Freddie Gibbs' "Eastside Slim" Album Due Out This Year
Freddie Gibbs has been one of the most consistent artists in the game over the last few years, but he's never had the break he really deserved. Much of this was caused by his public fallout with Young Jeezy, whose CTE imprint was originally set to house Gibb's major label debut.
Freddie Gibbs Hints At New Diss Record Towards Jeezy
Freddie Gibbs and Jeezy may have not-so-amicably parted ways last December, but the beef hasn't quite subsided just yet. Gangsta Gibbs, who is currently at work on a mixtape titled Anybody Killa, as well as his Cocaine Pinata project with MadLib (arriving in February), hinted at a diss record towards his former friend and boss while on Twitter.
Underrated Audio: September 21- September 27
Underrated Audio provides you with four tracks from a range of rappers with four quite different sounds. Rappers on today's list are hailing from Inglewood, Chicago, Washington D.C., and Indiana, and each of their tracks is reflective of the environment and area they grew up in. Peep joints from Tree, Skeme, ODDISEE, and Freddie Gibbs in the galleries above.
Freddie Gibbs Says Young Jeezy Made Him "Look Stupid"
Freddie Gibbs has recently opened up about his split with Young Jeezy and his CTE label. After a long period of remaining uncharacteristically tight-lipped about the situation, Gibbs is now making up for it by bashing Jeezy every chance he gets.
Review: Freddie Gibbs' "ESGN"
Freddie Gibbs is a veteran in the rap game but it’s taken him a decade to put out his first studio album. Cutting his teeth on the mixtape circuit, Gibbs released a steady stream of solid projects rife with stories of the drug game. After signing with Interscope Records, Gibbs was shuffled to the back of the bus before being dropped altogether.
Underrated Audio: June 15-21
This past week proved to be a big one for hip-hop. Definitely a week to be remembered, with three big rap albums (and one r'n'b album) all dropping on the same day (and every one knows this date by now)-- June 18. While Kanye West, J. Cole and Mac Miller had the spotlight for the majority of the week, that's not to say there weren't some dope releases from other artists. This week in Underrated Audio we look over some ill drops from the likes of Dom Kennedy, Deniro Farrar, Flatbush Zombies, Freddie Gibbs, among others.
Stream Freddie Gibbs' "ESGN" Album In Full
Freddie Gibbs' ESGN (Evil Seeds Grow Naturally) album leaked this morning, more than two weeks before it's scheduled release date of July 9th. As such, he's decided to release it officially as well. The 19-track project features G.I. Fleezy, G-Wiz, Jay Rock, Problem, Daz Dillinger, Spice 1, BJ The Chicago Kid and more, with production from Sayeez, Cardo, Big Jerm, GMF, SMKA, Sap, Willie B and others.
Cover Art & Tracklist Revealed For Freddie Gibbs' "ESGN"
After making headlines recently for calling out his old boss Young Jeezy, Freddie Gibbs swings his focus back to his music and reveals the official tracklist and artwork for his upcoming album ESGN.
Freddie Gibbs Says Young Jeezy Was Not Supportive Of Split, Calls Him Fake [Update: Gibbs Calls Out Jeezy Again]
Freddie Gibbs parted ways from Young Jeezy's CTE label last year, following rumors that the two may be ending their affiliation. At first, it seemed like Gangsta Gibbs was keeping his mouth shut about the split, saying only that it was a mutual business decision.
Tentative Tracklist Revealed For Freddie Gibbs' "ESGN"
Freddie Gibbs seems to be ready to start the promo for his new album, ESGN. He announced the album, which takes on the name of his label, would be dropping in July last week, and today we've got the release date plus a tracklist.
Freddie Gibbs Says "ESGN" Album Is Arriving In July [Update: Gibbs Announces Release Date]
Freddie Gibbs' fans have been waiting on new material from the rapper ever since he dropped his stand-out project Baby Face Killa, in September. Since then, Gangsta Gibbs has left Young Jeezy's CTE, but he hasn't slowed down one bit, with three upcoming projects. Gibbs took to Twitter today to update fans on when to expect them.
Underrated Audio: April 16-22
The month of April is already wrapping up, even though it seems like it just arrived. We celebrated 4/20 over the weekend, which saw an influx of weed-smoking songs on the site, as expected. Nonetheless, we like think that you can make every day a 4/20, especially when you have the right music. This week UA has four perfect tracks to do so. You can start with the smooth and chilled out "Make A Mill" before going into Rockie Fresh's "Rollin" which is still a bit low-key, and then we've got some harder, more intricate tracks from Freddie Gibbs and the like.
Underrated Audio: March 19-25
Well, today is the day that Lil Wayne's album I Am Not A Human Being II officially dropped. Although we're positive it will sell given Weezy's huge fanbase, we're not so sure about the content there within.
Lyrics Of The Week: March 1st - 7th
"You a servant in my world, the rap gods curse you / When Judgement Day's upon you, reality's a virtue."-Danny Brown, #HottestMC
Underrated Audio: February 12-18
This past week we saw an influx of themed content, surrounding Valentine's Day and the NBA All-Star Weekend. Rappers just love dropping material simultaneously, thus the site was busy with mixtapes and songs centered around either subject, resulting in some music getting pushed aside. Here are five tracks that may have been neglected in the V-Day and All-Star frenzy that occupied last week.
Freddie Gibbs Says Split With Young Jeezy Was Not "Amicable"
In December, after a short time with the label, Freddie Gibbs announced that he had parted ways with Young Jeezy’s CTE, and was diplomatic about the split. Now in a recent interview, Gangsta Gibbs reveals that the split with Snowman was not amicable. He also mentions how he was
Tracklist And Features Revealed For Freddie Gibbs' "Baby Face Killa" Mixtape
After delaying the release of his next mixtape, Freddie Gibbs is now ready to drop Baby Face Killa and gives us the tracklist and features.
140 Bars Or Less: May 22 to May 29
Dissecting the funniest, most entertaining, and outrageous tweets from some of the biggest names in rap who are on Twitter. Twitter is intriguing to fans because it offers an un-buffered forum into the minds of some of your favorite artists. The material is often raw and unfiltered, and lucky for us, most of these guys have no filter.