Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – Shame Feat. BJ The Chicago Kid

I can always count on Freddie Gibbs to come through, and deliver some good music. It has been a while since we have heard anything from the collaboration between Gibbs and Detroit producer Madlib. Their first release “Thuggin” was gold on the blogosphere; this is a more smooth out joint, but does not disappoint lyrically, or from behind the boards.

You can head over to the official Stones Throw site, to purchase the vinyl. The vinyl, or EP if you just want it for your iPod, features new tracks by MadGibbs, and the instrumentals for them.

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M.E.D. feat. Hodgy Beats – Outta Control (Official Video)

Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – Thuggin’ (Official Video)

For some reason a lot of sites do not have this video up, because it is copyrighted by Stones Throw, which must be a mistake that should get fixed soon. I did find this on YouTube however for your eyes to enjoy Freddie Gibbs be… Freddie Gibbs.

Homeboy Sandman – New York Nights

  

With this new class of MC’s coming out of the place where it all began: New York City. It seems that one name has not been placed, and it is a shame, for he is one of the most lyrical and unique MC’s to come out of New York in a long while. Homeboy Sandman is with Stones Throw Records, he has been for a few months now, and I have been curious what he would be working now that he has an entirely new group of people to draw inspiration from. With the release of “New York Nights” Sandman is still making his kid of music, and I do not think anyone will have an issue with that.

MadGibbs (Freddie Gibbs & Madlib) – Thuggin’

 

MadGibbs the collaborative effort from Gary, Indiana MC Freddie Gibbs, and renowned Detroit Underground Producer Madlib have released the “Thuggin” EP, a precursor to their full-length effort being released next year. The two mesh together wonderfully, and this promised future album is on one of the top spot of my most anticipated albums for next year.

You can purchase the Vinyl or Mp3 of the album at the Stones Throw website.

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