[vodpod id=Video.14711827&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] While Gibbs was in the city of Brotherly Love over the weekend, he brought out hometown hero Freeway. Tilt your head and watch Freezer perform “What We Do”. Eight years later and that joint still rings off.
If you’re in the mood for some classic 90s Hip Hop, Free and producer Benja Styles flip Estelle’s current single with Black Moon’s “How Many MCs”. Yup, the beards are still in the building.
Freezer and Young Chris allow the cameras to roll in the studio for their video to accompany their take on The Throne’s new track.
As Jay and Ye’s latest track gets more popular by the day, others continue to take a crack at it. Today, Freezer and Chris take their turn and go in. Previously: Jadakiss x Styles P
No Jay and Bron. For the second offering off DJ NoPhrillz and Benjastyles’ upcoming mixtape, Dub Ceaser Apparel, Freezer and one half of Smif-N-Wessun take a throne of their own. Beat by Mr. Green. hhnm
With Cardiak on the track, the Young Gunna rounds up his fellow Philly pals Meek and Free for his latest recording. Now, that’s some brotherly love. kingz
Before the annual A3C Hip Hop Festival goes down in Atlanta, there will be a new compilation album,
Freeway sure makes this look easy and during last night’s visit to Statik Selektah’s Shade 45 show, Free lets his bars flow all over some of Hip-Hop’s favorite instrumentals.
Freeway commands our attention with the latest leak off Diamond In The Ruff, which was also featured in his CNN interview. Produced by Jake One and cover art by Frank The Butcher. Cop it on iTunes here, early.