Freeway reunites with Just Blaze many years after their last collaboration, from his new album Diamond In The Ruff, hitting November 27th. Bonus, Freeway freestyles for the We Run The Streets 3 DVD in the clip following.
Freeway is gearing up for the release of his new album, Diamond in the Ruff, which comes out next Tuesday, November 27th. Today, he’s releasing the video for the first single,”Jungle,” which was filmed entirely in his hometown of Philadelphia. Arguably the most revered lyricist to ever come out of Philadelphia, Freeway uses his “life-or-death [cont.]
Freeway is gearing up for the release of his new album Diamond in the Ruff, out November 27th. On the album, Freeway reunites with super producer Just Blaze, for the song “Early,” the first collaboration between the two since Just Blaze helmed the bulk of Freeway’s now-classic 2003 debut Philadelphia Freeway. Freeway took a recent [cont.]
Arguably the most revered lyricist to ever come out of Philadelphia, Freeway, returns to his roots, once again using his powerful voice to drop gems on listeners with his highly-anticipated solo album, Diamond In The Ruff. Serving as his first official full-length album since teaming up with Jake One for the critically acclaimed 2010 project, [cont.]
Freeway spits in BET’s The Backroom. Look for his new album, Diamond In The Ruff, Nov. 13th on Babygrande.
Freeway will return on November 13th with Diamond In The Ruff. Here is a look at the tracklist. 1. Right Back (featuring Marsha Ambrosius) 2. Greatness (featuring Vivian Green) 3. The Thirst 4. Wonder Tape 5. No Doubt 6. Dream Big (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 7. Early 8. Ghetto Streets 9. Numbers (featuring Neef Buck) 10. [cont.]
Honing in on the modern man’s struggle, Journalist 103 uses his words to paint vivid pictures of peril, inspiration and overcoming hardship. As the lyricist behind The Left’s critically acclaimed 2010 opus, Gas Mask, Journalist maneuvered through obscurity and rose to infamy as one of Detroit’s most celebrated narrators. Throughout the years, he has shared [cont.]
This past Friday, Freeway released “Jungle,” the first official single from his forthcoming album, Diamond In The Ruff. Freeway also used the occasion to announce a new release date, November 27th, for the album, and while fans may be saddened at the news that they’ll have to wait an additional two weeks before getting their [cont.]
The beards are in the building.
Freezer introduces the first single from his next LP, Diamond In The Ruff, hitting November 27th on Babygrande. Produced by Incredible Stro.
Freeway will finally release his long-awaited follow-up to The Stimulus Package, with the long-awaited Diamond In The Ruff LP, due November 13th on Babygrande. Freeway will also tour in support of the album, dates are below.
Lead single to JR & PH7′s The Good Life, hitting November 6th. The full-length project will include appearances from Phonte, Roc Marciano, Sean Price, The Kid Daytona, Guilty Simpson, Skyzoo, Torae, FlyUnion and more.
Jake One sits down with HipHopSite.Com to speak on his just released LP with Brother Ali, Mourning In America & Dreaming In Color, working with Dr. Dre on Detox, Freeway’s next album, working with MF Doom, and much more. HipHopSite.Com: First off, what are you using to produce? Jake One: Pretty much, the foundation of [cont.]
Produced by B. Jones, from Free’s upcoming free mixtape Freedom of Speech, hitting October 16th.
Freeway has teamed up with NYC indie imprint Babygrande to release his next LP, Diamond In the Ruff on November 13th. Produced by Jake One, Needlz, Bink!, and others, the album will feature collabos with Wale, Styles P, Marsha Ambrosius, Musiq Soulchild and more. His mixtape, Freedom Of Speech, will be released slightly before the [cont.]
Philadelphia native Freeway releases his new video “WE UP” (Produced by JRB) from his upcoming mixtape Freedom of Speech. Directed by Jimmy Giambrone.
From Rhyme Or Die, coming soon.
New one from the Beards In The Building project, which unites the “Beard Gang 215″.
Freeway takes us back from the start of his career and reminds us why he is Classic. Directed by Jimmy Giambrone.
Philadelphia rapper Freeway takes a few minutes with AllHipHop.com while enjoying the 2012 Roots Picnic. He talks broken arms, rocking with The Roots, and what was up with his Jay-Z stunt a few weeks ago. Reported and shot by Seandra Sims.
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