Freddie Gibbs - ESGN

Production: Big Jerm, Cardo, Fire & Ice, GMF, League of Starz, Lifted, Like O, Lord Zedd, Sap, Sayeez, SMKA, Superville, The Colleagues, Tone Mason, Willie B

Lead Single: The Color Purple

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Gary, Indiana street lyricist Freddie Gibbs has decided original release date July 9 was just too long to wait and has now officially released his latest commercial mixtape, ESGN (Evil Seeds Grow Naturally). His first project since 2012's Baby Face Killa, the LP boasts 19 fresh tracks from the Midwestern phenom, among them singles "The Color Purple," "One Eighty Seven," "Freddie Soprano" and "Eastside Moonwalker." The LP packs guest appearances from a formidable slate of collaborators, including BJ the Chicago Kid, Daz Dillinger, G.I. Fleezy, G-Wiz, Jay Rock, Problem and Spice 1. Beats come courtesy of Big Jerm, Cardo, Sap, Sayeez, SMKA and many more.

ESGN is now available for official stream and purchase via EMPIRE Distribution. All files are high quality audio mp3s (320 kbps).

Written by on Jun 20, 2013


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