Freddie Gibbs Talks Eminem's Rejection, Standing Out With "Str8 Killa"

Exclusive: Gary, Indiana's finest reveals Slim Shady's shunning of him and explains why his official debut will set Gangsta Gibbs apart from Drake and other peers.

Coming straight outta G.I. – that’s Gary, Indiana (a.k.a. 2005’s murder capital of America) for the uniformed – is the savior of street hop, Freddie Gibbs. A week from today, on August 3, the onetime Interscope Records signee will finally unleash his first formal release, Str8 Killa, (which will be preceded by the Statik Selektah-helmed Str8 Killa No Filla mixtape companion piece to Gibbs’ EP debut, available for free download via XXLmag.com this Thursday, July 29th.)   

Last Wednesday, (July 21st), Gangsta Gibbs spoke to HipHopDX about his Decon Records debut, (which is led by the hypnotic hater-bashing “National Anthem”), along with obtaining his thoughts on several other noteworthy topics. Never one to hold his tongue, the man with the machine gun flow fired freely during his detailed discussion with DX, licking off shots at his contemporaries (“Really all the muthafuckas that came out the last five years is copycat-ass niggas”), at one of his peers in particular (“I ain’t never been on no fuckin’ Degrassi High or no shit like that”), and at the best-selling Hip Hop artist of the last decade/label CEO that passed on signing the gangsta from Gary a few years back (“I don’t need no Eminem.”)

HipHopDX: The first, and most important, formal question I have for you is...why Miilkbone? [Laughs.]         

Freddie Gibbs: I just enjoyed that beat [from Miilkbone’s “Keep It Real”] so much, and I loved it when Jay-Z and Big L rapped over it [for their "’95 Stretch & Bobbito Freestyle."] So I just wanted to put my spin on it [for “The Ghetto”.] I hadn’t really heard nobody touch that [instrumental] since [Jay-Z and Big L.] Out there in New York they say that’s sacred, so it’s like if you touch something like that then you really gotta do something to it.    

DX: Yeah, Kay Gee of Naughty By Nature, he cooked up a classic track for that “Keep It Real” joint. Has Miilkbone or Kay Gee reached out about you using that instrumental?

Freddie Gibbs: Nah, not as of yet. But…they probably ain’t trippin’, man. It’s just all about good music.    

DX: If you’re ever interested in remaking another often overlooked classic joint from the mid-‘90s, you should go on ahead and cover “How Much” from your artistic forefathers from the Midwest, Top Authority.
 

Freddie Gibbs: Oh yeah, Top Authority…that Rated G, that was my shit, man. I love Top Authority. That Michigan shit.

DX: Top Authority, The Dayton Family -

Freddie Gibbs: Oh yeah, Dayton Family: Bootleg, Shoestring, [that was my] shit, dude.

DX: Do you see yourself as a continuation of what was coming outta Flint back in the day as opposed to what was coming outta [nearby] Chicago? Like, Flint was more gutta gangsta shit but it was always centered around the struggle, and Chi-town’s a little bit more pimp shit…

Freddie Gibbs: I see [my music] kind of as a relation of both, ‘cause I rap about both elements. In the Midwest it’s a gutta area. They call it the rust belt: the Gary area, Flint, Michigan, and Detroit and all of that shit. It’s a lot of impoverished people, and broke-down factories, no jobs. So…we definitely gotta rap about that struggle element of it…as well as the pimpin’ element of it. So I think [my music is] definitely a combination of both.   

DX: Top Authority had a joint called “National Anthem” on that Rated G album, but your “National Anthem (Fuck The World)” isn’t a cover of their shoot-em-up song but rather a middle-finger to your doubters and detractors: “Playa hatas, fuck ‘em / Record labels, fuck ‘em / Radio, fuck ‘em / Hope my shit still be bumpin’.” I hope so too after they hear that line. [Laughs]

Freddie Gibbs: That’s just the real, man. That’s just how I feel. I think there’s a lot of people in this game gettin’ caught up too much in the hype of trying to impress either radio or record labels or just these bustas out here that don’t really know shit about music. Nobody’s just making what they wanna make, and that’s what I wanna do. I’m just all about making what I wanna make and putting it out how I wanna put it out, with no pressure from no [one.]

DX: If it’s “Record labels, fuck ‘em,” why’d you sign on the dotted line with Decon?

Freddie Gibbs: I signed with Decon [Records] to put out the EP. [But] I’m still like unsigned. I didn’t sign like a record deal, we partnered up to do this EP, this Str8 Killa, ‘cause they believed in what I was doing, [and] I believe in what they doing as a company, so we just partnered up to push this thing out nationally, just so I could get something in the stores…and to get a good look out there. Decon is a great company… I love everybody over there. We doin’ our thing.

DX: Now I’m just gonna play devil’s advocate here and ask if the recording home of Rakaa and Chali 2na is really the best fit for you? Are you concerned at all about appearing too subterranean Hip Hop to appeal to the audience for a Young Jeezy or a T.I. – the audience that seems more suited to your style?

Freddie Gibbs: Nah, definitely not. That’s the good thing about my music is like I’m so versatile as an artist. I [can] impress different crowds. I just rocked 5,000 people at the Pitchfork Music Festival. And 90% of them people was probably white, or wasn’t from where I’m from or from the ghetto or dealt with the things that I’ve dealt with. But, it’s great that my music can still connect to those people that never been through the pains that I been through. [And that] just shows my versatility as an artist. So yeah, I’m not worried about connecting with a certain audience. I think that my music can transcend over all of that.

DX: Are you gonna try to slide to the other side of the spectrum though and get you a Gangsta Gibbs Gangsta Grillz or something like that to try to impact that other audience too?

Freddie Gibbs: Nah, probably not. [Laughs] See, the thing about me is I’m into doing things differently than most rappers do nowadays. Everybody try to run and get a [DJ Drama hosted and mixed] Gangsta Grillz, or get some deejay to try to cosign ‘em or some shit like that. I don’t give a fuck about that shit. That was the whole thing of me doing the [EP deal] with Decon – nobody expected me to do that. That was way left. So, I just wanna do things that set me apart from most of these other rappers. Everybody got a damn Gangsta Grillz. I could care less about that shit.

DX: I know Alchemist has put some shit out through Decon, so was it Alc that hooked you up with the label?

Freddie Gibbs: Nah, it wasn’t [Alchemist], it was through other mutual friends. But definitely shout outs to Al. Al’s one of the most talented people in this game – that I’ve ever worked with. And that’s why we leaning towards doing this full-length project [together].

DX: Yeah, “Scary Gary” is my shit. So when we getting that Devil’s Palace EP with Alchemist?

Freddie Gibbs: Aw man, whenever we can both slow down and get in the lab and knock it out. We both got crazy schedules right now but…I’m in the lab doing my thing, [so] either way it go I’m putting a full-length out next, and it’s gonna be something to be reckoned with. The Str8 Killa EP is already something to be reckoned with. I don’t think that nobody in Rap is doing what I’m doing. I don’t think nobody got my flow. I tailor make my own shit. I ain’t rappin’ like none of these bustas. Really all the muthafuckas that came out the last five years is copycat-ass niggas, so it’s like, I don’t copy none of these niggas. Can’t none of these niggas do what I can do, because ain’t none of these niggas from where I’m from.   

DX: Back in January for your feature interview with DX you proclaimed that “I don’t think there’s anything I can’t do lyrically. I don’t think no nigga can match my flow.” Why don’t more cats from this generation of artists care what they do lyrically or what their flow [is] like…?

Freddie Gibbs: Point blank, bottom line, period, these niggas are dick-ridas. Like I just said, they all copycats. Most muthafuckas don’t give a fuck about the integrity of they work, or what they saying, as long as that shit hit, as long as they get that check [and] that record is spinning on radio. [But for me], I got a little brother, a little sister, [and] I got a whole city behind me and on my back, [so] I owe more to them than just to go rap some Looney Tune bullshit. I owe more to myself. I don’t wanna look back five years later or 10 years later and [be] like, “Aw man, I made that bullshit?” I’ll never feel bad about nothing I put out. And I ain’t gonna embarrass my family and my city by putting out some bullshit.

DX: Now let’s go back here, you mentioned that the next project on deck for you is a full-length, you got a tentative title we can give out to the people?

Freddie Gibbs: You know what? I don’t even know yet, man. I’m just gonna play it how it go. It’s gonna be something along that whole Devil’s [Palace] content…’cause that’s what I’m on right now. So it’s gonna be something real deep, something real hard, something satanistic. [Laughs.]

DX: [Laughs] “Devil’s Son” from Big L kinda shit.

Freddie Gibbs: Yeah, it’s gonna be some shit that’s gonna terrify these niggas.

DX: Your mother is gonna be…angry [Laughs.]

Freddie Gibbs: Oh yeah, my mom and my stepfather church-going people [so] they love it, man. They really love it [Laughs.]

DX: You said you’re in the lab, can we give out any names of any producers or any collaborators [you’re currently working with]?

Freddie Gibbs: I just worked with my homeboy Develop. We just did a real hot joint, “Face Down,” that’s gonna [be featured on the Str8 Killa No Filla mixtape and] really make a real impact… [And] I actually just did a new record with Jim Jonsin, so whew, watch out for that, that shit is gonna be real dope.

DX: Are you still working with any of like [your] old Interscope collaborators: Just Blaze and Buckwild?

Freddie Gibbs: Just [Alchemist] pretty much. Me and Al still link up. I would definitely like to work with all of those dudes [again], but they got they shit going on and I got my shit going on. And I can’t slow down to get in the lab with some prima donna-ass muthafuckas. I just wanna get in the lab and make music. Shouts-out to Buckwild though, [that’s] my homie. I still fuck with Buckwild, but we just ain’t got in the lab and did nuttin’ as of late.

DX: I know you’re focused on your own dolo project, but after “God Damn!” you know a full album with Reks is now mandatory.

Freddie Gibbs: I’m supposed to do a show with Reks like real soon down in Florida. So yeah, shouts out to Reks. And shouts-out to the homie Statik Selektah. He mixing the Str8 Killa No Filla mixtape. It’s just love. It’s just good to see good people doing good shit in this game and it was a pleasure to work with ‘em.

DX: You’re supposed to be on that 1982 album too, right?

Freddie Gibbs: Yeah, I was born in ’82, so I’m definitely gonna fuck with Statik and them on that. I heard Statik doing some shit [with fellow ‘82er] Cassidy [too], so it’s all love. Like I said, I just wanna make good music, and I definitely love what Statik doing.

DX: Now besides Reks, you know that after “Run Up To Me” , “Do Wrong” , and “Womb 2 The Tomb” [that] a collabo project with Pill is also in high demand. Any chance of maybe doing like a mixtape or something to satisfy that demand?

Freddie Gibbs: Uh…I mean, who knows man. Pill going in his direction with his career, and I’m going in my direction. Shouts-out to Pill. Pill the homie… Hopefully we can get in some more work. Like I said, he doing his thing, I’m doing my thing, [and] I wanna see how these solo careers pan out. [When] we both got the time and the space to do that [duo project] then I’m definitely open for it. 

DX: “Womb 2 The Tomb” just reaffirms to me that Gangsta Gibbs and Gangsta Pill are carrying that 2Pac torch for this era… So how responsible do you feel for keeping that ‘Pac tradition of ghetto gospel alive for this generation?

Freddie Gibbs: I think that somebody owe it to him. [2Pac] was definitely one of the [greatest], if not the greatest, of all time in this game, and I think his name and his spirit [should] still be spoken up [to] remind people of the impact that he had on the game. Everything that I do I just try to pay homage to the greats, be it ‘Pac, Scarface, [The Notorious B.I.G.], Jay-Z. If I do something that they did or they touched it’s just an extension of my hand to them…

DX: I know nobody likes comparisons but it’s hard not to compare a joint like “Rock Bottom” from Str8 Killa to some classic Me Against The World era ‘Pac. But you got a living legend on that joint witchu, Bun B. How does it feel to have a trill O.G. like Bun coming through with the co-sign for Freddie Gibbs?

Freddie Gibbs: Aww man, shouts-out to Bun B, man. That Trill O.G., go get that, in stores August 3 – right along with that Str8 Killa. Bun…I’m speechless when it come to Bun. Bun is definitely one of the staples of southern Hip Hop – Hip Hop period – and just to be on a record wit’ him was an honor for me, ‘cause I grew up listening to Bun. I probably bought [UGK's] Ridin’ Dirty two or three times. All the records that [UGK] put out: Dirty Money, Too Hard To Swallow, Supertight, I was jammin’ all them. All my older uncles [used to be] jammin’ those. So I’m a product of that whole UGK era, [and] so I thought it was fitting for both of us to do a record [together.] And I love Bun for coming out and knockin’ that out for me. I’m real appreciative of that, ‘cause I meet a lot of sick muthafuckas in this game and Bun always kept it 100 wit’ me. He invited me to his show last June in New York – rocked it. Bun always kept it a 100 wit’ me; he ain’t never Hollywood or any of that. So I definitely appreciate Bun for that. He definitely somebody that I look up to in this game and wanna follow [in his footsteps.]

DX: There’s a video for the other joint Bun is featured on, “Oil Money” , forthcoming, correct?

Freddie Gibbs: Definitely. It should be done within the next couple of weeks… We doing like a group project with Chuck Inglish, Chip Tha Ripper, Bun B and myself, and it’s gonna come out hard. I’m just glad that people are taking a liking to the record that we did, ‘cause it’s definitely some left field type of shit.

DX: Now, a Bun B co-sign has become like a stamp of approval for newer artists like yourself, Drake, etc. And in relation to that I wanna ask you about something you spit a few years back, for the title-track to your Live From Gary, Indiana tape. On that joint you said, “Critics compare me to these rappers in my age bracket / Don’t put me in the category wit’ them faggots.” A few years forward from that statement, do you feel like fans need to keep you separated from the Kid Cudi’s, the Drake’s…?

Freddie Gibbs: Definitely man, you gotta separate me from them dudes. ‘Cause we definitely not doing the same type of Rap. Them dudes ain’t been through what I been through, so they can’t put it down how I put it down. The same with me, I can’t put it down how they put it down ‘cause I ain’t did the shit that they did. I ain’t never been on no fuckin’ Degrassi High or no shit like that. [Laughs] My nigga, I’m from Gary, Indiana. I’m from the ghetto, my nigga, like the real ghetto. So I can only just speak on what I’m speaking on and make good Gangsta Rap music, ‘cause that’s what I grew up on. And…not just Drake and [Kid] Cudi, shit, you gotta really separate me from everybody in the game ‘cause I’m the only person from Gary, Indiana out here like that. [And] like I said, I tailor make my flow [and] don’t none of these niggas rap like me. Right now it’s just Midwest versus everybody. We doin’ our thing, and I’m just trying to put on for my city and my region. And that’s how I separate myself from these niggas in the game.

DX: I noticed when you got the XXL Freshmen 2010 cover it’s kinda like – I can’t remember if you’re standing next to Big Sean, but it’s kinda like…one of these kids is not like the other ones. [Laughs]

Freddie Gibbs: [Laughs] Actually, I think I was next to Big Sean, but the homie Jay Rock was next to me too. Shouts-out to the homie Jay Rock, that’s my Blood, that’s my nigga. But…like I said, in everything I do, in every move I make, from the smallest detail, I try to set myself apart from the rest of these Rap niggas. That’s what I like about that cover, I don’t think that nobody was alike, so to speak. I think that everybody on there do they own thing. And that’s what was cool about it, it was real diverse.    

DX: Let’s just end this Q&A with one loose question I been wanting to ask you since reading your LA Weekly feature, did I understand correctly that while you were with Interscope Eminem passed on working with you?

Freddie Gibbs: Yeah, Eminem passed on me, man. [Laughs] That’s one of the craziest things of my career. I love Eminem’s work…but him and [Shady Records co-founder] Paul [Rosenberg], I guess they figured that I wasn’t up to they standard. I don’t know what the fuck they was thinking when they did that, ‘cause I see other muthafuckas on they label that can’t hold a candle to the shit I do. But that’s they business, that’s they company, I don’t got nothing against what the fuck they doing. Until a muthafucka say something bad about me, then I’ll go in on these niggas. But I ain’t got nothing against nothing they doing. That was a stage of my career I was at, and maybe I wasn’t appealing to them at the time. But, I ain’t trippin’, it is what it is, I ain’t bitter about that. At first I felt surprised, especially when I saw other muthafuckas that they signed. I’m like, “Man, this [dude]? C’mon man, get real.” [Laughs] But at the same time, it was a blessing in disguise ‘cause it got me to this point where I’m at and letting me know I don’t need no muthafucka to get my name out there. I don’t need no Eminem. I don’t need no co-signs from none of these niggas to get where I need to be in this game. So that [experience] was just kinda opening my eyes to something, and showing me to go another direction. I [could have been] on Shady [Records] and shelved or dropped or forgotten about right now. I’m 28 right now, [and] I think I’m at an age where I can definitely see things better than what I could see ‘em at 23. So I’m glad I ain’t sign with Shady Records.

DX: I just can’t believe there was no Midwest love coming from Em [Laughs.]

Freddie Gibbs: Yeah, that’s what I said, man. And [then] they signing bustas. [Laughs] Straight bustas. I don’t even gotta say these bustas' names. But, I ain’t trippin’ my nigga, like I said, that’s they company. Hopefully, I can come up and be on the same level as Eminem one day.

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54 Comments

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  • Anonymous

    The next Papoose

  • Ben

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  • kamus365

    Gibbs is aight and all but them comments jus rub me the wrong way (i kno he doesnt care) 1st he sorta takes a jab at Em then says he wants to be like him 1 day! then about the Drake thing.I think we all know that his material is far different than Drake's but by sayin stuff like "I ain’t never been on no fuckin’ Degrassi High or no shit like that" i mean we no that Gibbs! idk maybe it jus me but for a new artist who really hasnt did anything he's not in a good position 2talk about 1st the best selling artist of this decade & a artist who is on fire right now!! #jargon

  • Assassin221

    Never heard this dude but glad somebody's reppin the G.

    • gansgstaa

      he was on XXL freshmen....... hes actually part of the new wave of dope weed rappers that include big KRIT, wiz khalifa, curren$y, etc....... out of them all, freddie is probably the most versatile! he only got 2 mixtapes so far but they're both have mad replay value, i recommend you check him up

    • who who

      Gary, IN is a toilet.

  • wackshit

    Gibbs > everyone else in rap.and the realest since Pimp C. FUCK YALL

  • get ya sum

    all yall bitches eat a dick wit ur fagget ass comments that nobody gives 2 fucks about cum guzzlers

  • Kay W

    Gibs is aight I guess , at least there are guys like cashis & boby creekwater who he signed that are allot , allot worst , Eminem is a sell out , I quote what Eminem once said in a song when he was beefin with benzino " you put jada on a track that's how much you suck dick in this industry " , now he's putin wayne and kanye west on a track , dickriding them like hell on the song talkin to myself , plus he ain't controversial anymore, recovery might be a good album but that doesn't cut it when you know where the fuck he came from , I'm still waitin on someone to expose him right now , don't get me wrong what he did in the period slim shady LP till the eminem show was amazing , even better will never be outdone by anyone soon

    • kid kash

      i feel u on tha part that em aint as gud as he was in the slim shady lp days to da eminem show days...i like dat nigga bobby creekwater though, he be spittin real shit 2...freddie is a problem too and i hope that they both do well in this game...IMO, i think that freddie should just do his thing independently cuz he aint gunna get no attention on no label, he's too real...the only thing that i'm worried about is that he'll take this pac attitude and try to copy it a lil too much like niggas was tryna do a couple years ago when niggas was all gangstas and shit...that's just me though!!!

    • Jay S

      This nigga is retarded how u talkin bout he's a sell out cause he puts people on his tracks?? Dickridin them on Talkin to Myself? Em would destroy Kanye and Wayne.

    • Preachhh

      I agree eminem sucks . Actually I've always thought he's sucked balls since he's first came out. he was never good. No hating just honesty.

  • Reverendz

    This dude just said that Em is signing some straight bustas and he won't say any names...I hope that's not a subliminal diss towards Slaughterhouse because Slaughterhouse is the only group and the latest signing by Eminem to Shady records and if it is a subliminal diss then this dude had better pray that Royce or Joe Budden don't send a direct subliminal diss back at him because they can and will rip this Freddie clown a small asshole on the low if they want to...And if this Freddie dude responds to either Joe Budden or Royce then I suggest that he prepares for his death bed because Joey or Royce will rip this dude to shreds and bury him faster than he thinks and then the underground rap scene will surely have no more respect left for him so he might wanna refrain that straight busta message he just sent...This Freddie dude should just go ahead and say Royce or Joe Budden or Crooked I or Joell Ortiz name...You know Joey will be waiting to slaughter this dude if he does decide to say his name that's why he's too fuckin scared to say any names over there at Shady that's why he won't say shit...He's bitchin' up...I know he can't be talking about Cashis or Slim Da Mobster...He should just go right ahead and start naming those names unless he's just a bitch that's so afraid of getting his ass pulled because it will get pulled and he knows that...If you're gonna talk like a tough guy then you had better take every ounce of shit from the tough guys because I know for a fact that Slaughterhouse will show no fuckin' mercy on this clown and they will make this dude leave the rap game much more quicker than when he first tried to get into it...

    • nick

      slaughterhouse wouldn't do too great in a battle with freddie gibbs. Gibbs is a g, slaughterhouse is all fast rapping and wordplay.

    • kid kash

      nigga stop dickriding...slaughterhouse is cool and all dat but ur on their nuts a lil too much...but some real shit, joe budden does go too far when he be dissin niggas, lolsz...fuck it, ma nigga joey goes in!!!!!!!!

    • problemz327

      Cue the defenders of slaughterhouse and shady..smh...gibbs is a grown ass man and he can say whatever he want to whoever he want..

    • deez nuts

      He's talking about something that happened when he was still signed to Interscope in 06, 07. Slaughterhouse wasn't even a group back then

    • get ya sum

      I aint even read this shit just came to talk some shit! essay writing fagget GET YA SUM punk

    • edubb1977

      PLEASE YOU DICK RIDIN A LIL BIT TO MUCH DONT SLEEP ON GIBBS

  • Hucc

    I,m 31 and Gibbs music is taking me bacc in the day. When it was the realest music ever Gibbs go Hard. Def feeling this shit.

  • edubb1977

    GIBBS IS ON HIS WAY UP AND WHY ARE SOME OF YOU SAYING HE SHOULD KEEP EM'S NAME OUT OF HIS MOUTH ....... FOR WHAT BECAUSE HE AINT DICK RIDIN FOR EM I DONT BLAME HIM GIBBS IS HIS OWN MAN ON HIS WAY UP REPRESENTIN THE REAL OBVIOUSLY EM DONT FUCK WITH REAL CATS AND TO REJECT A CAT THATS FROM THE SAME REGION IS QUESTIONABLE ANYWAY GIBBS KEEP THAT REAL SHIT COMIN AND FUCK THESE HATES AND BANDWAGON DICK RIDERS

  • dopeman

    Shady records is wack. Freddie Gibbs > . And he's keeping it real while all these other rappers keep it boring and soft.

  • muzikCALI

    GIBBS n JayRock would be cool Colabo..

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  • WHATUPWHATSHAAPNIN

    gangsta gangsta gibbs ya'll...you haters cant be serious listen to that national anthem track the way he speeds his flow up and shit, dude is mad ill just to gangsta to be mainstream...although i agree he should keep em's name out of his mouth

  • sfasfda

    input this URL: http://www.shoesforking.com you can find many cheap and fashion sruff

  • M-Eighty

    Freddie is the Shit! Fuck what u heard! M

  • on 2nd thought

    this is why i'm buying Str8 Killa on Aug 7. Gangsta Gibbs should have been alone on that XXL cover.

  • taylorgangordie

    man everyones a fuggin hater, gibbs is definently one of the most lyrical freshman in the past 5 years and no one could fux with him. whoever is hating is just an ignorant lil wayne groupie ass fuck. GANGSTA GANGSTA GIBBS NIGGA

  • Rocky black boa

    Nigga dont have commercial appeal. Plain + simple =not hating. Stay underground n keep Em's name out of ur mouth homie.

  • SWADE

    Freddie is a wanna be that is soon to be a never was!! Get the fuck outta here!!!

    • nickelnine

      You're an idiot. Gangsta Gibbs is on the come up. If you don't like him, take your hate and get the fuck outta here nigga

  • i'm at work and bored

    ahahaha. Gibbs, Em didn't wanna sign you because your wack and ugly as hell. And your not better than Ca$his, Stat or even Bobby Creek. the fuck outta here.

    • kid kash

      @nickelnine...that nigga wouldn't have been better than proof if he was alive...that's ma nigga gibbs but he wouldn't have been better than proof........or kuniva...........or buggz.....or Mr.Porter...

    • r.pgh

      i haven't heard a ton of dudes music, but from the handful of shit i've heard he's light years beyond Bizaire....which isn't really saying much.

    • HoodGrown

      @I'm at work and bored... LMAO.. just busting on you fam.

    • i'm at work and bored

      @ Nick 9. Eh? listen to Ca$his' Homeland Security mixtape and then tell me Gibbs is better. Gibbs is better than Mr. Porter? that's some funny shit. He just dissed entire Shady records' roster just because Em didn't wanna sign him and I'm the hater? Wowzers. @Hoodgrown yeah, u right. What i should of said was this jackass has one ugly personality.

    • nickelnine

      Lmao. He is better than all the guys you mentioned. He's better than every D12 member not named Em. He's better than any member of G-Unit. I'd say he's better than most of Shady Records.

    • HoodGrown

      I hope this is a female commenting on Gibb's look and not a man... cause where I come from.. men don't comment on how another man looks. If you think one nigga is "ugly".. by the same token that must mean you think anotha nigga "looks good" We don't comment on men's looks fam.

  • FUCK IS WRONG

    GIBBS NIGGA! SOME STREET SLASH UNDERGROUND SHIT. BEST OF BOTH WORLDS MY NIGG.

  • dopeman

    Freddie Gibbs is the most refreshing rapper in almost a decade. Probably since 50 first dropped. Some real honest hard ass shit.

  • CelebSexTapes

    Watch VANESSA HUDGENS, SHAUNA SANDS and PARIS HILTON naked and fucking just click my name!

  • Big64

    He's hoping to be on Eminem's level someday? LOLOLOL

    • Badmofo

      & Em wanted to be Pac so whats you point fuck face. It clear you have no goals other than being the biggest fag alive.

    • BWS-Fish

      u should always aim to be the best, so every MC should aspire to be like eminem.

  • maino suck

    gibbs my nigga fuck da haters

  • LB213

    This nigga straight, definitely ill..but why the tupac front????? #jussayinniggas

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