Freddie Gibbs talks with B-Real TV about his new album with Madlib, Pinata, as well his favorite gangster movies and characters.
Gangsta Gibbs returns with new post-Pinata music. Produced by Lifted.
#BittersweetVictory May 20th. Produced by Alex Isaak.
Gary, Indiana’s Freddie Gibbs has built up a solid buzz for himself over the last couple of years, being recognized as one of XXL’s Freshmen cover stars and landing a short-lived deal with Young Jeezy’s CTE imprint. With a long list of pending projects, perhaps the most anticipated of these was what was once called [cont.]
Madlib teams with Freddie Gibbs for the release of Pinata on Stones Throw today, which you can stream below via Spotify. Includes guest shots from Raekwon, Danny Brown, Domo Genesis, Earl Sweatshirt, Scarface, Ab-Soul, Polyester The Saint, BJ The Chicago Kid, Big Time Watts, G-Wiz, Casey Veggies, and more.
Freddie Gibbs takes care of some unfinished business after his departure from Young Jeezy’s CTE imprint, on this cut from his new album with Madlib, Pinata, which hits March 18th.
Sauce McKinley’s project “The Appetizer” is dropping March 24th for free download & on iTunes. For every copy of The Appetizer sold, Sauce and company will serve a meal to a child in need. Produced by Braden Blair, Matt Cody, Sauce McKinley.
This well connected individual out of CA delivers a star-studded debut mixtape, backed by the production of Pharrell, and featuring an extensive guest list, including Kendrick Lamar, Miley Cyrus, Freddie Gibbs, Asher Roth, Robin Thicke, The Cool Kids, and more.
ESGN crew reps for the thots on this Player’s Club inspired vid.
Produced by Polyester, from the album, Idle Time, due February 25th.
A mythical album no more. Freddie Gibbs and Madlib’s long-awaited Pinata LP will drop March 18th. 1. Supplier 2. Scarface 3. Deeper 4. High ft. Danny Brown 5. Harold’s 6. Bomb ft. Raekwon 7. Shitsville 8. Thuggin’ 9. Real 10. Uno 11. Robes ft. Domo Genesis & Earl Sweatshirt 12. Broken ft. Scarface 13. Lakers [cont.]
Rapper Freddie Gibbs stops by the “All Purpose Show” to talk with Prince Paul about how the rap game is now the “Wild Wild West,” and only rapping about what he knows.
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib’s Pinata will be released March 18, 2014. Listen to “Robes” featuring Earl Sweatshirt & Domo Genesis, debuted last night by Benji B on BBC Radio 1.
Trae Tha Truth teams with the Bay Area’s DJ Fresh for this new Tonight Show EP project, hitting January 21st. Check the full tracklist below. 1. The Tonight Show with Trae Tha Truth! 2. Pain (feat. Philthy Rich, J. Stalin) 3. Go Away (feat. Mitchy Slick) 4. Wit It (feat. Problem, Freddie Gibbs) 5. Like [cont.]
From 2013′s ESGN.
Crown-wearing lion looking into space pensively. Guest shots from Freddie Gibbs, Consequence, Jon Connor, Peter Jackson, Waka Flocka, Talib Kweli, DJ Paul, Joell Ortiz, Riff Raff, OJ Da Juiceman, Young Buck, Sheek Louch, and more. Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
Free music from Gangsta Gibbs, with Cookin’ Soul on the beat.
Freddie Gibbs delivers the second, official video for “Dueces”.
Produced by Young Chop. For the video, Freddie Gibbs “samples” Tyson’s fight with Evander Holyfield, which found Iron Mike biting his ear.
Gangsta Gibbs continues to keep it G and in our latest episode as the Gary, Indiana representative talks about purchasing the Geto Boys 1991 album We Can’t be Stopped, regretting wearing clothes backwards during the Kris Kross’s era, and tossing the blame on his Uncle Greg as a kid.
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