Str8 Killa

Freddie Gibbs - Str8 Killa
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August 3, 2010 / Release Date
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nice ep, BJ collab a highlight
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Gibbs breezes through these 8 tracks with his signature tight and confident flow. Most of the guest verses are not noteworthy, but BJ the Chicago Kid comes through with a great chorus on The Coldest. National Anthem in particular features one of Gibbs' best flow and lyrics on a song. Gibbs' staggered flow along with the hard hitting beats, make Str8 Killa a very good EP from modern gangsta rap's most versatile rapper.
Lead by one of the best rap songs of 2010, "National Anthem", STR8 KILLA delivers full versions of the best tracks from his No Filla mixtape and some dope features of future big names in hip-hop
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Track List

  1. Str8 Killa No Filla (feat. Big Kill)
  2. Rep 2 Tha Fullest (feat. Jay Rock)
  3. National Anthem (F*ck The World)
  4. The Coldest (feat. B.J. The Chicago Kid)
  5. Personal OG
  6. Live By The Game
  7. Rock Bottom (feat. Bun B)
  8. Oil Money (feat. Chuck Inglish, Chip Tha Ripper, Bun B, Dan Auerbach)

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