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Freddie Gibbs – Toca Tuesdays Freestyle

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As promised, from Freddie’s visit to Tony’s house.

Freddie Gibbs – Toca Tuesdays Freestyle

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Previously: Freddie Gibbs feat. Pill – Do Wrong (Radio Rip)


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72 Responses to “Freddie Gibbs – Toca Tuesdays Freestyle”

  1. landlord Says:

    kevfrescura de talco Says:

    January 25th, 2010 at 8:40 pm
    mitchy slick as a rap name has very homo connotations to it. now i know thas a perception but anything/one being called slick and not set in blaxploitation days is suspect to me.

    ——-

    that whole blood/crip & peoples/folks culture reeks of homosexuality… SMH @ niggas that seek love, comfort, nurturing and acceptance from a group of criminally minded men, who are either their peers, or older …

    too many hoes in here …

  2. Zee! Says:

    Fiyah

  3. g7 Says:

    Gibbs spittin’ over a D-Sisive track. not bad at all.

  4. cOLD Says:

    Gibbs spittin’ over a D-Sisive track. not bad at all.

    ^ you put me onto this kid, isnt he like a depressed dude from Canada. That one song in the laundromat.

  5. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    too many hoes in here …

    ^

    organized ho’s tho land. their organized.

  6. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    LOL @ cats debating themselves on bullshit no one gives a fuck about

    Talking shit about gang culture but I’m pretty sure you wouldn’t say that shit to a gang of Blood niggas.

  7. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin Says:

    the only MCs from the south that i respect for their mic talents are

    JayElectronica
    Phonte & Big Pooh
    Gene and Terrance
    Ludacris (even though im not a fan)

    the rest of ‘em are throwaway disposable MCs …

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    So you dont respect the mic talent of any of these mc’s???

    T.I
    Andre 3000
    Twista
    Bun B

    4 real???

  8. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    they’re > their

  9. PHENOMENON Says:

    PETA’s Message to Kanye West/Amber Rose

    ^ ^
    I love animals, but. . .

    SHUT THE FU*K UP, YO!!

  10. landlord Says:

    If we go back in history and time, So little music had effective messages, even Urban music.. Most music white or black has been a release from the normal state of life.

    ——–

    nah Boosie… if you check history its the exact opposite…

    artists like Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind & Fire, Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson & Prince & James Brown (in his prime), have ALWAYS had universal messages in their music and that has allowed it to stand the test of time… artists like Joe Tex, Johnnie Taylor and Pigmeat Markham sold units but are lost in history’s shuffle cause they sang nonsense and party and bullshit type 60s songs …

  11. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    Wade and lebron are not human

  12. PHENOMENON Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:
    January 25th, 2010 at 8:50 pm

    LOL @ cats debating themselves on bullshit no one gives a fuck about

    Talking shit about gang culture but I’m pretty sure you wouldn’t say that shit to a gang of Blood niggas.

    ^ ^
    I’d say that sh*t to a “Broadband Blood” or a “Comcast Crip” and I bet they won’t do SHHHHIIITTT!!!

  13. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    this dude said pigmeat markham. “here come the judge!” lolol.

  14. landlord Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    January 25th, 2010 at 8:50 pm
    LOL @ cats debating themselves on bullshit no one gives a fuck about

    —————-

    so now me and Boosie are the same person?…

    tell me you cant be that stupid…

    im surprised and flattered that some of you retards actually think im like 5 different people at once…

    FACT: i havent used any screenname other than landlord in months… and even then i forewarned and told niggas who i was… none of that bait and switch name trickery …

    if you suspect otherwise, you really need to log off and stop seeing ghosts and sweating me… its not even that serious….

  15. Gravity Says:

    Daps Land, G7…

    Lionel sold out or som’n? He don’t get props in the Black community much.. He was real big back home though..

    Drake set up beef with J.Cole by his statements in that interview.. Chess move. SFG is some weak sauce even though I respect his hussle.. He makes good hooks but Cole is gonna be that dude. ie. If Elect keep slipping..

  16. landlord Says:

    So you dont respect the mic talent of any of these mc’s???

    T.I
    Andre 3000
    Twista
    Bun B

    4 real???

    ————–

    i respect 3000 (a little)

    Twista is from Chicago

    and the other 2 suck

  17. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    landlord Says:

    January 25th, 2010 at 8:55 pm
    AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    January 25th, 2010 at 8:50 pm
    LOL @ cats debating themselves on bullshit no one gives a fuck about

    —————-

    so now me and Boosie are the same person?…

    tell me you cant be that stupid…

    im surprised and flattered that some of you retards actually think im like 5 different people at once…

    FACT: i havent used any screenname other than landlord in months… and even then i forewarned and told niggas who i was… none of that bait and switch name trickery …

    if you suspect otherwise, you really need to log off and stop seeing ghosts and sweating me… its not even that serious….
    =========================================
    Did you retire Black Farve? lol

  18. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    I’d say that sh*t to a “Broadband Blood” or a “Comcast Crip” and I bet they won’t do SHHHHIIITTT!!!
    =========================================
    LOL @ Comcast Crips

    Niggas with bandannas wrapped around their mouses lol.

    @ Land

    Why you take that shit personal homie? I didn’t name names. If it don’t apply, let it fly. Guilty conscience?

  19. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    ’d say that sh*t to a “Broadband Blood” or a “Comcast Crip” and I bet they won’t do SHHHHIIITTT!!!

    ^

    there’s crews of bloods and crips sprinkled around my old hood. whenever i’m chillin w/them and they doin all that twisty shit w/they fingas i clown these mahfukas hard. especially when all the chics they be feeding/indoctrinating w/that shit are more brolic than them.

  20. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Lionel sold out or som’n? He don’t get props in the Black community much..
    ===========================================
    Who doesn’t give him props? Young niggas maybe, but anybody who knows Black music knows Lionel Richie was that dude.

  21. landlord Says:

    kevfrescura de talco Says:

    January 25th, 2010 at 8:55 pm
    this dude said pigmeat markham. “here come the judge!” lolol.

    ———-

    word… Pigmeat Maarkham was an OG Coon… a black man performing in blackface … WTF?!?!?

    North Carolina FTL yall …

  22. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Real gang members from Cali > Herb ass niggas in Boston flagging it up to get bitches

  23. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # landlord Says:
    January 25th, 2010 at 8:51 pm

    If we go back in history and time, So little music had effective messages, even Urban music.. Most music white or black has been a release from the normal state of life.

    ——–

    nah Boosie… if you check history its the exact opposite…

    artists like Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind & Fire, Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson & Prince & James Brown (in his prime), have ALWAYS had universal messages in their music and that has allowed it to stand the test of time… artists like Joe Tex, Johnnie Taylor and Pigmeat Markham sold units but are lost in history’s shuffle cause they sang nonsense and party and bullshit type 60s songs …
    _____________________________________________________________

    A lot of the great artist had have had songs that had good messages or all world songs. But most of their music was simple in nature or was just was to have a good time. Great artist make inspiring music as well as music rooted in nonsense, but its about their overall appeal. Michael Jackson Had songs such as heal the world and Dirty Diana but he was effective in each category in every message that was meant to be said. Yes inspiring music has been made by great artist but a lot of uninspiring music has been made as well.

  24. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Drake set up beef with J.Cole by his statements in that interview.. Chess move.

    ^

    hol’ up…

    we talkin the same dude that said “diss me an you’ll neva hear a reply for it”? thas a weak move then. plus i think cole will body drizzy.

  25. landlord Says:

    @ Land

    Why you take that shit personal homie? I didn’t name names.

    —————–

    dont be stupid ,stupid… me & Boosie are the only ones debating… damn near the only ones saying anything of any intelligence… with occasional input from Fresco …

    until you came with your assinine and predictable claims of people “debating with themselves”… keep going … your stupidity becomes clearer with each allegation …

  26. PHENOMENON Says:

    LOL @ Comcast Crips

    Niggas with bandannas wrapped around their mouses lol.

    ^ ^
    Lumberjack Mouse Pads with the Mouse to match.

  27. Frank Lurkas Says:

    every time i come back to check this nigga is still talking to himself. son if you weren’t boose bigelow or biscuit booty (what a fag right?) they would’ve spoken up long ago but of course you’re there spokesperson.

  28. PHENOMENON Says:

    Drake set up beef with J.Cole by his statements in that interview.. Chess move.

    ^ ^
    Yea, if he wants to get BODIED.

  29. landlord Says:

    Amp Geez says:

    Boos Bigelow Says:

    i am landlord

    Amp Geez says:

    landlord says:

    i am Boos Bigelow

    Amp Geez says:

    im just a little bit confused right now

  30. Gravity Says:

    Who doesn’t give him props? Young niggas maybe, but anybody who knows Black music knows Lionel Richie was that dude.

    >> Word? Niggas was acting funny when I mentioned his name the other day. Cool, ‘cos I think his music is timeless.

    _____________________________________________________

    we talkin the same dude that said “diss me an you’ll neva hear a reply for it”? thas a weak move then. plus i think cole will body drizzy.

    >>That was some greasy talk by Drake, he kinda boxed Cole in with that statement. Seemed unnecessary.

  31. StandOut FT Says:

    Gibbz is the truth maaan! Niggaz better listen close

  32. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # kevfrescura de talco Says:
    January 25th, 2010 at 8:43 pm

    Thats never been the standard “rules” or ingredients of Southern rappers.

    ^

    hol’ up…

    so if you call yourself a rapper from anywhere whas the standard if you haven’t grasped the art of mastering a ceremony?
    ___________________________________________________________

    Mastering the crowd is what you make it, and how the crowd feels about you mastering a ceremony. There is an art to it, but there is no one way to go about it. But it also depends on your defintion or your preference of how you see it. I’m not really sure of your definition of mastering a crowd.

  33. landlord Says:

    Frank Lurkas Says:

    January 25th, 2010 at 9:04 pm
    every time i come back to check this nigga is still talking to himself. son if you weren’t boose bigelow or biscuit booty (what a fag right?) they would’ve spoken up long ago but of course you’re there spokesperson.

    ————-

    LOLOLOLOL… you so predictable and are the foremost ghost seer… evrytime i comment you show up to say im someone else… now watch, people gonna start saying that you are me…

    since its clearly the paranoid schizo hour, ill log off and let you weirdos debate about who i am…

    LOL… peace …

  34. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Amp Geez says:

    im just a little bit confused right now

    ^

    just a lil bit? lolol.

  35. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Drake set up beef with J.Cole by his statements in that interview.. Chess move.
    =========================
    Link?

  36. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    dont be stupid ,stupid… me & Boosie are the only ones debating… damn near the only ones saying anything of any intelligence… with occasional input from Fresco …

    until you came with your assinine and predictable claims of people “debating with themselves”… keep going … your stupidity becomes clearer with each allegation …
    ===========================================
    shots fired.
    ducks behind overturned table and hurts back. (c) I’m to old for this sh*t (Sgt Murtaugh)

  37. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    he kinda boxed Cole in with that statement. Seemed unnecessary.

    ^

    maybe. but if he is tryna mix it up w/cole i’d like to hear it transpire. doin it from a magazine interview tho is kinda lame.

  38. landlord Says:

    FTR: as long as i been doing this, if i was running aka games, nation dre or eskay would have BEEN told it… especially dre… but niggas is weirdos and land Stans and think im everywhere… so please stop thinking bout me… i aint them..

    … 1 …

  39. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # Frank Lurkas Says:
    January 25th, 2010 at 9:04 pm

    every time i come back to check this nigga is still talking to himself. son if you weren’t boose bigelow or biscuit booty (what a fag right?) they would’ve spoken up long ago but of course you’re there spokesperson.
    _________________________________________________________________

    Who is this Fag Frank Lurkas? I made my own comments, I wasn’t that biscuit nigga. Some of you niggas is seeing ghosts on a blog site.

    Is this Amp?

  40. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Who is Frank Lurkas?

  41. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    there is an art to it, but there is no one way to go about it.

    ^

    boos…if theres an art to it then that MAKES it the standard in rap, no?

  42. Gravity Says:

    Link?

    >>http://nahright.com/2010/01/25/drake-complex-cover-febmarch/#more-123200

  43. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Some of you niggas is seeing ghosts on a blog site.

    Is this Amp?

    ^

    whether the latter is true is one thing, but trust, the former is definitely tramps e-modus operandi.

  44. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Niggas with bandannas wrapped around their mouses lol.

    ^ roffleberg

  45. Gravity Says:

    @ Amp,

    it was posted on nah today, complex mag interview.. I tried posting the link but moderation C.O are on duty. SMH

  46. Gravity Says:

    maybe. but if he is tryna mix it up w/cole i’d like to hear it transpire. doin it from a magazine interview tho is kinda lame.

    >> If Cole wanted the same spot that Drake feels is his then it makes it weird for Cole to try and defend that. I’m reading too much onto it tho’.

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  48. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Nobody mentioned your name nigga. Me thinks he doth protest too much.

  49. hl Says:

    I wish NY would have supported southern artists in the early to mid 90’s.

  50. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    it was posted on nah today, complex mag interview.. I tried posting the link but moderation C.O are on duty. SMH
    ======================================
    Figures.

    Good lookin tho.

  51. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # kevfrescura de talco Says:
    January 25th, 2010 at 9:12 pm

    there is an art to it, but there is no one way to go about it.

    ^

    boos…if theres an art to it then that MAKES it the standard in rap, no?
    _________________________________________________________________

    Saying there’s an art is not saying there’s a fundamental science and practice to effectively master a crowd. The art is in the person who is doing the deed not in the rigid rules of doing it. Now standards come when people are performing the same set of skills in the same genre. There’s many different ways to kill a human, but each way there’s an art. The most effective means in that way can become the standard. Art by nature comes from People who set A standard not THE standard.

  52. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    @ grav,

    i don’t think cole wants his spot. howeva if he finds that some of what drizzy said in that interview pertains to him then he should go at him just to end the comparisons cause this dude drake doesn’t seem built for that slick talk or its repercussions.

  53. Frank Lurkas Says:

    i’m not Amp…i dont work for a nigga named combat jack

    i’m not land or any of his homosexual aliases either.

  54. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    The rockets are real biatches for not playing T Mac

  55. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    The rockets are real biatches for not playing T Mac
    ===================================
    You mean Mr. Glass?

    Fuck that nigga. He’s not gonna be a part of their future anyway.

    And you know you’re taking an L this week, right?

  56. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Now standards come when people are performing the same set of skills in the same genre.

    ^

    okay boos but this started out w/understanding southern rappers diction. so in retrospect they are the same set of skills as the industry standard of MCing. they don’t put words together and just perform them on stage w/o call or response techniques….do they? and thas just one facet.

  57. Boos Bigelow Says:

    LMAO…amp has to be Frank Lurkas

    But if Amp isn’t Frank Lurkas he has to be his son or a relative, cause the person thinks everybody is the same. Nigga needs blog hypnotherapy or something. This nigga got sixth sense syndrome on the blog site and thats not normal.

    Maybe you on the blog too much. Take some time and relax and smoke green.

  58. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    January 25th, 2010 at 9:26 pm
    The rockets are real biatches for not playing T Mac
    ===================================
    You mean Mr. Glass?

    Fuck that nigga. He’s not gonna be a part of their future anyway.

    And you know you’re taking an L this week, right?
    =====================================
    If I beat you this week and ci ci next week its a wrap. Gimme my Ring

  59. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Around the time that Kanye directed “Best I Ever Had,” it seemed like there was strife between your camp and Cudi’s camp because Kanye was so enamored of you while Cudi’s project was being worked on.
    Drake: I wasn’t aware of that. Even so, I could understand. If Wayne were to be enamored—which is a great word—of another young artist, I would be like, “Damn, I’m here too!” But at the same time, it happens in more than one situation. It happens with ‘Ye, and I have a great relationship with Jay, and Jay’s got Wale and J. Cole, who’s one of my favorite dudes rapping right now. I’ve happened to have had more success. I made the most money, I have number-one records, those guys don’t have that shit. And it’s just facts, it’s not even my feelings or that I feel I’m more talented. That’s what the game is about, making great music that earns profit. When it comes to my relationship with the new dudes, I’m just excited for them. I get to sit back in a cool position and be like, “Yo, I’m excited to see you do it now because I know what it’s like, it’s gonna be so much fun for you…”
    You feel like you’re at the finish line?
    Drake: I’m at the starting line. Those guys are at home, putting on their tracksuits, getting ready to make their attack. When J. Cole gets it super-right, I think he’s gonna have a place as a Nas-type character who really stands for hip-hop, but still makes ill records that everybody fucks with.
    If J. Cole is Nas, then who are you?
    Drake: [Laughs.] I’m the young big homie!
    Of all your contemporaries, it seems like you want to be famous the most.
    Drake: That’s gonna change. When Cole’s sound is the new sound that everybody wants to hear, he’s gonna be like, “I wanna be as big as possible with this shit.” I didn’t jeopardize anything to be in the position I’m in. You’re listening to the shit that I believe in, not some shit I did because I needed to get here. People just happen to embrace my shit. That’s very rare—but I also think the younger generation appreciates that brand of music, so I think it’s possible for one of these guys to emerge and do exactly what I’m doing.

  60. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    call and response > call or response

  61. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    If I beat you this week and ci ci next week its a wrap. Gimme my Ring
    ================================================
    Will not happen.

    If if was some piff, I’d be high as shit.

  62. Gravity Says:

    i don’t think cole wants his spot.

    >> I was specifically referencing the comparison of Drake saying he’s the Lil Big homie and Cole is Nas..

    *daps kev*

  63. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # kevfrescura de talco Says:
    January 25th, 2010 at 9:26 pm

    Now standards come when people are performing the same set of skills in the same genre.

    ^

    okay boos but this started out w/understanding southern rappers diction. so in retrospect they are the same set of skills as the industry standard of MCing. they don’t put words together and just perform them on stage w/o call or response techniques….do they? and thas just one facet.
    _______________________________________________________________

    Call and response techniques have been used for many years. Thats one practice a rapper has used to make the experience the better. Many artist have used practices from predecessors from the past and fusioned it into their own sound. There are similarities but differences as well. My main point is the practice of mastering a ceremony is not a constitution or a how to do list written in stone.

  64. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    When Cole’s sound is the new sound that everybody wants to hear, he’s gonna be like, “I wanna be as big as possible with this shit.” I didn’t jeopardize anything to be in the position I’m in. You’re listening to the shit that I believe in, not some shit I did because I needed to get here.
    ============================================
    Co-sizzle even though I called it first.

    Cole is gonna have to compromise what he’s doing to get commercial success.

    Or he’s gonna end up with worse numbers then Wale.

  65. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Niggas is corny.

    Damn Canadians,

  66. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    People just happen to embrace my shit.
    ==============================
    Hey Hebrew Homie this shit aint kosher. lol

  67. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    practice of mastering a ceremony is not a constitution or a how to do list written in stone.

    ^

    see when you say that it’s like you’re tryna detach southern rappers from a tried and true process and i don’t think thas the case. jus sayin. all ya other points were sound tho. *daps*

  68. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    I’ve happened to have had more success. I made the most money, I have number-one records, those guys don’t have that shit. And it’s just facts, it’s not even my feelings or that I feel I’m more talented. That’s what the game is about, making great music that earns profit. When it comes to my relationship with the new dudes, I’m just excited for them. I get to sit back in a cool position and be like, “Yo, I’m excited to see you do it now because I know what it’s like, it’s gonna be so much fun for you…”
    ========================================
    If I was J. Cole, I might feel some kinda way about this.

  69. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    When Cole’s sound is the new sound that everybody wants to hear,

    ^

    this dudes ear must not be to the streets. the 18-30 age group in the hood is fukn w/cole.

    drizzys aloof.

  70. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # kevfrescura de talco Says:
    January 25th, 2010 at 9:38 pm

    practice of mastering a ceremony is not a constitution or a how to do list written in stone.

    ^

    see when you say that it’s like you’re tryna detach southern rappers from a tried and true process and i don’t think thas the case. jus sayin. all ya other points were sound tho. *daps*
    _____________________________________________________________

    I understand where you coming from and I think your point is that New York Rappers were very effective at Mastering the Ceremony or holding the crowd down in the form of rap. But to concerts or places I have been southern rappers have been able to hold the crowd down without those tried and true processes of the traditional eastcoast methods. Thats why I said its in the eye of the participant to feel if she/he felt if the experience was good enough.

    I totally feel you where you coming from, but I have witnessed alternative ways that was effective as well. Thats what makes rap great. You made good points to. daps.

  71. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Just heard that new Trae, that shit is flames

  72. blap Says:

    Freddie Gibbs is cold as hell!

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