Just as college students with Serato dream of becoming the next Gregg Gillis, every corner boy dreams of being the next Jay-Z. Gary, Indiana, native Freddie Gibbs did his time on the corner, and he's come out of it a hard-nosed emcee who is putting gangsta rap back on the map. Once signed to Interscope, Gibbs failed to put out an album on the label because of problems with management. He's since gone independent, scoring major love from deciders such as... More >>>
Freddie Gibbs: "I'm really a nice guy. I get a bad name."