Tag: Freddie Gibbs
Gangsta Gibbs chucks the deuces to the competition on his latest collabo with Young Chop. You know when you’re dealing with Gibbs, it’s two fingers and then the middle one. He also flips my favorite Brotha Lynch Hung song of all time.
Anybody Killa due out in the new year. Peace.
Produced by Jesse Black.
It’s a G.I. affair as Gangsta Gibbs and ESGN’s latest recruit, Frankie, connect for this new banger titled “Bet You Do”. Check out what Frankie and Gibbs cooked up below. You’ll like it — I bet you do.
For the latest edition of Off Tha’ Wall, Mass Appeal caught up with Gangsta Gibbs for a hilarious Q&A session. Gibbs talks about living in Gary, his studio pet peeves, his hobbies, Batman Vs. Superman and much more.
Gangsta Gibbs snapped for this one. Gibbs revisits 3X Krazy’s “Keep It On The Real” for his latest drop, which also features ESGN’s G-Wiz and G.I. Fleezy. It’s a little too cold now, but this is definitely meant to be listened to in the whip at a high volume and windows down.
Hit the jump to check out “Keep It On The Real”. Gibbs’ new project, ABK a.k.a. Anybody Killa, is coming soon.
Produced by Lord Zedd.
New music from Gangsta Gibbs anyone? Freddie comes through with a follow-up to Baby Face Killa‘s “Still Livin’”, which we assume will appear on Gibbs’ new project, Anybody Killa.
Gibbs never disappoints and this joint is no different. Hit the jump to stream “Still Livin’ 2″.
Produced by Black Metaphor.
ESGN’s G-Wiz and Gangsta Gibbs get their ’96 Bulls on with a brand new joint, “3 Peat”. This couldn’t come at a better time since the Bulls are kicking off their season tonight and ultimately stopping any Heat 3 peat.
Don’t mind me though — stream “3 Peat” after the jump.
Directed by Joseph Cinnante & JMAC
Gibbs lends J Nics a verse and a cameo on “Scale.” Get your weight up.
Gangsta Gibbs adds a verse to Australian producer Flume’s remix of “Holdin’ On”, which will land on the four-disc deluxe edition of his self-titled album. The LP drops digitally November 12th and hits stores December 10th, but you can check out Flume and Freddie’s collaboration below via Pitchfork.
Danny Brown’s new album, Old, is now available for purchase, and early reviews are saying its quite excellent. I’m only a few songs in, and an early standout is clearly “The Return” with Gangsta Gibbs. Danny B switches up his flow and style completely on this. So check out a stream of this record and get Old now. You’re not getting any younger.
Directed by Elevator.
Armani’s collaboration with Gangsta Gibbs and King Louie gets the visual treatment. If you missed the mp3, grab it here.