Gangsta Gibbs performs “Still Livin” and “Rob Me A Nigga” before treating a sold-out crowd to “10 Chickens” off his new album Shadow Of A Doubt. Pick up Gangsta Gibb’s new LP when it drops on November 20. E$GN.
Here’s some extra footage to check out of Gangsta Gibbs in action from his most recent performance in Santa Ana. The Indiana native digs deep into his catalog for an energy packed performance of “Rob Me A Nigga” before transitioning into his recent standout single “Thuggin.” Freddie also takes the opportunity between songs to show some of his fans some love and sign their Pinata vinyls.
Gangsta Gibbs performs a new and unreleased song for the first time for a sold-out Santa Ana crowd. Take a look as Freddie hypes up the crowd by asking if they would like to hear some “new-new” material before bringing the house down with two performances of the currently unreleased song back-to-back.
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib give the greenlight to BBC Radio’s Benji B to premiere a new collaborative song titled, “Robes,” featuring Earl Sweatshirt and Domo Genesis. The smooth sampled based production works perfect in Gibbs’ favor as he laces the instrumental with his signature montone flow about the troubles of the streets. “Robes” will be featured on Gibbs and Madlib’s collaborative project, Pinata, which is finally set to drop on March 18.
Freddie Gibbs keeps his momentum going as he releases a new song titled, “Deuces,” despite having to delay his latest mixtape release, Anybody Killa. Take a listen as Gangster Gibbs serves up a new street banger that finds the rapper linking up with producer Young Chop. Freddie goes to work over a dark and pounding instrumental and shows off his signature aggressive flow as he drops bars about getting his hands dirty and putting it work out on the block.
Gangsta Gibbs refuses to let up on his momentum for ESGN and delivers a music video for “The Real G Money” off the album. The short black and white visual finds Gibbs dippin’ through the streets of Gary while he puffs on a blunt and handles business in the streets. The thugged out artist contemplates over his choices, rough lifestyle and even sets the scenario for what his unborn children would grow up to likely be. Check out Freddie’s lastest offering in his new music video for “The Real G Money” below.
Gangsta Gibbs keeps his ESGN visuals coming with his latest offering for “Have U Seen Her” featuring Skrewface. Packed with plenty of strippers and guns, the raw video finds Freddie and company in the hood baggin’ up that work, smokin’ on backwoods and making moves to distribute. Check out the visual treatment for “Have U Seen Her” below and grab Freddie Gibbs’ new album by CLICKING HERE.