Freddie Gibbs just surprised fans by announcing the imminent release of his third album, Shadow of a Doubt, the follow-up to Piñata, his collaborative masterpiece with Madlib.
Though he dropped off a rock-solid EP, Pronto, in March, we felt that we hadn't gotten quite enough Freddie Gibbs this year, especially as he and Madlib gave us one of 2014's best releases with Piñata.
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.
Freddie Gibbs is taking himself overseas for his "Lord Fredrick" tour. This tour announcement comes on the heels of his tour with Tech N9ne's Strange Music this summer, so he's definitely keeping himself occupied these days.
Freddie drops a visual for his new Young Chop-produced track, "Deuces". Directed by Danny Manhattan.Check out Freddie Gibbs "Deuces" Video, the latest visual from Freddie Gibbs, released on Wednesday, December 18th, 2013.
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.
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.
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.
Listen to Lay It Down, the latest track from Freddie Gibbs. The cut dropped on Thursday, June 20th, 2013. Freddie Gibbs's future brightens with every new release, and Lay It Down certainly isn't an exception.
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.