Freddie Gibbs Songs

  • The World Is My Ashtray
    The World Is My Ashtray
    Freddie Gibbs could rap over an infant crying on an airplane and it would be fire. A soulful Ski Beatz instrumental, of course, is preferable, and that's what we get with their latest collaboration “The World Is My Ashtray."
  • Never Die (Paul White Remix)
    Never Die (Paul White Remix)
    Golden Rules is a duo made up of producer Paul White and rapper Eric Biddines, and earlier this summer they got the increasingly rare honor of hosting a new verse form Yasiin Bey (formerly Mos Def) on "Never Die". Now the track has been re-released as a remix (done by the group's own White), now featuring the always on-point Freddie Gibbs.
  • Who's That
    Who's That
    Out of the many excellent rap albums dropping today, Apollo Brown's Grandeur might be the one most worth checking out.
  • Suitcase Switch
    Suitcase Switch
    An upcoming rapper out of Chicago, Verbal Kent makes his HNHH debut with "Suitcase Switch," the first single from his upcoming project Anesthesia. He brings on Freddie Gibbs to give the Apollo Brown-produced track some shine, and Gibbs, not one to mail in a feature verse, spits a rock solid 16 but doesn't outperform Kent, who possesses a mean and dextrous flow. Gangsta Gibbs' hometown of Gary, IN sits right across the state line from Chicago, thus making "Suitcase Switch" a local collaboration.
  • Tied To The Whipping Post
    Tied To The Whipping Post
    Well this is definitely something new. Flint, Michigan metal band King 810 are releasing a mixtape with DJ Drama, titled Midwest Monsters 2, a sequel to their 2012 mixtape. Why would a signed band release a tape with a rap DJ? Features we're assuming, as "Tied To The Whipping Post" pairs the group with Gary Indiana's own, Freddie Gibbs.
  • Fetti
    Last month, Alchemist & Oh No (Madlib's bro) announced their joint partnership (as Gangrene), and an upcoming Grand Theft Auto-inspired album, Welcome to Los Santos. We already heard "Play It Cool", which featured Earl Sweatshirt and Samuel T. Herring (of Future Islands), and we should've foreseen more huge collabs, but this is almost too good to be true.
  • Let's Get Money
    Let's Get Money
    Wednesday is probably the worst day of the week. The weekend is a distant memory, and Friday is still two days away (unless you think like me, which means: today's almost over, and tomorrow is Thursday, and the next day is Friday, so really, it's already Friday! Pure math). If you don't think in futuristic terms, and you're in need of some mid-week motivation, look no further.
  • Pimp Hand
    Pimp Hand
    The Purist, hailing from across the pond, has stormed onto our radars this year as one of the hottest producers to watch. Last month, he hooked up with Chicago's Mick Jenkins, and already in his young career, he's worked with Danny Brown, Action Bronson, and Roc Marciano. As you can see, he chooses his rappers very carefully--and, this time, it's more quality with Freddie Gibbs. 
  • Pronto
    We haven't heard anything from Freddie Gibbs in 2015, though last year's Piñata still sounds fresh as ever. Tonight, though, he quietly dropped a three-track EP called Pronto. Upon first listen, it's the same hard-earned quality that we've come to expect from Gangsta Gibbs. 
  • Satin Black
    Satin Black
    In the past year, Converse's "CONS" program has produced unlikely collaborations between Flatbush Zombies and Trash talk, Kevin Gates and Rustie and Black Milk and BADBADNOTGOOD, and today, they give us yet another. This time, it's Freddie Gibbs and Los Angeles-based producer Hanni El Khatib who make up the odd couple, and they've turned out "Black Satin."
  • Grippin Grain
    Grippin Grain
    Hit Skrewface showed up earlier this year with the Freddie Gibbs-assisted "Thot", and he's now dropped anotehr full project to cap off the year, with Hitsville U.S.A. hitting iTunes today. One of the highlights from the album is in collaboration with Gibbs (among a few others) once again. "Grippin Grain" is a street record with some soul, forgoing trap trends for a more classic feel, while still knocking with the best of them.
  • Street Sweeper (Remix)
    Street Sweeper (Remix)
    JMSN continues to let fans hear glimpses of his upcoming new album, the Blue Album, and offer up remixes. Last we got a remix of his "Ends (Money)" record courtesy of esta, and today he goes back to the first leak off the LP "Street Sweeper," and throws Freddie Gibbs into the mix. Gangsta Gibbs flows effortlessly over the bluesy, smooth cut and definitely brings another layer to it.
  • Sellin' Dope
    Sellin' Dope
    Yesterday we posted one of the new records featured on the Grand Theft Auto V soundtrack, which was announced yesterday, and includes 162 songs total. The soundtrack is a mix of old and original tracks, with the Flying Lotus and Krayzie Bone collabo from yesterday, "Medication Meditation," being of the latter variation. 
  • B.A.M.
    The last time Gary, Indiana's Freddie Gibbs linked up with BJ The Chicago Kid, who grew up a few miles West of Gibbs' hometown, the result was the amazing jam "Shame" from Gibbs and Madlib's Piñata, and now they've done it again.
  • Demise
    After being shot at after his show in Brooklyn last night, Freddie Gibbs is very lucky to have not met his demise last night. He did, however, show up on a Ransom track called "Demise" shortly after, taken from the rapper's Pain & Glory: The Album.
  • Knicks (Remix)
    Knicks (Remix)
    Freddie Gibbs and Madlib's joint LP, Piñata, was released earlier this year and is (in some people's minds) one of the year's finest. Now, one of the highlights of the project, "Knicks," has gotten the all-star remix it deserves. Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$ and Ransom, all of whom know their way around a dusty boom-bap track, hop on the Madlib joint.
  • Dollaz
    Curren$y's Jet Life crew unites Freddie Gibbs for "Dollaz," a highlight from the former's brand new World Wide Hustlers mixtape (available for download right here).
  • Hit Em Hard
    Hit Em Hard
    We've received quite a few leaks from The Game's massive compilation album Year of the Wolf, and today we've received the latest one- a hard-hitting collaboration from a few hard rappers, including Bobby Shmurda, Freddie Gibbs and Skeme. Appropriately, it's called "Hit Em Hard." Skeme is one of the few artists Game recently signed to his Blood Money La Familia imprint.
  • Old English
    Old English
    Young Thug, A$AP Ferg, and Freddie Gibbs have united to become an unlikely but extremely effective holy trinity on their new track, "Old English". An ode to the iconic 40oz, the three rappers go in over a dynamic, bass-heavy beat from Salva and Nick Hook. Thugger supplies the maniacal hook, but Fergenstein may have out-weirded the Atlanta rapper on his yelp-ridden, code-switching closing verse.
  • You're Blind (Freestyle)
    You're Blind (Freestyle)
    We introduced you to rising Chicago rapper Giftz more than a year ago with his "Nino (Remix)" for which he enlisted a bunch of fellow Chicago rappers on the grind. We then followed that up with featuring Giftz in our 10 Chicago Players From The Underground list.
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