Archive for July 6, 2011
Freddie Gibbs is an outspoken guy. Don’t believe us? Just check out our recent interview with the Gary, Indiana, native where he took shots at everyone from Drake to Wale to Wiz Khalifa. And although Freddie’s always got a good fight story to tell, he’s just as much as a lover as he is a fighter. That’s why, in the midst of taking shots at your favorite rappers, we got Gangsta Gibbs to break down his favorite women (listed in no particluar order).
Whether it’s directed towards the ample breasts of Jill Scott, the wife of a legendary football player, or a one-time Complex cover girl, Gibbs has plenty to say about the ladies he loves. Never one to shy away from his often controversial comments, when we told Gibbs that we’d Twitter his quotes to the ladies in question, his response was, “Great, maybe I’ll get a date out of this.” Let’s see if he does.
Via : Complex
We’re only half-way through 2011 but Curren$y has already dropped so many projects that he’s putting every rapper who claims to “grind” to shame. After releasing Covert Coup (with The Alchemist), as well as his mixtape Return To The Winners Circle, he dropped his latest release this week, Weekend At Burnie’s.
As much as Spitta loves making music, we can’t help but wonder which records he loves to listen to. To find out, we got him to break down his 25 Favorite Albums. However, despite our sincerest attempts, we couldn’t get him to rank the albums.
“The first 25 I think about will be the most impactful on my life,” Spitta said. “I don’t think it’s fair [to rank them]. They’re each something major to my life. They’re all the most important album I’ve ever heard in my life. So I can’t rank them but I can tell you why they’re all important…”
- N.W.A., Niggaz4Life (1991)
- Dr. Dre, The Chronic (1992)
- 2Pac, All Eyez On Me (1996)
- The Notorious B.I.G., Life After Death (1997)
- Nas, It Was Written (1996)
- Jay-Z, The Blueprint (2001)