Complex TV is back with another exclusive show that explores all of the questions you wanted to know about your favorite artists. From the first album they ever bought to their favorite cuss words and go-to restaurants, find out what makes your favorite artists Complex Individuals.
In this episode of Complex Individuals Freddie Gibbs shares his most embarrassing moment, which turns out to be something that he does often and behind closed doors. "Probably dancing to Cassie's 'Me & U.' That's my guilty pleasure," the Gary, Indiana rapper admits. Considering Gibbs is better known for his street lyricism and rough demeanor, imagining him performing a two-step to Cassie's 2006 hit single definitely comes as a surprise. He even sings a little bit of the hook, proving thugs can love R&B, too.
Freddie Gibbs also reveals his dream collaboration would be with Brooklyn rapper, Jay Z. However, while countless others would likely collaborate just so they could be in Hov's presence, Gibbs offers a legitimate reason behind his choice. "I feel like I'm at a point in my career right now where I need a measuring stick," he states. "I need to see if I can rap at a level with a top guy like that. If I could hold my own on a track. That would be a good thing to see where I'm at as an MC."
Freddie Gibbs' debut studio album ESGN (Evil Seeds Grow Naturally) is available on iTunes. He's currently set to release a collaborative project with Madlib (as MadGibbs) entitled Piñata this year. If you enjoyed this episode of Complex Individuals, watch Cam'ron's recent appearance below.
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