Freddie Gibbs - Str8 Killa No Filla (No DJ)

Posted 6 years ago

Gary, Indiana phenom Freddie Gibbs has hooked up with XXL, The Smoking Section, Decon Records and DJBooth.net to drop the new, no-DJ version of his highly-acclaimed mixtape, Str8 Killa No Filla.

Presented by Statik Selektah, DJ Burn One and Josh the Goon, the re-release features tagless versions of 15 of the mixtape's 21 tracks, including reader-approved features "Crushin Feelins," "The Ghetto" and "Do Wrong."

In addition to beats by Statik, Josh and Burn One, the project features production from Rome, Koncept and Develop. Guest appearances come courtesy of Pill, Sick Jacken, Planet Asia, V.P., D-Edge and the L.E.P. Bogus Boys. To complete your tagless copy of the mixtape, purchase a copy of Gibbs' Booth-acclaimed Str8 Killa EP, available now in stores and online!

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