Track: Peter Jackson ft. Freddie Gibbs, SwizZz, Aasim, Consequence, Jon Connor – IDGAF 3.0

From Peter Jackson’s Good Company mixtape, which is available on DatPiff, the second remix of “I Don’t Give A Fuck” features Freddie Gibbs, SwizZz, Aasim, Consequence and Jon Connor.

Track: Talib Kweli ft. Freddie Gibbs and Jon Connor – Makes No Sense

 

 

Future Hip-Hop Hall of Famer Talib Kweli enlists some of the up and coming players in the game for the new track “Makes No Sense“.  Fredddie Gibbs and Jon Connor make an appearance on the hookless banger.  Kweli’s Prisoner of Conscious is set to be released on May 7th.

LA Leakers – The 2013 Draft Picks

 

 

The LA Leakers, DJs SourMilk and Justin Credible, present the 2013 Draft Picks mixtape.  Featuring appearances from who to look out for this year, including:  Trinidad James,  Kid Ink, Problem, Wale, Glasses Malone, Pac Div,  Freddie Gibbs, A$AP Rocky and many more.

Mixtape: Fool’s Gold Records Presents – Loosies

After celebrating five years of groundbreaking music and events, Brooklyn indie powerhouse Fool’s Gold Records puts a giant exclamation point on 2012 with the release of their highly anticipated rap compilation Loosies on December 18th.

Fool’s Gold co-founders A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs bring their unique DJ sensibilities to the album, which the two have curated over the course of this year. Who else could bring Juicy J, Jim Jones, Flatbush Zombies and El-P together over a beat from A-Trak and Flosstradamus? Loosies features original music from the label’s very own rap phenomenon Danny Brown and latest signee GrandeMarshall, and a who’s who of new school kings and fresh talents from across the country. Get familiar with Gita, World’s Fair, Roach Gigz and more upstarts who bring an awesome and diverse element of surprise to Loosies’ 22 tracks.

Freddie Gibbs Talks Coming Into The Rap Game, BFK & More

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“In this interview with Cyclones Magazine, Gangsta Gibbs talks briefly about his career timeline. Freddie talks about 50 Cent being an influence in his early career about having an aggressive approach into becoming successful. He goes on to talk about the Mad Gibbb’s project naming out his favorite tracks and says he loved them all equally.

Gibbs talks about his inspirations into making music for the streets dedicated to his life experiences and friends/family experiences which is why his music is authentic. In closing, Freddie touches briefly on upcoming projects he’s currently working and rappers he would like to collaborate with including Jay-Z, 50 Cent and Scarface being a big influence.”

Source: FreeOnSmash

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