Freddie White - Straight Up flac album
Title: Straight Up
MP3 album: 1225 mb
FLAC album: 1578 mb
Other formats: WAV ASF AA DXD FLAC MP1 AAC
Genre: Rock / Folk / World music
Freddie White (born September 1951 in Cobh, Ireland) is an Irish singer-songwriter. Born in Cobh, County Cork, Ireland into a musical family, by the age of thirteen White was playing in school bands and by seventeen playing professionally. He went to London in 1970 – where he stayed for about two years – to busk and perfect his unique style of singing and guitar accompaniment.
Freddie White has long been synonymous with music of the highest quality. Whether interpreting songs by his favourite writers, such as Randy Newman, Tom Waits, John Hiatt and Guy Clark, or performing his own classy compositions, Freddie’s live performances are nothing short of legendary. Freddie has been part of the fabric of the live music scene in Ireland since the 1970’s and his albums continue to sell well, amongst his loyal and new-found fan base.
Straight-washing! Homophobia! When the first trailer for Bohemian Rhapsody was released in May, it was met with serious backlash as it appeared that Freddie Mercury’s queerness had been wiped from the highly-anticipated biopic. Critics and fans were outraged - and rightfully so; since his untimely passing in 1991, Mercury has been regarded as queer hero. Though he never confirmed his bisexuality publicly, he regularly attended gay bars and those close to him have revealed that he was open about his identity among friends.
Freddie feels like a pure and reckless purge from Gibbs, a collection that finds him at his wildest and most essential. But Freddie is hardly a bid for crossover appeal: it’s a capsule collection of Gibbs at his wildest and most essential. At 10 tracks, nine of them under three minutes, it’d be tempting to chalk up Freddie’s slightness to this year’s trend of short songs and micro-albums. But Gibbs was ahead of this curve with last year’s eight-track You Only Live 2wice. I want you to keep playin’ this shit -to-back, he said in an interview last year. Short, concise projects is what you’re gonna get from here on out with me. ) I imagine part of that impulse comes from an urgency sparked.
Bitch, I'm straight balling Fifty thousand dollars in a nigga couch And never fucking up the count Bitch I'm straight balling Hunnid' thousand dollars in my momma house And never fucking up the count Bitch, I'm straight balling Tryna make a million before they take me out And never fucking up the count Bitch I'm straight balling Fifty. thousand dollars in a nigga couch And never fucking up the count . The first single from Freddie Gibbs' third studio album Shadow of a Doubt. In this song, Gangsta Gibbs raps about the grind and hustle of dealing drugs and doing murders in the hood. From a young kid up until a kingpin drug dealer now directing young kids as he once was.
June 22, 2018 2:40 PM. by Riley Wallace. Though he’s been teasing Bandana for a while now, which is the follow-up to his critically acclaimed collaboration with Madlib, Pinata, he’s gifted fans with a new project in the interim, Freddie. The 10-song effort delivers an experience that fans of Gangsta Gibbs have come to expect after the last two projects: glimmering gems scattered among a curated blend of believable, high-quality gangsterism. Get the most important stories in Hip Hop straight to your inbox.
308 Followers, 257 Following, 179 Posts. Once I took a green bag up to the top of a mountain to get those views.
|1||It'll Come To You|
|3||Keep On Climbing|
|4||Have A Nice Day|
|5||Wedding In Cherokee County|
|6||Then I'll Be Over You|
|7||When Jesus Gets To Town|
|9||The Torture Never Stops|
|10||I Saw Your Face|
|11||Two Way Street|
|12||The Day Before You Came|
|13||Desperadoes Waiting For A Train|
NotesRecorded live at The Lobby, Cork and at An Beal Bocht, Dublin, Ireland.
|LYCD 5001||Freddie White||Straight Up (CD, Liv)||Lobby Records||LYCD 5001||Ireland||1994|