Freddie Gibbs has a new album on the way titled SSS, and he’s been sharing news about it all year. The Gary, Indiana native wanted to share some more information, and this time fans are getting an update on the album’s sound.

On Wednesday (November 10), Freddie Gibbs took to his Twitter account to give fans a taste of the album’s production by revealing the beatsmiths he enlisted for SSS — which Gibbs said stands for Soul Sold Separately. According to Gibbs, he has the best album of the year, thanks to this cast of producers.

“Madlib, Alchemist, Boi 1da, Pharrell, Jake One, DJ Paul, Justice League, Working On Dying, Seven Thomas, Tay Keith, Kaytranada, Bizness Boi… I got the best album of the year. #SSS,” Gibbs wrote on Twitter before taking another shot at his favorite enemy Akademiks.

“I named the producers first because they established the vibe. I’ll give u the features on the track list #SSS #FuckAkademiks,” Gibbs added.

Freddie Gibbs is already a 2x-HipHopDX Rap Album Of The Year champion, and he’s looking to repeat for a third time with SSS. One of the many reasons he took home the title twice was the fluid chemistry he had with Madlib and Alchemist on Bandana and Alfredo, respectively. HipHopDX gave Alfredoa 4.5 while Bandana received a 5 in our reviews. With both producers and even more legendary creatives contributing to SSS, Gibbs is swinging for the fences.



During a recent interview with Complex about his forthcoming movie Down With The King, Gibbs briefly spoke on what fans can expect on the highly-anticipated album.

“Nah man, SSS, my new album,” Gibbs said. “Soul Sold Separately, that’s my muthafucking all fresh shit. The new album is going to be crazy. This is probably going to be the best album I did. I think this one. I think ever since Piñata, I’ve been dropping classic albums, so I’m not going to stop right there.

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Piñata, classic. Bandana was a classic. Alfredo is a classic. SSS, going to be the same thing. I leveled up on his album. It’s going to be more features. It’s a little more sauce on this one I would say. Alfredo, that was just me rapping with…shit, I barely wrote a fucking hook on Alfredo. I was just showing n-ggas they can’t rap better than me.”