While we wait patiently for Freddie Gibbs to drop his A Cold Day In Hell mixtape -- where is it, Freddie?! -- we're OK with learning more about his backstory and, in this case, his future. He has made some pretty major moves this past year after all, including signing with Jeezy's Corporate Thugz Entertainment and packing his bags for Los Angeles after previously holding it down in Gary, Ind. Gibbs also put out a quick-fire EP with DJ/producer Statik Selektah, Lord Giveth, Lord Taketh Away, that serves as a well-disguised holdover for A Cold Day In Hell.
For his interview with FADER, he spoke on his move to the West Coast and how the change of scenery has inspired him to continue telling the story of his hometown. He also revealed that he is indeed working on his proper debut album, Baby-Faced Killa, though he didn't really give out any details. Hmph. Hopefully we'll be hearing it soon. Or, at least, hopefully he decides to dish out just who is he working with.
You can watch the interview video below.
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