Tag: Freddie Gibbs
Gangsta Gibbs and G-Wiz keep it all the way G on this new joint, produced by G.O.O.D. Music’s own Lifted. Yeah, this joint’s just as tough as you’d imagine it to be.
Check out what Gibbs and Wiz cooked up below.
Sidenote: The one-take scene from True Detective used in the video below is wild. Check out the full scene here if you haven’t seen it.
Produced by Alex Isaak
Noelz album, Bittersweet Victory, is due out on May 20th. And in the meantime, in between time, he gives us this new collabo with Gangsta Gibbs. Get focused.
OnSmash liberates one of the most anticipated records from the upcoming MadGibbs LP. “Real” finds Gangsta Gibbs holding nothing back as he speaks on Jeezy, all while Madlib provides the perfect backdrop for him to do so. You’re going have to press play and listen for yourself here.
Remember, everybody ain’t loyal. Cocaine Piñata drops March 18th. Stream “Real” below.
Gangsta Gibbs kicked off Cocaine Piñata season by performing the entire Piñata LP with Madlib live for a packed house at Metro this past Friday night. The show was definitely one of Gibbs’ best live performances, so go ahead and kick yourself if you missed it.
We’ve had some time to spend with the MadGibbs LP and can assure you that it’s a problem. Check out the beginning of Gibbs’ set above and hit the jump to catch Freddie running through “Robes”. Cocaine Piñata drops March 18th — make sure you cop two copies.
With scenes from The Players Club playing in the background, Hit Skrewface and Gangsta Gibbs give us their latest collaboration — “Thot”. Produced by Ill Brown. Press play and check out the clip above.
Produced by Thelonious Martin.
Gangsta Gibbs joins Curren$y and Young Roddy on “Grew Up In This”, track eight from Curren$y’s The Drive In Theatre. Another solid collab from Gibbs and Curren$y. Would a Gibbs and Spitta EP be too much to ask for?
Stream/download “Grew Up In This” below. Spitta’s new project is produced mostly by the Windy’s own Thelonious Martin, so be sure to give it a listen here.
Produced by Polyester.
Gangsta Gibbs joins Buddy on this brand new record, slated to appear on the Compton emcee’s long-delayed Idle Time album. The LP will impact on February 25th via DJBooth, who gives us “Kids On The Block” today.
Stream/download Gibbs and Buddy’s collaboration below.
Gangsta Gibbs just took to his IG to unleash the cover art and tracklist for his forthcoming collabo project with Madlib, Piñata. The latest from MadGibbs is due out on March 18th, and features appearances from Scarface, Danny Brown, Raekwon, Sulaiman, BJ The Chicago Kid, Earl Sweatshirt, Ab-Soul and Mac Miller. Pretty action packed.
Hit the jump to see what you can expect.
With it’s release date not too far away, we finally get a look at the official artwork for Freddie Gibbs and Madlib’s collaborative LP. The cover for MadGibbs’ The Piñata recreates the artwork for Cube’s 1992 LP, The Predator, and does a great job of it. Piñata drops March 18th. You’ve been warned.
Update: Looks like this isn’t the official cover for the album after all. Still dope though. Ha!
— Archibald Bonkers (@archBonkers) February 3, 2014
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib’s
Cocaine Piñata project finally gets a releases date: March 18th, 2014. It’s been a long time coming and it’s almost here. To kick things off, Madlib lets loose “Robes” which features the services of Earl and Domo. The premiered this joint earlier today on BBC Radio.
Oh and we have some additional information on the project to boot:
Gibbs is joined on Pinata by Mac Miller, Earl Sweatshirt, Raekwon, Scarface, Domo Genesis, Ab-Soul and a host of others in setting his soliloquies of the streets alongside film snippets and dusted funk, soul and prog musical tapestries. While this is the latest in a series of single-artist collaborations for Madlib, after Jaylib (J Dilla), Madvillainy (MF Doom) and the street-centric O.J. Simpson with Detroit’s Guilty Simpson, the pairing is unique as it is the first time for Gibbs working with just one producer.
Check it out below.