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Freddie Gibbs Shares The Tracklist For His New Album

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Freddie Gibbs Shares Tracklist For His New Album
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Freddie Gibbs is dropping his new album “$oul $old $eparately” on Friday, Sep 30. Yesterday, Gibbs shared the 14-song tracklist for the highly anticipated 2022 release. There are also tons of big-name stars & talents that we see the Indiana rapper collaborate with on this project.

Pusha T, Offset, Anderson.Paak, Rick Ross, Scarface, DJ Paul, Raekwon, Musiq Soulchild & Kelly price appear in the credits of the tracklist. Many of these names are expected on a Freddie album, but it’ll be intriguing to hear what he’ll do with Offset & Anderson.Paak. So far, we’ve only listened to the official single “Too Much,” featuring Memphis artist Moneybagg Yo.

The Currents Beef In His Career Presently

Much coverage around Freddie Gibbs has recently been surrounded by his online back & forths with Buffalo rapper Benny the Butcher. Unfortunately, their feud has gone as far as entering real-world results/incidents. 

A few months ago, Freddie ended up in an altercation with a large group of men (allegedly tied to Benny) at a restaurant in Buffalo, NY. Before & outside of this event, both artists have hurled physical threats toward each other for a while now. Even a Funk Flex freestyle came out today, September 20th, where Freddie disses Benny (and DJ Akademiks).

The Versatility Of Freddie Gibbs

One expectation fans have for Freddie is to display his complete versatility in 2022. Obviously, he’s primarily famous for his lyrical collaborative tapes with heavy involvement of samples. However, Freddie has always been an artist with tons of hard bangers. Even this album’s single “Too Much” with Moneybagg Yo sounds like a certified hit that’s true to his style/character.

Do you expect “$oul $old $eparately” to live up to the expectations set by previous releases? And do you think Freddie Gibbs’ new album will experiment & show off multiple rap styles here?

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Written by: Oryah Brown | Instagram: @oryah.wav

I've been writing Hip-Hop content on my own for almost 2 years now. Music has always been my passion, and I have experience in most areas that utilize the art form: production, writing, curating, engineering, etc.

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