A few of months back, rap monster Freddie Gibbs announced the impending release of his new album $oul $old $eparately, and he shared its 1st one, the Moneybagg Yo collab “Too Considerably.” We won’t have to wait around also prolonged for the album itself to get there. $oul $outdated $eparately is coming out in just a single 7 days. Gibbs not too long ago unveiled the tracklist for the document, and it’ll include collaborations with boldfaced names like Pusha T, Anderson .Paak, Scarface, Raekwon, Rick Ross, Offset, DJ Paul, Musiq Soulchild, and Kelley Cost. Right now, Gibbs has shared another new tune, and it’s a James Blake generation.
The combination of Freddie Gibbs and James Blake might appear to be a little bit not likely. Blake has worked with a lot of rapper about the earlier 10 years, but Freddie Gibbs isn’t commonly regarded as a cerebral, insular kind like past Blake collaborators Kendrick Lamar and André 3000 or a sonic curator like Travis Scott. When you listen to the new tune “Dark Hearted,” though, it helps make perception. Gibbs raps his ass off, but strategies Blake’s glassy and contemplative track from a susceptible spot. They seem fantastic collectively.
Underneath, pay attention to “Dark Hearted” and test out the $oul $outdated $eparately tracklist. Also, earlier this 7 days, Freddie Gibbs confirmed up on Funkmaster Flex’s radio clearly show and went into the blackout zone with his freestyle. You’re likely to want to check out that underneath.
01 “Couldn’t Be Done” (Feat. Kelly Value)
02 “Blackest In The Room”
03 “Pain & Strife” (Feat. Offset)
04 “Zipper Bagz”
05 “Too Significantly (Feat. Moneybagg Yo)
06 “Lobster Omelette” (Feat. Rick Ross)
07 “Space Rabbit”
08 “Feel No Pain” (Feat. Anderson .Paak & Raekwon)
09 “Rabbit Vision”
10 “PYS” (Feat. DJ Paul)
11 “Dark Hearted”
12 “Gold Rings” (Feat. Pusha T)
13 “Grandma’s Stove” (Feat. Musiq Soulchild)
15 “Decoded” (Feat. Scarface)
$oul $previous $eparately is out 9/30.