38 Spesh is joined by Freeway and Che Noir on “Painful.” From 38’s new album 7 Shots which drops on September 7.
B-Real celebrated 4/20 the only way he knew how, by getting high and making music. The living legend released the appropriately titled “Triple OG” alongside Freeway. Perfect for puffing.
DJ Skizz is never short of giving you that booming production. From his High Powered album comes “Dead Wrong,” a filthy collaboration with Freeway, Conway and Westside Gunn. This is nothing to sleep on.
As we inch closer to the release of Freeway’s next album Think Free on June 22nd, the Philly emcee drops off a new single titled “All Falls Down.”
Every now and then, Philly Freezer likes to remind you how well he does this rap shit. With Think Free on the way, Freeway drops off this joint to hold you over “All the Way Live.”
Freeway is joined by Pain In Da Ass (or, Mr. “Okay, I’m Reloaded”) when he blesses the mic for Funkmaster Flex and delivers a dope freestyle. Freeway’s new album Think Free drops on June 8th.
Freeway lends the lyrical assist to Toronto’s Kid Kold for “Make A Mill” and it might give you some early Roc-A-Fella vibes courtesy of the sped up sample.
Kay Slay is far from finished as it appears he’ll release a video for every song on his album The Big Brother. This time, we get Freeway, Young Chris, Beanie Sigel and Tray Lee for the “Death, Murder & Mayhem” video.
Official Video for Kool G Rap featuring Lil Fame (M.O.P.) + Freeway “Wise Guys” off G Rap’s ‘Return Of The Don’ Album Out Now (produced entirely by MoSS). Video directed by Myster DL of ill Mannered Films – shot on location in Brooklyn, NY, Philadelphia, PA + Rome, Italy.
Kool G Rap drops “Wise Guys” with a little assistance from M.O.P.’s Fame and Freeway while Statik Selektah provides the scratches over a Moss production.