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Freddie Gibbs – National Anthem (Fuck The World)

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A poor quality/unmixed leak of this song found it’s way onto the internets, but here’s a tagged copy of the dirty mixed and mastered “Fuck The World.” If you wanna get your hands on the untagged, you can get it on iTunes shortly, or cop their Str8 Killa EP that they’re dropping on August 3rd (the free mixtape drops July 29th) with Decon, for which this is the first single. Full press release is after the jump.

Freddie Gibbs – National Anthem (Fuck The World) [Dirty/Tagged]

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Bonus: Clean/Untagged

Produced by L.A. Riot Music (Josh The Goon & Speakerbomb)

FREDDIE GIBBS TO RELEASE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED STR8 KILLA EP ON DECON AUGUST 3rd 2010

XXL MAGAZINE TO DIGITALLY RELEASE ACCOMPANYING MIXTAPE STR8 KILLA NO FILLA ON JULY 29th 2010

Gary, Indiana’s finest, Freddie Gibbs, has partnered with Decon to release his first official release, Str8 Killa EP, August 3rd, further inciting the raucous clamor surrounding the third coast’s most promising MC.

Hailing from a disheveled corner of the midwest, Freddie’s music is a play-by-play of block politics. The video for “The Ghetto” illustrates his existence succinctly. Gibbs speaks on behalf of a silent minority, describing a crumbling metropolis on which socio-political concern has turned a blind eye. The trap was set, but Freddie emerged. By partnering with New York taste-making label Decon, Gibbs finds himself at the crucial apex of his career.

Freddie let loose last year with two independent mixtapes, The Miseducation of Freddie Gibbs and the notable midwestgangstaboxframecadillacmuzik, the epic tome of street truths that put him on the cover of XXL’s Freshman Top 10 issue as well as the collective rap-consciousness. He then won over notoriously fickle audiences at SXSW, a critical bridge few rappers have crossed, and this is just the beginning. We’ve seen the jab and the Str8 Killa EP is the right hook that will solidify Gibbs as one of the most talented MCs recording today.

To coincide with the EP release and continue his reign as the midwest’s mixtape king, Freddie will be releasing a free mixtape version of the project titled Str8 Killa No Filla on July 29th with XXLMag.com. The mixtape will serve as a highlight of the EP, giving fans a taste of what to expect from the official release. The EP will feature two exclusive tracks that do not appear on the mixtape.


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51 Responses to “Freddie Gibbs – National Anthem (Fuck The World)”

  1. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    Beezy Says:

    June 29th, 2010 at 11:26 am
    The Dream, Neyo, Rhianna, Rick Ross and Jeezy was all under Jayz term

    ^Jay-Z ain’t create none of them
    ^^^^

    Say what you will, but those were doing his term and he signed 3 of those directly and traded musiq souldchild for Fabolous….all facts, now speak ur opinion

  2. Remixznflow Says:

    wont play nation…

  3. Bricktop Says:

    this will always be hilarious to me

    tinyurl.com/yh4oala
    ^
    *slaps forehead*
    fuck!

  4. Remixznflow Says:

    and 10 min on the download… not sure if its from your end or not…

  5. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    i was kind of surprised he doesnt have a feature on the album.
    ^
    Word

  6. NovemberEnd Says:

    the stream is kinda slow

  7. Tong Po Flo Says:

    to workout today or not to, that is the question.

    ^ I was thinking the same thing (nh) the way I’m feeling I might fluck around and get a the treadmill for 10 minutes and leave

  8. Chief Ali Says:

    *unlurks*

    *daps nahgerians*

    @LondonBloke

    saw your post [ll] a few threads back

    just a few books off top:

    The Histories by Herodotus (talks a great deal of the ancient Egyptians)
    The Souls of Black Folk by W.E.B Dubois
    The Destruction of Black Civilization by Chancellor Williams
    Stolen Legacy by George James
    World’s Great Men of Color Vol. 1 by J.A. Rodgers

    And absolutely anything you can find by Cheikh Anta Diop, John Henrick Clarke, and Ivan Van Sertima

    Hope that helps

  9. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    Beezy Says:

    June 29th, 2010 at 11:31 am
    Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    Say what you will, but those were doing his term and he signed 3 of those directly and traded musiq souldchild for Fabolous….all facts, now speak ur opinion

    ^right, but he just signed them (not Rihanna or Ne-Yo though, the most successful, who were already signed)…he didn’t create them. You bashed Def Jam for not creating any artists since Jay left.

    Jay was a failure as a music exec, period.

    Clearly Jay didn’t do shit
    ^^^^

    People like you make me laugh, have facts not ur opinion. You said he did not sign Rhianna…from mtv
    Rihanna, there was no way he was going to let her leave and potentially sign with another company. Not only was she drop-dead gorgeous, but she had one heck of a song up her sleeve.

    “We signed her that night — three in the morning was when that contract got signed,” recalled Jay, who was given Rihanna’s demo by his A&R man, Jay Brown. “We wouldn’t let her leave the office. From meeting her at four [p.m.] in the office till three in the morning, I was absolutely certain. That doesn’t happen too often. To get lawyers to draft up a contract and the other side to agree to a contract in [a matter of] hours is retarded.”

    and neyo Tah Tah, brought him to jayz attention and jayz the prez. signed him

    The final artist in Hova’s trifecta of blue chippers is Ne-Yo, not to be confused with Ruff Ryder producer Neo the Matrix or Keanu Reeves. Ne-Yo hasn’t been too shabby in the songwriting business himself. While he can boast Mary J. Blige, B2K, Faith Evans and Musiq among the people he’s penned for, his biggest success has come via Mario. He wrote the crooner’s goliath single “Let Me Love You.”

    source

  10. Remixznflow Says:

    *daps chief*

    readin as nigga…

  11. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Jay was a failure as a music exec, period.
    ^
    Of course it was and you know it, don’t be a schmuck.

  12. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    and he clearly signed rick ross, thats why he is named in the lawsuit

  13. R.J.Orion Says:

    The Dream, Neyo, Rhianna, Rick Ross and Jeezy was all under Jayz term

    —–

    and theyre all a bunch of societal misfits that enhance and exacerbate every negative black stereotype and self-destructive image possible…

    Jayz deserves credit for that, huh?… or was it LA Reid…

  14. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    D_Block_4_Life Says:

    June 29th, 2010 at 11:35 am
    Jay was a failure as a music exec, period.
    ^
    Of course it was and you know it, don’t be a schmuck.
    ^^^^

    I just named 3 plat. artist (Neyo, Rhianna, Rick rossthat he signed and developed and brought Nas and traded for fabolous for musiq soulchild …Name one other execut. that has signed and created 3 diff. stars??? I ll wait

  15. mr. vengeance Says:

    freddie gibbs >>>

  16. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    The Label sold very well when Jay was in charge. Whether it was Jay’s doing or not, he will get the credit.

  17. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Of course it wasn’t and you know it, don’t be a schmuck.
    ^
    Corrected*

  18. R.J.Orion Says:

    is this shit gonna buffer forever?… or will it actually play one day?

  19. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Of course it wasn’t and you know it, don’t be a schmuck.
    ^
    He wasn’t***…wtf lol

  20. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    Name one artist Def jam has created since Jay left??? Name one execut. in the last 5 years that has brought 3 new superstars that are still out now…ill leave out jeezy, the dream, nas and fabo

  21. Chief Ali Says:

    readin as nigga…

    —–

    *daps Remix from the grave*

  22. R.J.Orion Says:

    Jay CREATED these people?

    SMH

  23. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    D_Block_4_Life Says:

    June 29th, 2010 at 11:38 am
    The Label sold very well when Jay was in charge. Whether it was Jay’s doing or not, he will get the credit.
    ^T^^^^
    See Phil Jackson

  24. R.J.Orion Says:

    Name one execut. in the last 5 years that has brought 3 new superstars that are still out now

    ———

    Brian Cashman, nigga

  25. cOLD Says:

    anyone looking for a great stock tip, read up on carbon sciences new patent, how the plan on converting c02 into fuel. Shares are low. With the oil spill, and the urgency for alternatives… this shit is money in the bank.

  26. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    Name one other exec. that signed, groomed and market those artist??

    If l.a reid did it, why has he not did it since (same as Dame)…La Reid has always been successful because of the artist he links him self to, see babyface book

  27. NovemberEnd Says:

    Brian Cashman, nigga
    ^^^^^
    BONG!

  28. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Jay CREATED these people?

    SMH
    ^
    I’m not saying that at all but the label did well during his tenure. No way his stint as a the president was a failure. You have to be a moron to think that.

  29. R.J.Orion Says:

    mr. vengeance Says:

    June 29th, 2010 at 11:38 am
    freddie gibbs >>>

    ———

    i cant tell.. the nigga STAY buffering

  30. g7 Says:

    Ghost, the Roots, Meth, Red sold really well under Jay.

  31. Tong Po Flo Says:

    anyone looking for a great stock tip, read up on carbon sciences new patent, how the plan on converting c02 into fuel. Shares are low. With the oil spill, and the urgency for alternatives… this shit is money in the bank.

    ^ that might be a good buy, in 20-30 years oil will be a thing of the past….hopefully

  32. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    g7 Says:

    June 29th, 2010 at 11:42 am
    Ghost, the Roots, Meth, Red sold really well under Jay.
    ^^^

    How much have the sold since he left, since he was the problem…But whats funny is all of them except 1 has not even had the chance to drop a record since he left

  33. g7 Says:

    this game is going to penalty kicks. both teams no threat to score.

  34. R.J.Orion Says:

    and GTFOH… Neyo and The Dream are NOT “superstars”

    sweartogod Iceberg is such an idolatrous groupie …

  35. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, in any big business, corporation or even in some sole proprietorships, when the entity does well the person in charge will receive the credit whether it was his doing or not. If the entity falters or performs poorly, the person in charge will also bear the brunt and have to own up to that failure.

    Therefore, regardless who Hov signed, from 05-08 or so, Def Jam was the most successful hip hop label during that tenure, hence why Hov’s term as president was a successful one despite what disgruntled artist like Method Man, Joe Budden, LL etc say. Just incase anyone is conveniently suffering from alzheimer’s; here are the artist and their accolades:

    Young Jeezy 2 platinum and 1 gold album
    Kanye West 2 platinum albums
    Ross 2 gold albums
    Rhianna 1 platinum album
    Ne-yo 3 platinum albums
    The Dream 1 gold album
    Fab 1 gold album
    Ludacris 1 platinum and 1 gold album
    GFK 1 gold
    Juelz Santana 1 platinum album
    Nas 1 gold album and 1 on the cusp

    The company did well when he was in power hence why he was successful.

  36. NovemberEnd Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    June 29th, 2010 at 11:41 am

    anyone looking for a great stock tip, read up on carbon sciences new patent, how the plan on converting c02 into fuel. Shares are low. With the oil spill, and the urgency for alternatives… this shit is money in the bank.
    ^^^^^^^^
    there not much government funding in alternative fuels….without significant govt backing there not enough money that you’ll be recouping from those stocks….

  37. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    Ninja u broke, whut the fck can u tell me?

  38. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    No way his stint as a the president was a failure. You have to be a moron to think that.

    ^

    it was a failure where roc-a-fella is concerned during his time as prez. can’t say he had ‘ye cause that was by default. def jam would’ve got him regardless. that XXL cover w/all the NEW roc artist on there, and no=one except ‘ye made noise. no inga, no peedi or free. and we seen what happened to bron bron this past ECF.

    why the fuck was he on there anyways?

    smh at the carter administrations handling of the rocs in house matters.

  39. g7 Says:

    >>But whats funny is all of them except 1 has not even had the chance to drop a record since he left

    ===
    they all dropped records within the last year.

  40. Remixznflow Says:

    anyone looking for a great stock tip, read up on carbon sciences new patent, how the plan on converting c02 into fuel. Shares are low. With the oil spill, and the urgency for alternatives… this shit is money in the bank.

    ^lol.. give me the ticker!

    lets go!.. i got a few grand lyin around just waiting to be spent…

  41. R.J.Orion Says:

    Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    June 29th, 2010 at 11:46 am
    Ninja u broke

    ——-

    k… (c) Steele

    sure you right …

    and you white …

  42. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    R.J.Orion Says:

    June 29th, 2010 at 11:45 am
    and GTFOH… Neyo and The Dream are NOT “superstars”

    sweartogod Iceberg is such an idolatrous groupie …
    ^^^^
    Year of the Gentleman has been certified platinum by RIAA

    Ne-Yo’s RIAA platinum debut album In My Own

  43. R.J.Orion Says:

    G7 says

    they all dropped records within the last year.

    ————–

    LOL…

    its funny… Iceberg hasnt said one factual thing in the last 48 hours here …

  44. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    American Dream peaked at number sixteen on the Billboard charts and went platinum.

  45. g7 Says:

    LA Reid = muscle work
    Jay = label face

  46. R.J.Orion Says:

    one platinum record dont make you a superstar, clown…

    you need more Websters’, Gloria…

  47. Cypher Says:

    Smfh… Every fucking day I read nah niggas find some new nonsensical shit to give jay credit for… Fuck the bullshit jay had his reign at def jam

    1. the market was still good
    2. The nigga was nothing more than a figurehead

    and also to further prove my point what’s that niggas marketing skill done for
    Jcole? That nigga is straight bleak 2.0 status

  48. abortatron Says:

    Jay CREATED these people?

    SMH

    ^^
    on the 7th day, jay created rhianna

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