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About Freddie Gibbs Instrumentals
To understand the sound of Freddie Gibbs, it’s best to know a little bit about him, as well as some of the music he has released.
Freddie Gibbs is originally from Gary, Indiana. He has released two studio albums with ESGN and Shadow of a Doubt. He also released Pinata, a collaborative album with Madlib. Freddie Gibbs has also released several extended plays and mixtapes, with his extended plays including: Str8 Killa, Lord Giveth, Lord Taketh Away with Statik Selektah, Thuggin’ with Madlib, Shame with Madlib, Deeper with Madlib, The Tonite Show EP with The Worlds Freshest, Knicks (Remix) with Madlib and Pronto, while his mixtapes include: Full Metal Jackit: The Mixtape [Vol. 1], Full Metal Jackit: The Mixtape [Vol. 2], Live from Gary, Indiana [Part 1], Live from Gary, Indiana [Part 2], The Miseducation of Freddie Gibbs, midwestgangstaboxframecadillacmuzik, Str8 Killa No Killa, Cold Day In Hell and Baby Face Killa.
Freddie Gibbs has also put out a few singles, with: “Oil Money” with Chuck Inglish, Chip tha Ripper, Bun B and Dan Auerbach, National Anthem (Fuck the World),” “Play the Game” with Big K.R.I.T. and Statik Selektah, “Heads of the Heads” with GLC, “Built for This” with Method Man and Streetlife, “One Eighty Seven” with Problem, “Show SUmn” with League of Starz, Problem, Skeme, Jay Rock, Glasses Malone and Bad Lucc, “Old English” with A$AP Ferg and Young Thug, “My Dope House,” “Fuckin’ up the Count,” “Extradite” with Black Thought” and “Packages” with ManMan Savage.
On top of his singles as a lead artist, Freddie Gibbs has jumped on as a guest artists on other songs, including: “Contact” with El Prez, “Something New” with YP, “Field Nigga Blues” with Mikkey Halsted and BJ the Chicago Kid, “The M.O.B.” with Yukmouth and Jay Hood, “On My Own” with Mikkey Halsted, “38,” “Rough” and “Nicks to Bricks” with Young Jeezy, “Gotta See This” with Young Jeezy and JW, “Sittin’ Low” with Young Jeezy and Scrilla, “Caught in a Daze” with David Dallas, “Chill” with Trackademicks, Phonte and 1-O.A.K., “Hard as They Come (And I)” with CunninLynguists, “Illegal” with Ski Beatz, “It’s All About Me” with Cory Mo, Z-Ro, Killa Kyleon, “Let Me Ride” with KD, “Mafia” with Hit Skrewface and D-Edge, “On My Shit” with 211, “Play the Game” with Statik Selektah and Big K.R.I.T., “Scottie Pippen” with Curren$y and The Alchemist, “Talk to Me” with Young Jeezy and Eminem, “VCR” with The Hood Internet, Class Actress and Telli of Ninjasonik, “Built for This” with Method Man and StreetLife, “Cloud of Endo” with Tony Williams and STS, “Come Come” with The Kickdrums and Hot as Sun, “Criminal” with ZZ Ward, “Kush Cologne” with Yukmouth, Belo and Smiggz, “Joy & Pain” with ANTHM, “Make it Out Alive” with 1982 and Crooked I, “Remember” with Sean Price, “Till the Angels Come” with Domo Genesis, The Alchemist and Prodigy, “Trap Assassin” with DJ Muggs, “New Day” with Raekwon, “Make Believe” with Statik Selektah, Easy Money and Termanology, “Need More” with Joey Fatts, “Black Gringo” with Qualmes, “Listen” with 2Eleven, “Tesla” with The Alchemist, Domo Genesis and Hodgy Beats, “F’N Right” with Jon Connor, “In the Rain” with J. Stalin and The World’s Freshest, “The Return” with Danny Brown, “I Don’t Give a Fuck 3.0” with Peter Jackson, Jon Connor, SwizZz and Aasim Consequence, “Holdin On” with Flume, “Street Sweeper (Remix)” with JMSN, “Sellin’ Dope” with Mike Dean, “B.A.M.” with BJ the Chicago Kid, “Demise” with Ransom, “Hit Em Hard” with The Game, Bobby Shmurda and Skeme, “Carry On” with Statik Selektah and Joey Badass, “Cherry Pie” with Freeway, The Jacka and Jynx, “Wake Up Call” with Awar & Vanderslice, “Clap” with Mr. Green, Chill Moody and Apollo The Great, “One Day” with Young Gritz, “Out of Focus” with Noelz Vedere, “THOT” with Hit Screwface, “Kids on the Block” with Buddy, “Wid It” with Trae Tha Truth and The World’s Freshest, “Welcome to Los Santos” with The Alchemist, Oh No, MC Eiht and Kokane, “Born Bad” with The Alchemist, Oh No and Popcaan, “Fetti” with The Alchemist, Oh No and Curren$y, “Who’s That” with Apollo Brown and Maffew Ragazino, “Decisions” with EDIDON, Krayzie Bone and Young Noble, “Labor Day” with Termanology, Action Bronson, Chace Infinite, Scram Jones, Wais P and Rob White, “Make Believe” with Termanology and Ea$y Monday, “Lay Back” with Jazzy Bazz, “Stash House” with Curren$y and “DAMN” with JOYRYDE.
Why Buy Freddie Gibbs Type Beats?
Freddie Gibbs has worked with several top artists, including: King Chip, The Cool Kids, Madlib, MadGibbs, Ski Beatz, Statik Selektah, Jay Rock, Young Thug and A$AP Ferg, so if you’re a fan of any of these artists, you’ll definitely want to check out all Freddie Gibbs type beats for sale.
How Will I Know if Freddie Gibbs Instrumentals are for Me?
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