Freddie Gibbs closes out the week with his latest recording. Over your Drake’s “Champagne Poetry, Freddie Kane delivers a fiery flow full of bravado raps. Here, he claims best album of the year and responds to Kendrick Lamar “smoking your Top 5” lyrics from Baby Keem’s “family ties”.
Source: Paras Griffin / Getty Rappers Tyler the Creator and Freddie Gibbs were full of jokes and colorful conversations recently while working in the studio. The entertainers let fans watch in on a recent session via Instagram live and for a few moments, the rapper got to speaking on Tyler’s sexuality. The clip starts off … Read moreTyler The Creator Facetiously Sorts Out His Sexuality With Freddie Gibbs In The Studio, “Whoa, I Never Came Out!”
Saweetie celebrated her birthday in Hollywood last night (July 2) with her day one’s, celebrity friends and fans. The party was decked out with 90’s fits, classic cars and chicken and waffles fitting for the Freaknik theme. Saweetie stopped by the “blue carpet” to chat with us before the festivities really began.
Illmatic After nearly three decades in the making, Nas resurrects an old solo gem from the vaults and remasters it with Freddie Gibbs and Cordae for Spotify’s Single series. Produced by Hit-Boy, Esco recites the nostalgic raps, which he first recorded during his Illmatic sessions in 1993. Cordae incorporates Nasir’s classics with his reflectful opener, … Read moreNas Ft. Freddie Gibbs, Cordae “Life Is Like A Dice Game”
Freddie Gibbs has worked with the best with them. And for the latest Complex Bracket series, he and host Brian “B.Dot” Miller decide who has hip hop’s best collaboration project. From JAY-Z and Kanye West’s Watch The Throne to Drake and Future’s What A Time To Be Alive, Dot and Gibbs pair up the likes … Read moreComplex Brackets: Freddie Gibbs Crowns Best Collab Album
God Dammit! Swizz Beatz is calling out for justice on the latest addition to the growing Godfather Of Harlem soundtrack. Lead by Avenue Beatz as well as Swizzy’s adlibs and hook, Freddie and Shoota93 rally against racial injustice and street survival on the politically-charged anthem.
Kane’s the man. Freddie Gibbs is calling the shots on his new record, “Big Boss Rabbit”. Opened with a soundbite from Iron Mike Tyson, Freddie Kane ups his dollars and makes power moves while staying rooted in the streets. The Swaggyono-produced track also samples Nas’ 2001’s “You’re Da Man”. Along with the release, the accompanying … Read moreVideo: Freddie Gibbs “Big Boss Rabbit”
Beyond his career as a rapper, Freddie Gibbs is known for his antics on social media–and it turns out he’s been doing even more trolling than fans ever knew prior. Source: Scott Dudelson / Getty In a new interview with GQ, the rapper revealed that he uses burner accounts on Instagram to taunt his fellow … Read moreFreddie Gibbs Admits To Using Burner Accounts To Mock Other Rappers On Social Media
Bon appetit. Kicking off their Grammy weekend, Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist fine dined as the musical guests on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Friday (Mar. 12). In a reserved booth full of ladies at Alfredos, Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist performed “Scottie Beam” while enjoying heaping servings of pasta and champagne. The … Read moreFreddie Gibbs, The Alchemist On “Scottie Beam” The Tonight Show
Ride for me. Ahead of her debut Overgrown on March 19, Joyce Wrice is “On One” with her latest offering featuring Freddie Gibbs. Over D’Mile’s nostalgic bop, the Los Angeles songstress falls head over heels, while Freddie checks in with a lushful verse.