Donald XL Robertson
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Donald XL Robertson
Donald XL Robertson
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Background information
Donald Robertson Jr.
Born (1973-01-04) January 4, 1973 (age 46)
New Orleans, Louisiana
GenresHip hop
Record producer, Songwriter, Record executive
1999 - present
LabelsXL Productionz, INgrooves/Fontana
Master P, Juvenile, Dawn Gun, Lok Akim, Mos Def, Kanary Diamonds, Stan The Guitarman, Mia X, 504 Boyz, Curren$y, T.I., Bun B, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker, Nas, Trick Daddy
WebsiteDonald XL Robertson [1]

Donald "XL" Robertson is a hip-hop Recording artist & producer and entrepreneur born and raised in New Orleans.


Donald XL Robertson was exposed to soul, Funk & Jazz music at a very young age raised in The Big Easy a city known for its rich jazz and Bounce music heritage. He was introduced to Hip Hop by his parents Donald "Duck" Robertson Sr.& Barbara Robertson when they brought home "Rappers Delight" by The Sugarhill Gang. XL's original Rap name was DJ Jazzy D, although he had already changed it to XL after he had joined BIg Boogie to form the New Orleans-based rap group Strictly Business. He chose the name would always say "why do anything if your not going to do it Xtra Large" (sic)[]


Donald XL Robertson has produced and performed for many groups and solo artists since the mid 90's. These include notable tracks for artist such as Master P. ("Where Do We Go From Here feat: Nas", "Say Brah!","Get Back feat: Curren$y tha Hottspitta","Doubles Check Em feat: Traci aka Patrick Bateman", "Roll How We Roll ft Afficial") Silkk the Shocker ("He Did That Silkk The Shocker", "What's Heaven Like ft Jabo" "That's Just Me ft DJ Break") C-Murder ("Forever Tru", "Watch'Em ft Trick Daddy", "I'm Not Just ft Soulja Slim","Radio Version of "Down 4 my N's ft Snoop Dogg originally produced by KLC", "Ballers ft T-Bo", "Young Thugs ft The Ghetto Commission", "Ride ft Samm") 504 Boyz ("Wobble Wobble ft Mystikal, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker & Magic") Mia X ("He Wanna Pay For it", "Get Crunked Up ft Lil Jon & The Eastside Boys","Verbal Assault ft DJ Cheese", "Forgive Me ft Collage", "Born With the Bomb", "Iz yall Having That") Juvenile ("Nolia Clap" ft Wacko & Skip", "Nolia Clap Remix ft Slim Thug, Bun B, & T.I.", "Get Ya Hustle On") Mos Def ("Dollar Day aka Katrina Clap") Curren$y ("In The Booth", "Strip Club Girls","I Got A Story To Tell", "Grind N") Kanary Diamonds ("I'm Killin' Em ft Stan The Guitarman", "Mirror Mirror", "Paparrazzi", "Number One, "Destiny, "I Rock", "Could it Be", "Have Some Fun") Brandy Norwood" Camouflage Remix and many more.[2]


Solo albums
  • "That's The Business" (2005)
  • "He Did That Instrumental Volume 1" (2005)
  • "It's Like This" (2007)
  • "Strickly Business" (2008)
  • "Strickly Business Reloaded" (2009)
  • "Jumpin Porches" (2009)
  • "Amplified" (2009)
  • "Lookin 4 A Grown Woman" (2010)
  • "Be Free" (2011)
  • "The Un-Intelligent" (2011)


Collaboration Albums



  • XL [6]
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