Gary, Indiana rap phenom Freddie Gibbs may have the cold heart of a gangster, but he feels for innocent individuals who get caught up in the street life. On Way 2 Fast, an unreleased cut recently premiered on RapRadar, an unknown producer’s (credit is given to Mobb Deep!?) gritty boardwork bangs in the background as the emcee mourns for young women who have gone down the path that leads to “addiction, abuse and death.” This record isn’t attached to any forthcoming project but fans can, of course, keep it locked for all the latest from Gibbs.
Written by richard on 05/6/11
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