2018 was a big year for Freddie Gibbs and thankfully, his momentum isn't slowing down. He returned with Freddie before linking up with Curren$y and Alchemist to complete their long-awaited collaboration album, Fetti. Earlier this month, the rapper returned with his single, "Flat Tummy Tea" which serves as the first single from the long-awaited sequel to 2014's Pinata. With Bandana on the way, we brought back a classic Freddie Gibbs track for this week's #TBT.
ESGN was the beginning of Freddie Gibbs' triumphant run following his departure from Young Jeezy's CTE. His studio debut album included the track, "Eastside Moonwalker" which served as a single off the project. The rapper flexes his lyrical acrobatics over the hard-hitting production of GMF. ESGN showcased many of Freddie Gibbs affiliates, but "Eastside Moonwalker" was a menacing track that showcased Gibbs' powerful force as a solo artists.
Rest in peace to my motherfuckin' homeboy
But hold your tears, he ain't nothin' but a fuckboy
He might as well be a dead man in my eyes
.223 sucka free when I ride