In the midst of smokey haze, Freddie Gibbs gets high off life with Krayzie Bone and Spaceghostpurrp. This is what loud is supposed to sound like. Baby Face Killa arrives September 25th.
Freddie Gibbs is taking his ESGN to a whole new level. In a partnership with EMPIRE Distrubtion, Gibbs is launching his own independent label. To hear him tell it.
“ESGN is me. If you’re in it, you know what it’s all about. You might know ESGN from my blog on RapRadar, but it’s basically the full embodiment of what I represent: music, film, fashion and more. I decided to partner up with EMPIRE Distribution because I like the way they rock. They make things simple and I like keeping things simple. They allow me to do what I gotta do and help me expand my reach through their various relationships.”
His Baby Face Killa mixtape drops September 25 and he plans to release a retail version with additional tracks afterwards.
As the release of Baby Face Killa nears us, Freddie puts life’s difficulties on his latest track featuring Dana Williams and produced by Feb. 9. Sounds like this project is shaping up nicely.
No matter what the circumstances are, Meth, Freddie and Streetlife can handle their own. Here’s their new joint track off the soundtrack of RZA’s The Man With The Iron Fists. Film lands in theaters November 2.
With Kirko Bangz also down for whatever, Freddie keeps it G certified on his latest offering. Freddie Gibbs’ Baby Face Killa is on the way.
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib keep their female clients pleased with a coke and a smile in their new video. Directed by Jonah Schwartz.
It is CTE or nothing. While discussing upcoming projects with Thuro Magazine, Fred reveals he has a joint project with Jeezy titled, Nino & G-Money on the way. Am I my brother’s keeper?
Young Jeezy and his CTE comrades fired up the camera and gave an in studio performance for their new posse cut. Real niggaz do real things.
During his show at The Warehouse in Houston last Thursday, Gibbs brought out Z-Ro and premiered their new collabo. Baby Face Killa coming soon. This track? Maybe sooner.