Gary, Indiana native and rugged lyricist Freddie Gibbs is back in full effect with the release of his highly anticipated You Only Live 2wice album. No guest features on this one, so if it goes double platinum…you know what to do. Gangsta Gibbs already set it off with “Crushed Glass,” and he continues to put . . .
Freddie Gibbs dropping lyrics over dramatic BADBADNOTGOOD and KAYTRANADA production? Sound amazing. Guess what? It is. “Alexys” is as good as you’d think it would be. Freddie spares no details as he paints a picture with his words once again. You Only Live 2wice releases on March 31st, and can be pre-ordered via iTunes. Stream . . .
Freddie Gibbs‘s You Only Live 2wice album is set to release on March 31st. In the meantime, he hit the streets of Los Angeles to drop a video for “No Prblms,” his new freestyle over 6LACK‘s “Prblms.” Gangsta Gibbs is never one to be played with, and he continues to make that apparent with every . . .
Freddie Gibbs has been through a lot as of late, and his new video for “Crushed Glass” reflects that. The Gary, Indiana native was formally charged with sexual assault, and was facing up to ten years in prison. As those charges have been acquitted, it seems that Freddie’s ready to get back to business. His . . .
Gary, Indiana-hailing emcee Freddie Gibbs is as rough and rugged as ever on his latest joint, “Overtime.” Guest appearances from Young Buck and Hit Skrewface are definitely on topic, as all three address the mentality it takes to rise above expectations despite the odds. This track appears on a Traps-n-Trunks compilation project. Stream “Overtime” below.
Australian group The Avalanches has already collaborated with Danny Brown and MF Doom for “Frankie Sinatra.” This time around, they’ve joined forces with Freddie Gibbs for “Bad Day.” While “Frankie Sinatra” had a warbling, lurching, disorienting feel to it, “Bad Day” quickly hits a sweet spot thanks to a beautiful soul sample and chill instrumentation. . . .
Toronto-bred bass maniacs Zeds Dead have teamed up with Freddie Gibbs to make a new ethereal emotive cut, “Back Home.” The tune is the first on Zeds Dead’s newly announced label, Deadbeats. It’s not the group’s first forray into hip-hop as they released mixtape on Mad Decent a few years back called Victor, and they’ve worked with Sean Price. . . .
Freddie Gibbs starts off his “Freddie Gordy” video with a tribute to Bay Area legend The Jacka. The dark, hazy video shows Freddie in a conflicted state as he outlines the issues he finds with himself, those around him, and the world as a whole. Watch the video for “Freddie Gordy” below, and check out . . .
Freddie Gibbs is a rough, rugged lyricist whose aggressive nature is a perfect fit for a song called “Money, Cash, Hoes” that is in the same vein as the Jay Z and DMX original. Stream the Beat Bully-produced “Money, Cash, Hoes” below.
Spoiler: he killed it. Any time Freddie Gibbs steps in the booth, you should prepare yourself. This time is no exception. The man known as Gangsta Gibbs put his own spin on Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar‘s “No More Parties In LA,” renaming it “Cocaine Parties In LA.” Listen for yourself. We’ve been waiting for . . .
Fresh off his Shadow Of A Doubt (see our review here) album release in November, Freddie Gibbs is back with two freestyle for the fans. Gordy. #SOD A photo posted by Freddie Gordy (@freddiegibbs) on Jan 8, 2016 at 11:16am PST On “Dead Presidents” Gibbs rides over a Jay Z sampled instrumental produced by Sid “Speakerbomb” Miller. . . .
It’s been a minute for Freddie Gibbs. 2014 was arguably his biggest year yet with the release of Piñata, a collaborative LP with Stones Throw legend Madlib that saw the Gary, Indiana rapper expand his range to include smooth soulful loops, bringing new life to his lyrics. Released independently through Madlib’s Invazion label the project . . .
Freddie Gibbs, Gucci Mane and E-40 hail from different parts of the hip-hop world, in terms of style, substance, and region. That doesn’t stop them from joining forces for “10 Times,” which has all the makings of a certified banger. Produced by Sid “Speakerbomb” Miller, this track sets the stage for Freddie’s Shadow Of A . . .
It’s like a generation gap-bridging, lyrically intensive musical match made in heaven. Freddie Gibbs teams up with the legendary Black Thought for “Extradite,” a Mikhail-produced single paying homage to earlier eras of hip-hop. Stream “Extradite” below, and check out the recently released “Packages” afterwards. Pre-order Freddie’s Shadow Of A Doubt album via iTunes.
Coming strong off a highly raved collaborative project with Madlib in 2014 in, Pinata, Freddie Gibbs is back. He’s announced that his new project, coming soon, will be entitled, Shadow of Doubt, and will feature 15 tracks overall. Guest appearances will come courtesy of Gucci Mane, Black Thought, Tory Lanez, and E-40 to name a few. Production . . .