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Freddie Gibbs shares tracklist $oul $old $eparately, new Funk Flex freestyle

The project, out September 30, features Pusha T, Anderson .Paak, Raekwon, DJ Paul, Offset, and more.

September 20, 2022
Freddie Gibbs shares tracklist <i>$oul $old $eparately</i>, new Funk Flex freestyle Freddie Gibbs. Photo by Nick Walker.  

Freddie Gibbs is continuing the run-up to his anticipated new album $oul $old $eparately with today's release of the album's tracklist. The Indiana rapper's fifth solo project will include its lead single "Too Much" featuring Moneybagg Yo plus features across the project from Pusha T, Offset, Raekwon, Anderson .Paak, Musiq Soulchild, DJ Paul, Rick Ross, and Kelly Price. Check it out below.

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Also out on Tuesday is a new Freddie Gibbs freestyle for Funkmaster Flex on Hot 97. A good-humored Gibbs squashes some non-existent beef with LL Cool J, yucks around with Flex, and gives some brief insight into $oul $old $eparately ("I'm coming for album of the year. That's the mode every time I drop an album.") before launching into his freestyle over Amerie’s “Why Don’t We Fall In Love." It's an almost flawless two-and-a-half minutes save for one ill-advised "plandemic" reference, but it more than makes up for the stumble with Gibbs' vividly violent storytelling and dark humor – "Fuck the Supreme Court, bitch, your ass should have been aborted" is a personal favorite. Watch it below.

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$oul $old $eparately tracklist

1. Couldn't Be Done feat. Kelly Price
2. Blackest in the Room
3. Pain & Strife feat. Offset
4. Zipper BaRz
5. Too Much ft. Moneybagg Yo
6. Lobster Omelette ft. Rick Ross
7. Space Rabbit
8. Feel No Pain feat. Anderson .Paak & Raekwon
9. Rabbit Vision
10. PYS feat. Dj Paul
11. Dark Hearted
12. Gold Rings feat. Pusha T
13. Grandma's Stove ft. Musiq Soulchild
14. CIA Decoded feat. Scarface (BONUS TRACK)

Freddie Gibbs shares tracklist $oul $old $eparately, new Funk Flex freestyle