Freddie Gibbs "Freddie Gordy" Video
Today Freddie Gibbs has laced us with a new video from his 2015 album Shadow Of A Doubt. “Freddie Gordy” is one of the last tracks on the album and also it’s most heartfelt. Despite the menacing trap instrumental, Gibbs has acknowledged it’s his favorite song on the album and also it’s most heartfelt.
Freddie Gibbs "Fuckin' Up The Count" Video
There are a lot of anticipated projects dropping in November, and Freddie Gibbs just added a big one to that list. Today, Gibbs announced that Shadow of a Doubt, the follow-up to his near-perfect collab album with Madlib, will arrive on November 20. He also shared the album's first track, the Boi-1da and Frank Dukes-produced "Fuckin' Up the Count," with an accompanying video.
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib Perform "Pronto" & "Scarface" At Pitchfork Festival
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib
With performances from Vic Mensa, Chance the Rapper, Run the Jewels, A$AP Ferg, Vince Staples, and Freddie Gibbs & Madlib, Pitchfork Festival was a good place to be this past weekend if you're a hip hop fan. Freddie Gibbs always brings the heat and Pitchfork was no exception. Wearing a Bart Simpson t-shirt, he rocked the Chicago crowd backed by his partner in crime Madlib. Highlights included his rendition of "Pronto," the finest track he's yet to put out in 2015, and "Scarface," one of the funkiest tracks off Piñata.
2Eleven Feat. Freddie Gibbs "Who Wants It" Video
2Eleven Feat. Freddie Gibbs
2Eleven is back with a video for tru life banger "Who Want It" off The Robb Report, and he brought reinforcements in the form of Freddie Gibbs. Together they paint a picture of the hustlin' life, the drive to be a G by any means necessary, and the consequences of disloyalty while still celebrating wins with the crew.
Freddie Gibbs On Snoop Dogg's GGN
Freddie Gibbs & Snoop Dogg
No matter the guest, Snoop Dogg's GGN is always a worthwhile watch, and always manages to teach you something new about both the rapper in the hot seat and Snoop himself, who's always sharing new anecdotes about his long career. Here, the Doggfather certainly appears to be a fan of the Gary, Indiana rapper, as he asks him questions about his rap style, the origin of his name, and old school Blaxploitation films. Later on Snoop asks about Freddie Kane, who he claims to believe was a person, but happens to be Gibbs' strain of weed, which of course, they go on to sample.
Freddie Gibbs "Pronto" Video
If you didn't realize Freddie Gibbs is one of the baddest Gs in the game after hearing last month's Pronto EP, let him show you. In the new black-and-white visual to the EP's lead single (of the same name), Gangsta Gibbs bathes in a tub full of snakes. Lots of snakes. While two bad bitches sit naked on either ledge.
Freddie Gibbs's Performance At Boiler Room SXSW Was Short And Sweet
Freddie Gibbs kills it habitually. Last Sunday he killed it on his verse on Mr.
Mr. Green Feat. Freddie Gibbs "Clap" Video
Mr. Green Feat. Freddie Gibbs
Mr. Green is one of those producers who always seems to fly under the radar but consistently churns out quality beats. Recently he released the video for "Clap," in which he samples a Peruvian flute band performing on the streets of NYC and enlists Freddie Gibbs wearing a GTA V varsity jacket, Chill Moody, and Apollo the Great to spit on the resultant beat.
Young Thug Feat. Freddie Gibbs & A$AP Ferg "Old English" Video
Young Thug Feat. Freddie Gibbs & A$AP Ferg
Released last summer, Young Thug, A$AP Ferg and Freddie Gibbs' "Old English" was one of the most unexpected, insane collaborations that we heard in 2014. Today, the Salva and Nick Hook-produced track gets a video that's every bit as strange, but unfortunately hints that all three rappers weren't available for a video shoot themselves.
A Day In The Life Of Freddie Gibbs
For the latest episode of “A Day In the Life”, R&R Productions decides to follow Gary, Indiana rapper, Freddie Gibbs, as he gives fans a glimpse at what an average day is like. With his daily weed intake happening on the reg, Freddie’s typical day involves taking care of his dogs, hitting the mall to go shopping, and hanging out with his homies, Joey Fatts and Buddy. And of course, Gangsta Gibbs hits the studio a lot as well, but unfortunately that wasn't documented here.
Freddie Gibbs Responds To YouTube Comments On "Thuggin"
Gangsta Gibbs recently took part in Noisey's "The People Vs." series, where they get artists to read YouTube comments on their music videos and respond. Last we saw Action Bronson respond to comments left on his "Easy Rider" visuals, and now Freddie Gibbs responds to some that were left on his "Thuggin'" music video. He has a word or two for those telling him to clean his dishes ("we were kinda cooking crack there", duh, ").
Freeway & The Jacka Feat. Freddie Gibbs & Jynx "Cherry Pie" Video
Freeway & The Jacka Feat. Freddie Gibbs & Jynx
Just about eleven months ago to the day, Freeway and The Jacka put out Write My Wrongs, a joint tape that featured guest spots by Jahdan Blakkamoore, Husalah, Erk Tha Jerk, Phil Da Agony, Lee Majors, Freddie Gibbs, Jynx, Fed X, Hollow Tip and T-Wayne. Despite all the time that's passed since then, they've just gotten around to making a video for "Cherry Pie," a track that features Freddie Gibbs and Jynx.
Freddie Gibbs Freestyles On Tim Westwood
While out in Europe for his “The Lord Fredrick” Tour, Freddie Gibbs decided to pay a visit to Tim Westwoods’ crib recently and spit some bars for his latest freestyle segment. Tackling various instrumentals, like “Believe Me" & “0-100”, Gangsta Gibbs doesn't miss a beat and delivers some braggadocious rhymes for the listeners. As Freddie even says at the end of this clip, “Don’t too many people rap like that.” Check it out above, and let us know what ya think of Freddie’s bars?
Statik Selektah Feat. Joey Bada$$ & Freddie Gibbs "Carry On" Video
Statik Selektah Feat. Joey Bada$$ & Freddie Gibbs
Joey Bada$$ is no stranger to nostalgic New York production, which made him a shoe-in for Statik Selektah's 90s-channeling instrumental for "Carry On". Indiana's Freddie Gibbs on the other hand, is known for eclectic production choices, working with everyone from Huntsville underground heroes Block Beataz to legendary looper Madlib. Hearing Freddie go toe-for-toe with Bada$$ is another testament to his versatility, and each of the rappers brings their own flavor to both their verse and performance in the minimal NY-set video.
Freddie Gibbs On Ebro In The Morning
Jeezy recently paid a visit to Ebro In The Morning and while there discussed some of his past issues with Freddie Gibbs, laying some blame on Gibbs for messing up some of his relationships with other artists, name-dropping Eminem. When Gangsta Gibbs caught wind of the interview, he vowed to visit the New York radio station to give Ebro his side of the story. Today we've got that interview, as Gibbs discusses his former boss' words against him, his "Pinata" collaboration with Madlib, coming out of Gary, Indiana, and more for a 32 minute interview. Watch it all above.
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib "Harold's" Video
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib's ode to the chicken spot Harold's receives a visual treatment today. The visual takes us on a ride through Gangsta Gibb's part of town, and of course Harold's is featured in there, as we see Gibbs order his "six-wing, mild sauce, with all the fries you can give me." The video is a pretty dope look, directed by Gregory Buissereth. The song was part of Gibbs and Madlib's collaborative album Pinata which dropped in March. You can hit the iTunes link below to cop the project.
AWAR Feat. Freddie Gibbs "Wake Up Call" Video
AWAR Feat. Freddie Gibbs
AWAR and producer Vanderslice celebrate the release of their collaborative LP The Winning Team with a brand new video for album-favorite "Wake Up Call." Featuring Freddie (Gangsta) Gibbs, the single finds both emcees determined to startle the sleepers and grow their movement--a mission they'll surely succeed in given their obvious talent.
Freddie Gibbs Guest Stars On Odd Future's "Loiter Squad"
This week's episode of Odd Future's Adult Swim TV series "Loiter Squad" sported a surprisingly light-hearted cameo from notoriously serious emcee Freddie Gibbs. In the skit, a parody of A&E's "Storage Wars," Tyler The Creator is joined by Earl Sweatshirt and company to place bids on the worth of an anonymous storage compartment. To see where Gibbs comes into play, check out the skit above; describing the events here wouldn't do the material justice.
Giftz Feat. Freddie Gibbs "One Day" Video
Giftz Feat. Freddie Gibbs
We recently heard from Chicago rapper, Giftz, a few weeks ago on the track “You’re Blind”. Today he’s back with some more content and releases a new video for “One Day”, featuring his fellow ESGN boss Freddie Gibbs. Shot by Hi-Def, the two Chicago artists head out to California for this one and stunt for the cameras in front of their tour bus and what looks to be an abandoned store or motel. This one made for the streets.
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib "Deeper" Video
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib return to their collaborative album Pinata today to drop a visual for "Deeper." Directed by Jonah Schwartz, the video has Gibbs rocking a orange jumpsuit chilling outside of prison, before we see him getting released and driving home, only to find his girl is with another man. The storyline continues, as Gibbs runs into the new dude and throws some punches at him. Recently we learned Madlib is offering up an instrumental version of Pinata for all those wanting to hear the beats by themselves. You can cop the standard version on iTunes.