Shadow of a Doubt is the second studio album by American rapper Freddie Gibbs. It was released on November 20, 2015, by ESGN and Empire Distribution.
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Shadow of a Doubt is the second studio album by American rapper Freddie Gibbs Contents. 1 Critical reception. Michael Madden of Consequence of Sound said, "Even with all its different sounds, Shadow of a Doubt leaves one clear impression: Freddie Gibbs is a restless artist who continues to find.
The album is not as good in terms of production as 'Piñata' because it's not done by Madlib the legendary hip hop producer but a lot of the trap beats from the first half of the album really got me pumped. Better Than Previous Project?: No Try This If You Like: 90059 by Jay Rock.
Rolling Stone's Simon Vozick-Levinson said the album was reminiscent of rapper Raekwon's best work, writing, " It's no coincidence that one of the strongest tracks features an excellently grim guest verse from Rae himself. The album earned Gibbs legions of new hip-hop fans, and propelled him to the top of the conversation about conscious and street-minded rap. However, it appears that Gibbs will be distancing himself from the vibes of Pinata with his upcoming 2015 album, Shadow.