In October the elusive rapper JMSN dropped “Street Sweeper” the lead follow-up single to his 2013 release †Pllajë†. And with his sophomore album due out December 9th he has enlisted the help from hip-hop’s resident gangsta Freddie Gibbs for the official remix. Peep the “Street Sweeper” remix with Gangsta Gibbs after the jump!

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Last year footage surfaced of Freddie Gibbs and Mike Dean working “in the lab” and ever since then very little additional information has been given regarding that session. Now Gangsta Gibbs has shared a new track entitled “Sellin’ Dope” which gives artist credit to Mike Dean. Our guess is Mike Dean, who is a hip-hop producer and certainly no rapper (best known for working with Kanye West), produced the cut. The track is absolutely menacing, both in production and in overall concept/theme as Dean’s ominous ghastly beat perfectly suits Gibbs’ aggressive flow and hyper-realistic subject matter (yes, sellin’ dope). The track will appear on the Grand Theft Auto V next-gen iteration. Listen after the jump!

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The rapper-producer duo of Freddie Gibbs (Gary, Indiana) and Madlib (Oxnard, California) could not have worked out better than it already has, as their debut collaborative album Pinata from earlier this year has reached a level of critical and fan acclaim very few hip-hop albums have seen in recent memory. And now their excellent “Knicks” cut gets a remix from the great Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$, and Ransom. Damn, now that’s a stacked line-up. Listen after the jump and be on the look out for Gibbs and Madlib’s forthcoming Knicks Remix EP due out Nov. 18.

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The Game’s highly-anticipated Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf is set to drop on Oct. 14th and the Compton rapper has already previewed four tracks in “F*ck Yo Feelings,” “Black On Black,” “Really”, and “Or Nah”. And judging by those four drops, it’s not only looking to be a feature heavy affair but also grim and aggressive, which is precisely The Game everyone wants and loves. And to reassure fans of the aforementioned Game, he drops “Hit Em Hard” featuring Bobby Shmurda, Freddie Gibbs and Skeme. Check it out after the jump.

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Video: Jeezy – “Holy Ghost”

 |  September 16, 2014
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First he blessed us with the ill Kendrick Lamar feature on the remix and now Jeezy brings us the official music video for “Holy Ghost”. The Don Cannon produced track is brought to life in a very stylized, cinematic way with Jeezy riding in the back of his Rolls-Royce Ghost gazing at the city streets of Los Angeles. Check out the video after the jump.

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A video from one of the sleeper releases of last Fall Piñata. Freddie keeps his grit at all costs, trudging around in this lo-fi number. He puts a day in his life inside the lens of a trip to Harold’s. That’s terrific metaphor sprinkled with the most times you’ve ever heard the word “b*tch.” At the bottom of the gutter, there’s a story he always finds. Watch it after the jump.
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Bobby Capri hits us with this follow up song from his Instant Gratification project. It’s the kind of light-hearted, pitter patter flow that gives Gibbs a great canvas. It turns the uphill climb of rap careers into an understandable work-a-day plot. Check the ambition track after the jump.
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Freeway & the Jacka are the latest in a duo series the Philly gangster rapper has formed. His works with JakeOne and Girl Talk, respectively, were solid. Of course his State Property team were the best almost-legends that never were. “Cherry Pie” features Gibbs and singer Jynx trotting through broken ghettoes, singing a hustler song through smoke plumes. Check it after the jump. H/t Miss Info.
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Tech N9ne

On Wednesday June 4, 2014, Tech N9ne tore down the House of Blues in Los Angeles, Califronia. Tech was joined by Strange Music brethren Krizz Kaliko, as well as Freddie Gibbs, Jarren Benton & Psych Ward Druggie. Click through this slideshow to check out exclusive photos from this event. All photos by Kyle Stuart.

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