ West Coast unity.” …

Xzibit And ‘Pimp My Ride’ Coming To Playstation, Xbox 360

Posted 20 November 2006 by Justin Russo | | No Comments »

Xzibit will hit Playstation’s and Xbox 360’s this holiday season as the main character in Activision’s newest game Pimp My Ride.

The game is based on the hit television show of the same name, which features the rapper/actor transforming old, beat-up cars into lavish, exotic, luxury vehicles.

Users navigate through the fictional Pimp City, with a timed goal of besting a rival shop that is working on similar, tricked out ride.

Other features include open racing through the streets of Pimp City and a mini-game called “Ghost Whip The Ride,” that allows gamers character to dance next to their moving pimped out ride.

Pimp My Ride the game is slated to hit stores in time for the holiday season.

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Xzibit Pimp My Ride Birth Date: 18 Sep 1974
Birth Place: Detroit
Birth Name: Alvin Nathaniel Joiner

A name familiar to millions across the world - a hustler in the music, film, and television world, X is a performer as likely to be seen on-stage thrilling listeners in Germany as he is on cinema screens in blockbuster franchises like xXx 2 and The X Files: I Want To Believe. Let him tell it and he is simply "a self-made man from poverty." Throughout his career he's embodied a Do-It-Yourself mentality, resulting in the Platinum recording artist becoming a superstar with a formidable fanbase that spans the entire globe.

X began his grind to superstardom as he came to the attention of attentive Hip-Hop listenersas a member of the revered rap collective Likwit Crew. Founder and West Coast Hip-Hop veteran King Tee enlisted raucous group Tha Alkaholiks and newcomer X into the clique as original Likwit representatives. From there, the tenacious X unleashed his 1996 debut, At The Speed Of Life. Considered by many to be an underground rap classic, it arguably made him the breakout star of the Likwit collective. The album also spawned a definitive West Coast Hip-Hop cut in the cautionary "Paparazzi." "That song still gets a crazy reception from my fans," says its creator. "It first blew up overseas, but it ended up travelling everywhere. It's a timeless record." With enlightened Hip-Hop listeners swarming to offer their approval, he swiftly followed up this release with another Hip-Hop staple. Sophomore release 40 Dayz & 40 Nights was lauded by critics and fans alike, as its lead single "What U See Is What U Get" spent an astonishing six weeks atop the chart on BET's Rap City... read more at the Xzibit Biography page.


Pimp My Ride DVD Cover Season 1 Mr X to the Z and the good people at West Coast Customs make people's cars go from dirt to pimped in this 30 minute show that airs weekly on MTV. Featuring Los Angeles-area aftermarket shop West Coast Customs, “MTV Pimp My Ride” selects young, automotively challenged Southern Californians and transforms their rust buckets into triumphs.

For many young adults, getting the insurance or finance to fix up their cars can be difficult and taking out a car loan is often no an option. “It’s not just about the cars anymore,” X said, but also “the boost that these kids get in their self-esteem. You can see it in their faces.” "Everybody has had a bucket in their life," said X, using L.A. slang for a clunker. He has had two of his own rides — a Hummer H2 and a Mercedes-Benz S500 — "pimped" at West Coast Customs. A typical episode begins with X paying a surprise visit to the viewer and humorously highlighting the car's numerous problem areas. Then it's off to West Coast Customs, where a team of professionals disassembles the vehicle and completely refurbishes it with custom rims and paint, plush interiors and the latest in lighting, car audio and video accessories. Wheels, Grilles, Body Kits, Customer Paint, Rims, Tires, Car Audio, Car DVD Video and Computer Systems, and many more crazy additions are transplanted into a Pimped Rides every episode! ... read more at the Pimp My Ride page.

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