Freddie Gibbs and the rabbit crash a wedding, steal the bride and have themselves a night in the video for “Space Rabbit” off of Gibbs’ latest album $oul $old $eperately.
Jadakiss has been on a tear as of late. Freddie Gibbs recognized this and scooped up The Lox member for a lyrical romp titled “Black Illuminati.” Dope beats, dope rhymes, what more do y’all want?
Nearly three decades ago, Nas had a song called “Life Is Like a Dice Game” that never made it on an album. But the song now gets a proper release with an updated beat from Hit-Boy and guest spots from Freddie Gibbs and Cordae.
Gangsta Gibbs takes a swing at Nas’ “You’re Da Man” for “Big Boss Rabbit” as the Grammy-nominated rapper appears to be back in the lab for yet another album.
Freddie Gibbs remakes Gil-Scott Heron’s “Winter In America” as part of The Undefeated and Hollywood Records’ new project, Black History Always: Music For The Movement Vol. 2
Gangsta Gibbs and ScHoolBoy Q on the same song feels more than appropriate as the duo team up for their first drop of 2021 with “Gang Signs.” Don’t expect either to appear in the video as we’re treated to cuddly animals doing not so cuddly things.
Are you still bumping Alfredo? You should be. And if you stopped, Alchemist and Freddie Gibbs send a visual reminder of the dopeness of that album with a video for “Babies & Fools” alongside Conway the Machine.
Gangsta Gibbs and Our Boy Al’s Alfredo is still getting major play and the duo drops a video for “Frank Lucas” with Benny the Butcher riding shotgun as they spread rhymes on a speedboat.
Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist’s Alfredo remains near the top of many Album of the Year lists as we pass the midyear mark. The duo refuse to let you forget about the album and head Florida with a video for “Scottie Beam” that finds Gangsta Gibbs on the run with his lady
Bandana remains in heavy rotation as one of the best albums of the year (even though the Grammys don’t think so). In light of the nonsensical snub for Best Rap Album, Madlib and Freddie Gibbs drop the absolutely hilarious video for “Gat Damn.” Freddie Gibbs goes the Five Heartbeats route as Freddie Kane and takes to the stage in a retro set of visuals. It’s nuts.