Tag: Freddie Gibbs
Directed by Nick Walker.
Gangsta Gibbs gets up close and personal with a few snakes (nah, seriously) in the official video for the opening and title track from his Pronto EP, produced by Toronto’s Mikhail and Pops.
Snakes everywhere, but Gibbs ain’t tripping on nothing. Gibbs’ Pronto EP is available for purchase on iTunes now. Cop the EP and watch the video for “Pronto” above now — well, pronto.
Produced by The Alchemist and Oh No
Gangsta Gibbs on a reggae track? Yep this just happened courtesy of The Alchemist and Oh No’s new Welcome to Los Santos project, which features music inspired by the video game, Grand Theft Auto V. We posted one of the Gibbs joints with Curren$y a couple of days ago, but we wanted to show this joint with Popcaan some love, too. A bit different than what you’re used to hearing from Gibbs — but that’s a good thing. Both are born bad, so check it out under the cut.
Produced by Alchemist and Oh No.
Rockstar still hasn’t given players the option to play your own music while in GTA Online or updated the in-game radio stations with all new music (either of these things happening would be awesome), but they make up for it with a brand new album. That’s right, Rockstar tapped Alchemist and Oh No to put together a brand new LP with original music featuring some of your favorite artists.
The Midwest’s own Gangsta Gibbs shows up on three tracks on the project, but we decided to highlight his newest collaboration with Curren$y — “Fetti.” Gibbs, ALC, Oh No and Spitta? That’s not even fair.
Give Gibbs and Spitta’s “Fetti” a listen below and be sure to listen to the full Welcome To Los Santos album at NPR before it drops officially. Hey Gibbs, could we get that Devil’s Palace project with Alchemist now? Just wondering.
The 219 meets the 514 as Freddie Gibbs connects with Montreal producer KAYTRANADA for this brand new piece of audio, titled “My Dope House.”
Recorded at Red Bull Studios L.A., “My Dope House” is set to impact early next month on a limited 7 inch vinyl as well as iTunes and Spotify. You don’t have to wait that long to enter Gibbs and Kaytra’s dope house though.
Hit the jump and give “My Dope House” a listen or four below. Hopefully, there’s more from Gibbs and Kaytra where this joint came from.
So what that Pinata is now over a year old? It’s still in rotation and still bangs, and it still has fans praying for a second installment. Will we ever get that? We can’t call it, but we do know the first edition was years and years in the making, so we guess it won’t be anytime soon.
But in in the meantime, in between time, you can cop an official Pinata shirt, featuring the classic Gibbs photo by Peter Beste, and a dope design by Jeff Jank. They come in black and white and are available for purchase now.
Hit the jump for another picture, and be sure to order yours now.