Category Archives: freddie gibbs


If that’s a word you can use about Gangsta Rap in the modern era, because for all the “freedom of speech” arguments of the past, it’s HARD to talk about it in a positive light nowadays.

But Fuck it, you have to..when it’s as dope as this.

Madlib loads some fire literally into the hole, and Freddy comes with it, in Gory Tek-nicolour..

“i love hiphop but.. its 2012 and we still promoting violence? then we wonder why the world is fucked.”   RANDOMYOUTUBECOMMENT

2Pac and Mc Ren would be very proud of Freddie Gibbs, as would Zro, for keeping this tradition of music alive in the skinny jeans era.respect to Freddie for showing us what the streets of Gary, Indiana look like forty years after the Jacksons made it famous. it ain’t pretty, but “nothing is as pretty as a pair of tiddies”- Drexl Spivey

Straight Killa.Freddie “gangsta” Gibbs.

nice lil doc on the indiana new jack who definately has the ear of the hotasballs mandem.

if you haven’t downloaded, for free, his new mixtape “Str8 killa no filla” you need your head read.

a nice flip of “born to roll” which freddie flips incredible patterns still maintaining complete control of his g.

his first real single, and it’s called “national anthem: fuck the world” it!

Five of the best: Some new hip hop, even you old hating-ass sumumabitches might like.

The mission: crunkmaster spex asked me to fish out some of the new stuff i’m listening to, you know, new hip hop.

some think that even the term, new hip hop is anethema, but hold the front page, and dont choke on your bowl of diccup with soya milk,


first up.Nesby Phips.he says his only niche is that he’s dope, and i would have to agree, i cannot think of many emcees producing nowadays, let alone fucking with the samples he’s coming with.smoky organs and shit.original, although you feel like you’ve heard it a good way.

Gary indiana’s freddie gibbs gave up rapping professionally after becoming jaded by the industry side of things, but a friend talked him into leaving the street life behind him, and getting back behind th m.i.c…i think this dude will be huge, if giving the right shot.street rappers rarely have this kinda lyricism.

right, ignorant shit next: Harlem’s A Mafia, like a simplified big l, but a little more believable, in my humble..gangsta shit, for the digital era.

you already know this kid, cos we flagged him a while back but here Yelawolf rips up the beat for “we aint goin out like that”. now dude is signed to the big leagues, again, consider me super-hyped .

and of course, wiz…young mr spacely, has been in steady rotation this year, after i admittedly slept on him, writing him off as just a mixtape rapper.

but dude is a breath of freh threats, no played out rhymes, and a whole load of quality music.