Freddie Gibbs & The Alchemist Release Joint Album, Titled ‘Alfredo’
Freddie Gibbs The Alchemist Alfredo Album: Only hours after releasing their joint single, titled 1985, Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist have now discharged the new full-length album , Alfredo completely.
Checking in at 10 tracks that run for around 35 minutes, the undertaking is actually what you’d anticipate from the professional veterans.
Gibbs holds his persona as hip-hop’s quintessential criminal rapper. He focuses in on his indisputable mind and unblushing streams. Everything from throaty stories of coke throwing to braggadocious indicators of lavishness are featured across Alfredo.
The Alchemist and Freddie Gibbs plot as one here. Al offers life to the different slices through grumpy ’70s soul tests and overpoweringly out of control, at times nightmarish depressions.
Also, taking into consideration Gibbs to do what he excels at. This is supported by a select team of feature artists. Griselda heavyweights Benny the Butcher and Conway the Machine offer up some mark sections. Rick Ross and Tyler, the Creator similarly join the positions for some unsparing bars.
Stream Alfredo below.
Both artists have also collaborated with Marvel artist Deadly Mike for an Alfredo comic book and merch. This can be found here.
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However, in other news, Lil Yachty dropped an album today. Stream here.
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