This may make you cringe. Gibbs provides the visual to “Pronto”… while fully covered with real live snakes. Some crazy close-ups are created though. This one’s an interesting watch you should definitely watch… wait for it… pronto.
Boiler Room did not disappoint last night with slated artists Shash’U, STWO, Rae Sremmurd, Badbadnotgood, Ghostface Killah, Kaytranada, and special guests, Goldlink, Funk Master Flex, J Rocc, Freddie Gibbs, and Dipset – yeah, man. I swear if the bar didn’t shut it down, Just Blaze and Action Bronson may have taken the stage too. Highlights of the 5 hour event include Ghostface and Killah Priest slaying Wu classics to the live beats of Badbadnotgood, J Rocc absolutely tearing the decks apart, and Dipset playing the hits. Shouts to Ray-Ban and Boiler Room for throwing the dopest party I’ve been to since Pitchfork afters with Tek-Life (RIP DJ Rashad).
Whoa, another surprise new project — this one for the hip hop heads as Freddie Gibbs releases a 3-track EP titled Pronto. Dana Williams is the lone feature with production by Big Pops and Mikhail. Needless to say, you know what to do pronto.
The “Old English” video premieres and reminds me of some 90s MTV animation. The three don’t appear together, but the end result is still pretty fresh. Watch/enjoy above.
Gangsta Gibbs gets the nod for the chill remix to “Street Sweeper”. Not sure what this cover art is exactly, but give this one a listen below. Perfect for a calm Monday morning.