Freddie Gibbs’ “Money, Cash, Hoes” is the Soundtrack of the Streets

Freddie Gibbs has a new song to crush your enemies and wrap packages of powder to.

It's only right that yet another threatening, crush-all-enemies street-soundtrack from Freddie Gibbs is produced by someone named The Beat Bully. Once again proving that he is dexterous as he is dangerous, Gangsta Gibbs follows up his very impressive domination of Kanye West's "No More Parties in L.A." -- entitled "Cocaine Parties in L.A." because Gibbs probably knows drug-dealing better than upscale industry events -- with "Money, Cash, Hoes," an anthem for trigger-happy trappers everywhere. Remember how Gibbs' 2012 Baby Face Killa showcased a smooth, more mellow, almost-crossover-ready Gibbs? Well, this is the exact opposite. This is the street-stalking, everybody killa, get-it-at-all-costs Gibbs who almost lost an eye in a drug-deal-gone-bad and uses one hand to whip it and the other to throw up gang signs at the same time. Even if he were to fall to the sword/chopper he lives by, that just means he would have a second chance at bringing back the Thug Life for a second round in the chamber. You can give "Money, Cash, Hoes" a listen below. For more on Freddie Gibbs' ski-mask ways, check out our recent interview with him.

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