Stream Freddie Gibbs’ ‘ESGN’ In Its Entirety

Stream Freddie Gibbs’ ‘ESGN’ In Its Entirety

freddie-gibbs-esgnRelease dates? We don’t need no goddamn release dates!

Out of nowhere, Freddie Gibbs decided to drop his new project, ESGN, well ahead of its original release date of July 9. Such is the benefit of going completely solo and independent, right? I know I’m not the only one who was itching to hear this album, so let’s all rejoice in the fact that it’s out and that you can stream it in its entirety right here. That’s right, try before you buy, y’all.

You can listen to the album below and purchase it here.


  1. waitwhat
    Jun 22, 2013 @ 03:03:00

    Yup – I see your point and agree. For each his own I guess.

  2. mtume
    Jun 21, 2013 @ 20:01:00

    i dont agree but i feels u. its a easy album to criticize. its too dam long. he put too many of his little GI homies on it and some of them are hot garbage. the biggest feature on the whole album is either jay rock or dat nigga daz. but if u take it for what it is – an hour and 15 min celebrating all things thugnificent its dam near perfect. i’ve listened to it end to end like 4 times now n gibbs bodies every song n when he flows u fucking listen up. how u gon say his flow boring no one else spitting like him right now when he in his zone, no one else got his presence on the mic. ill ride for this album all day. also big kill go hard to death

  3. RRRa
    Jun 21, 2013 @ 17:10:00

    this guy should be making rap music, right?

  4. waitwhat
    Jun 21, 2013 @ 10:04:00

    Agree, but thats not saying much. I love Freddie – I really do, but this album is hella boring.

    Yeezus was pretentious trash
    Born Sinner was good production with corny lyrics and boring flow
    ESGN is true street music with generic beats, nice lyrics and boring flow.

  5. mtume
    Jun 20, 2013 @ 17:36:00

    esgn>born sinner

  6. hex
    Jun 20, 2013 @ 16:11:00

    Hells yes.

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