Picking up from where the original left off, 360 seeks revenge with accomplices Jadakiss and Freddie Gibbs. The video is one of the first off his upcoming LP Beginning Of Forever dropping next month.
Freddie Gibbs is looking for a ride or die chick and he puts it all in a love song on his latest recording. Orchestrated by Sean Momberger.
“I know Rick Ross, the real Rick Ross.”
Freddie held court at Santos Party House last night. During his set, he previewed a new track titled, “Shorty Wanna Be A Thug” over Onyx’s instrumental. The free agent is currently prepping his retail debut, Eastside Slim.
Number four should’ve been number one to me. In case there was any doubt, BFK solidifies Freddie Gibbs place as one of the game’s coldest spitters. From the opening bell, he commands our attention with a multi-layered flow (“BFK”). Throughout the tape, Gibbs uses his voice to his advantage. He manipulates his baritone on ”Money, Clothes, Hoes” and gets back to business on cuts like ”Hard” and “Kush Cloud”. He understands melody (“Stay Down”) and the importance of sharing the spotlight alongside a respected artist like Z-Ro (“Boxframe Cadillac (’83)”). On the production front, Statik Selektah supplies Gibbs with the soundbed for “Krazy”. The track is Gibbs at his best with machine gun funk and mind numbing wordplay. As long as the Baby Face Killa’s on the prowl, competition ain’t safe.
Freddie Gibbs keeps it in his normal habitat with his contribution to DJ Muggs’ upcoming album, Bass For Your Face on January 15. Fred is as hard as they come. Pause.
Shook ones beware as CTE’s Scrilla drops off a new track featuring his former labelmate, Freddie Gibbs. Scrilla’s The Demonstration 2 is expected to arrive early next year.
Brought to you by LRG and off Baby Face Killa, Freddie Gibbs brings forth his latest motion picture. Unfortunately, the feds are watching too.