Freddie Gibbs Flips 6LACK for "NO PRBLMS Freestyle" Video

Turning modern R&B into gangsta rap.

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It’s been a year and some change since Freddie Gibbs dropped his last major studio project, Shadow of a Doubt, but the ESGN gangsta rap icon is set to make his full-length return at the end of this month. Last week, Gibbs introduced us to his new album, You Only Live 2wice, and debuted the LP’s lead record via its official visual. Today, the “Boxframe Cadillac” emcee swiftly follows up his recent return with a new video for an impressive, hard-hitting freestyle over fast-rising R&B newcomer 6LACK‘s “PRBLMS.” Dubbing his rework “NO PRBLMS,” Gibbs serves up acrobatically-woven bars about the street life, his current state, overcoming recent legal issues and more.

You can check out Freddie Gibbs’ Eric Nelson-directed “NO PRBLMS Freestyle” video above – You Only Live 2wice is set to arrive on March 31. Gibbs also has a joint project with Curren$y in the works.

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