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Stepping out of Gary, Ind., Freddie Gibbs has been making moves for nearly a decade now. In the late '00s, he had the Internet goin' nuts. Rocking a compelling mix of thugged-out street tales and sensitive/intellectual musings, he was briefly signed to Interscope and has since dropped a gang of impressive mixtapes (such as The Miseducation of Freddie Gibbs and Full Metal Jackit). He's also collaborated on EPs with Madlib and Statik Selektah; another one with Ski Beatz is in the works. On Cold Day in Hell, he joins forces with a diverse crew of fellow emcees, including big names like Young Jeezy ("Twos and Fews"), 2 Chainz ("Neighborhood Hoez"), and Memphis O.G. Juicy J ("Str8 Slammin'"), as well as more obscure cats like B.J. the Chicago Kid, Alley Boy, and Polyester. The production is fantastic and surprisingly varied, with tons of soulful samples and more straightforward synth bangers. Vocally, Gibbs combines the raspiness of a young Ja Rule crossed with the deep thinking of Scarface or Big K.R.I.T. Check out "Anything to Survive," "Natural High," and "Barely M.A.D.E. It."

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My personal favorite Gibbs album

Glad this is going up on iTunes. I already have it but hopefully some people will discover Freddie here. He's easily one of the top new rappers out, and frankly one of the top rappers putting out music in general. Buy this album, plenty of bangers, chill songs, crazy flows and storytelling. Production is flawless as well.

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How is iTunes ripping people off when it's the artist or label loading the music on iTunes to sell it?


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Born: June 28, 1982 in Gary, IN

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

In 2009 rapper Freddie Gibbs set out to be the Midwest's unofficial street poet, releasing a series of mixtapes that were as complex as they were thuggish. Influenced by the likes of 2Pac, Biggie, UGK, and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Gibbs filled his lyrics with honest and compelling stories of his hometown's demise, a steady decline to which he helped contribute while a drug dealer. He dealt out of a Gary, Indiana recording studio, absorbing a steady stream of uninspired rhymes while pushing product....
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