Gibbs and Hit call'em like they see'em.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
One of Compton's untapped resources shows up with a new tune.
An early look at the tracklist and album covers for Freddie Gibbs and Madlib's 'Cocaine Pinata.'
The Madlib + Freddie Gibbs relationship continues to be prosperous.
Don't let the unoriginal name turn you away from "Late Night."
Hustle Gang's Houston legend and Bay Area Super Producer/DJ join forces for latest <em>Tonight Show</em> installment.
<em>"Call the reverend."</em>
Nothing but a Gangsta Gibbs thang as our favorite export from Gary, Indiana (sorry, Jacksons) debuts a visual for his Young Chop-produced track <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/?p=441151">"Deuces."</a>
It's our normal open thread drill. With a Gary, Indiana, twist.
There's good news and bad news with Freddie's new audio nugget.
Eastside in the house.
Gibbs' <em>Baby Face Killa</em> record gets a fitting sequel.
I swear there's a Criminal Minds and/or SVU episode with this same storyline.
"Skinny aggin, six wing, mild sauce, With all the fries you can gimme, I tear them bitches off, A plate of chicken with the bread stuck to the bottom.
For God so loved the world that he gave Joey Fatts the wisdom to release a video for <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/05/joey-fatts-chipper-jones-vol-2-mixtape">"Need More."</a> With Gibbs ridin' shotgun, the song's screwface material, nothing more, nothing less.
Juicy J's Midas touch blesses producer Young Chop's Precious.
Midwestgangstaboxframecadillacmuzik and I have an unique history.
As if you needed another reason to tune into E$GN, Freddie Gibbs gives us more intimidating visuals, this time to accompany his murderous intro cut "The Real G Money.