Straight Life (CTI Records 40th Anniversary Edition) – Freddie Hubbard

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Straight Life (CTI Records 40th Anniversary Edition)

Freddie Hubbard

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: January 1, 1971

© ℗ Originally Released 1971 Sony Music Entertainment

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Freddie Mercury’s Handwritten Set List from 1978 Concert for Sale

One of the rarest pieces of Freddie Mercury memorabilia is now up for sale … and it’s the only set list personally written by the Queen frontman to ever hit the market. Freddie’s handwritten list of Queen hits from a 1978 concert in Copenhagen,…

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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Freddie Highmore Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

“The Good Doctor” star Freddie Highmore answers the internet’s most searched questions about himself. Is Freddie Highmore English? Was Freddie in Harry Potter? How old is he? Freddie answers all these questions and more!

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He Sounds Just Like Freddie Mercury. And That’s Good for Business.

Marc Martel never thought his vocal resemblance to the Queen frontman “would amount to anything more than a fun karaoke trick.” It’s taken him to “Bohemian Rhapsody” and beyond.
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The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert – Queen

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The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert

Queen

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: September 2, 2013


On April 20th 1992, Roger Taylor, Brian May and John Deacon, the surviving members of Queen, took to the stage at Wembley Stadium for the start of one of the biggest events in rock history, which the band had organised to pay tribute to their former colleague – the incomparable Freddie Mercury. Queen were joined by some of the greatest musical talent in the world to celebrate Freddie’s life and work and to increase public awareness of AIDS, the disease that had prematurely ended his life the previous year. As well as being great entertainment, the concert raised a huge and still growing sum of money for the Mercury Phoenix Trust, a charity formed at the time whose charter is the relief of suffering from AIDS throughout the world. Now for the first time both halves of the concert are being made available on Digital video.

© © 2013 Eagle Rock

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Getting Ready… – Freddie King

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Getting Ready…

Freddie King

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 11.99

Release Date: December 31, 1970

© ℗ 1996 The Right Stuff

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On Fire Live At the Bowl – Queen, Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor, Brian May & John Deacon

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On Fire Live At the Bowl

Queen, Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor, Brian May & John Deacon

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: January 1, 2013


Filmed on the Hot Space tour on June 5, 1982 at the Milton Keynes Bowl, this show features the concert in its entirety.

© © 2004 Queen Productions Ltd. Under exclusive license to Eagle Rock Entertainment Ltd.

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Our King Freddie – Same Player Shoot Again

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Our King Freddie

Same Player Shoot Again

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: November 9, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Bonsaï Booking & Management

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The Skull – Freddie Francis

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The Skull

Freddie Francis

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: January 1, 1965


The Skull (from a story by Robert Bloch, author of Psycho) is a fearsome, finely acted and moody tale of Gothic horror. The skull of the Marquis de Sade has been taken from its grave, bringing terror to those who own it. Demonologist Christopher Maitland (Peter Cushing) is eager to add the piece to his occult collection. Despite the warnings of a friend (Christopher Lee), he's got to have it. And does he ever get it.

© © 1965 By Paramount Pictures Corp. All Rights Reserved.

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Fetti – Curren$y, Freddie Gibbs & The Alchemist

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Fetti

Curren$ y, Freddie Gibbs & The Alchemist

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: October 31, 2018

© ℗ 2018 ESGN / Jet Life Recordings / ALC / EMPIRE

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New Bohemian Rhapsody Trailer Recognizes That Freddie Mercury Was, In Fact, Bisexual

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ trailer offers glimpses into Queen’s rise to fame and Freddie Mercury’s (Rami Malek) queer identity.
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DJ Muggs & MF Doom ft. Freddie Gibbs “Death Wish,” Bodega Bamz “Terror” & More | Daily Visuals 6.26.18

After months of teasing a collaboration DJ Muggs and MF Doom finally released their Freddie Gibbs duet cut “Death Wish” and now we get treated with an animated visual for the track.

Though it would’ve been doper to see the OG Hip-Hop producer alongside the OG MC but the dark ominous animation still perfectly captures the mood for the song and who amongst us doesn’t appreciate an adult cartoon?
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Back in the real world Bodega Bamz pay homage to Hip-Hop legend Big Pun, Fat Joe and the Terror Squad in his clip to “Terror.”

Check out the rest of todays drops including work from Chloe & Halle featuring Joey Bada$ $ , Mad Skillz, and more.

DJ MUGGS & MF DOOM FT. FREDDIE GIBBS – “DEATH WISH”

BODEGA BAMZ – “TERROR”

CHLOE & HALLE FT. JOEY BADA$ $ – “HAPPY WITHOUT ME”

MAD SKILLZ – “IN A MINUTE”

TRIZZ FT. KING ISO – “BACKWARDS”

VALEE FT. JEREMIH – “WOMP WOMP”

PROF – “LIGHT WORK”

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Love Signals – Freddie Jackson

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Love Signals

Freddie Jackson

Genre: R&B/Soul

Price: $ 9.90

Release Date: June 4, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Climax Entertainment

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The Best of Freddie King: The Shelter Records Years – Freddie King

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The Best of Freddie King: The Shelter Records Years

Freddie King

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 11.99

Release Date: June 8, 2000

© ℗ 2000 The Right Stuff

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The Evil of Frankenstein – Freddie Francis

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The Evil of Frankenstein

Freddie Francis

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: March 14, 1964


Peter Cushing stars in The Evil of Frankenstein, as Baron von Frankenstein, the creator of the infamous monster fantasy. On the run from irate villagers who disapprove of his unorthodox experiments, Dr. Frankenstein (Cushing) returns to a remote mountain castle with his assistant Hans. Caught in a snowstorm, they are rescued by a mute deaf girl (Katy Wild) who leads them to the safety of her cave home. There Frankenstein discovers his original creature preserved in ice. Resurrecting the monster in his laboratory, Frankenstein discovers the brain is dormant, and he calls in Zoltan, a mystical hypnotist (Peter Woodthorpe). But Zoltan uses the creature for his own selfish purposes, and unleashes a violent chain of events.

© © 1964 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

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Louis Tomlinson’s Son Freddie Looks Just Like Him — Check Out The Fan Reactions!

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We’ve got Freddie White and Terry Lawrence in the studio this week and these lads don’t need much prompting, they know just what to do!

Freddie is first to suck, but Terry is quick to wrap his lips around Freddie’s uncut cock–these two switch back and forth like they can’t decide who wants to suck or be sucked more. Of course, a wet sixty-nine solves that problem. 😉

"Do you want to fuck me’" is a simple question, but the answer from Terry is even more so, "yeah." Freddie gets on his knees on the edge of the bed so Terry can ease his dick up his ass. The two fuck like dogs before Terry prompts Freddie to get on top and ride him. Of course, like so many bottoms, it’s when he’s getting fucked on his back that Freddie’s ready to blow. Once he cums, Terry pulls out and follows suit, shooting cum all over Freddie’s dick and balls.

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The Best of Freddie King: The Shelter Records Years – Freddie King

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The Best of Freddie King: The Shelter Records Years

Freddie King

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 10.99

Release Date: June 8, 2000

© ℗ 2000 The Right Stuff

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25 Things That Made Freddie Mercury a Legend

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Freddie Gibbs Teams Up With Black Thought On “Extradite” | Wired Tracks 11.11.15

Freddie Gibbs isn’t taking any prisoners as he roll outs his upcoming Shadow of a Doubt album (due in stores November 20), from which he blesses fans with a pair of new tracks.

Following up where “F*ckin Up the Count” left off, Gangsta Gibbs displays range in his emceeing abilities on the lyrically dexterous,” featuring Black Thought, and a boisterous ManMan Savage assisted trap gem called “Packages.”

Stream both below in Wired Tracks, along with the latest releases from Rick Ross, Big K.R.I.T., G Herbo and Joey Bada$ $ , and more.

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Freddie Gibbs ft. ManMan Savage – “Packages”

DJ Clue & Rick Ross – “Get Money (Freestyle)”

G Herbo ft. Joey Bada$ $ – “Lord Knows”

Big K.R.I.T. ft. TUT – “Riding Dirty”

Curren$ y – “Jason (Freestyle)”

Asher Roth ft. Jesse Boykins III – “That’s All Mine”

Lil Bibby ft. Future – “Aww Man”

DMX – “Ain’t Nowhere To Hide”

DP – Designer Casket

Chief Keef – “Stuntin Like My Mama”

Omarion ft. BJ The Chicago Kid – “Game Over”

Eryn Allen Kane – “Piano Song”

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Shadow of a Doubt – Freddie Gibbs

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Shadow of a Doubt

Freddie Gibbs

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 9.99

Expected Release Date: November 20, 2015

© ℗ 2015 ESGN / EMPIRE

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Freddie Gibbs Announces Shadow Of A Doubt Album, Drops New Video & Tracklisting

Freddie Gibbs releases music on his time and schedule and fans who have been waiting for a proper release since his universally acclaimed Cocaine Piñata can start getting excited.

One of the best of the Midwest revealed that his next project in Shadow of A Doubt is locked and loaded and will be releasing on November 20.

Featuring the lyrical talents of Black Thought, E-40, Gucci Mane as well as the production expertise of Mike Dean, Boi-1da, Frank Dukes and more, Shadow of A Doubt looks to return back to the gritty dark-n-lovely realism that made Gibbs a fan favorite. In fact, he tells Hip-Hop Wired that he feels the project “is easily his best work to date.”

An artist that can get continue to refine their craft as they get older is the artist fans need to invest in.

Pre-order Shadow of A Doubt on iTunes now and check out the video for “F**kin’ Up The Count” as well as the album’s artwork and tracklist.

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01 Rearview
02 Cocaine
03 Careless
04 Fuckin’ Up The Count
05 Extradite [ft. Black Thought]
06 McDuck [ft. Dana Williams]
07 Packages [ft. ManMan Savage]
08 Mexico [ft. Tory Lanez]
09 10 Times [ft. Gucci Mane & E-40]
10 Lately
11 Basketball Wives
12 Forever and A Day
13 Insecurities
14 Freddie Gordy
15 Cold Ass Nigga

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Sarah Michelle Gellar And Freddie Prinze, Jr. Are Giving Us Marriage Goals

Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze, Jr. celebrated their 13th anniversary with the cutest series of internet messages to each other.
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Compton’s Billionaire Buck discusses Kendrick, YG, Big KRIT, Freddie Gibbs, N.W.A. and The West’s Second Coming

As part of my job, I get the chance to listen to sorts of Hip Hop from all regions. But I have no shame in admitting that I have a bias for the West Coast. In my formative years, growing up in Southern California, I remember stealing borrowing a copy of my brother’s Warren G Regulate…G Funk Era and playing it obsessively. When that obsession cooled, I somehow managed to steal borrow a copy of my brother’s All Eyez On Me album.

No Brown Sugar, but a favorite question among Hip Hop heads is “when did you fall in love with Hip Hop? For me, it was hearing Pac for the first time. Born only a few months before NWA released Straight Outta Compton, and being a toddler when classics like The Chronic, Doggystyle, Quik Is The Name, Dogg Food etc. were released, I invested an extraordinary amount of time to studying/admiring/fawning over the masters. In my teenage years, I vividly remember sprinting to my mother’s car after church service to see if Power 106 was playing Shade Shiest’s “Where I Wanna Be” or Westside Connection’s “Connected 4 Life.” Even to this day, there is no genre in the world that captures me quite like So-Cal West Coast Hip Hop.

But as you well know, not long after Dr. Dre’s “Up In Smoke Tour” ended, West Coast music suffered an extended drought, to put it nicely. A few folks like The Game, Xzibit, Rass Kass nobly carried a dying genre for a time with incredibly dope shit, but a small minority can’t keep an entire Coast alive. Some (including myself) thought that the West Coast died the minute the legendary Nate Dogg passed away in 2011.

But alas! Out of no where, the West has risen again to the top of the ranks with a multitude of new shining stars. Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q, Nipsey Hussle, YG, Tyler Tha Creator, Problem, Mellowhype, DJ Mustard, Ab-Soul, Earl Sweatshirt, Jay Rock, and many more. Not to mention, the O.G.s of the game like The Game, Snoop, Suga Free, Warren G, Cube, W.C., DJ Quik, and Dr. Dre (who’s recent Compton: A Soundtrack is a classic in my book). With the release of the thrilling Straight Outta Compton movie, the West Coast has definitely gotten its second wind pimp, to quote E-40.

If you’re a music geek like me, you are obsessed with tracking the origins of historic musical movements. It’s crazy to think that a couple of (at the time) regular dudes from Compton (Kendrick, YG, Problem, Billionaire Buck) were inspired to become essentially new niggas wit attitudes, and subsequently put the West Coast back on the map.

ATTENTION: Notice I didn’t mention Tyga, simply because he’s wack as shit. Period. Whenever my Spotify connection is down, and I’m forced to listen to the radio, all I can think about is how incredibly wack Tyga is. Fuck all the talk about Obama’s birth certificate, someone needs to find Tyga’s birth certificate and erase “California” from it– he has no business representing the coast in any shape or form whatsoever. Tyga’s music is so fucking wack that if you were to first play Hotel California and then Doggystyle the wackness is so strong that it has the potential runneth over and ruin a classic, or at the very least cause permanent brain damage as your cerebral cortex scrambles to make sense of the extreme disparity in quality. Some may call me a hater or whatever, but to quote Jay, I call a spade a spade, it just it what is…and what it is is hot garbage that gives me severe migraines when I’m forced to listen.

(These views are completely my own (Kellan Miller’s), and are not at all reflective of Allhiphop as a staff, label, or as a motherfucking crew.). I say that because if Tyga happens to read this and sic his goon squad of 75lb tattooed light-skinned stick figures and Kylie Jenner on me, somehow capturing me and forcing me to listen to all 45 excruciating minutes of The Gold Album, the good colleagues that I work with shouldn’t have to suffer that level of torture. So when I say I’ve been contemplating quitting my journalism career to become a rapper, for the sole purpose of Ja-Ruling/Meek Milling Tyga, these views are completely my own. When I fantasize about creating a diss track that ended Tyga’s career, so the world would be completely rid of a skinny tree tattooed tree fig that luckily got a break when Lil Wayne had a little too much lean when he heard his demo. Inevitably, I would be awarded the Noble Peace Prize for my efforts, and I imagine Eazy-E and Mac Dre would personally rise from the grave to thank me.

But hopefully it won’t come to that, because mark my words, the next California rapper to blow is none other than Compton’s own Billionaire Buck. While he doesn’t yet have the recognition of Kendrick and YG, Buck started to make headway when he released the track “Around Da Way” about a year ago. With hot flows and thumping bass lines (ingredients of a proper Left Coast track), the song instantly became a favorite in my playlist. Watching the video made the song all the much better– featuring Buck walking through the actual streets of Compton, a nice throwback to N.W.A.’s “Straight Outta Compton” video.


At some point after putting the puzzle together, I realized that Buck, Kendrick, YG, and Problem all grew up together, and collaborated with each other back when they barely had a dollar to their name and were just dreaming about making it to the main stage. As you already know, Kendrick has arisen as one of Hip Hop’s most golden voices. When he’s not directing incredible The Wire-like music videos/films, YG is flooding the streets with pure 100% Grade A bangers. ANd with all the recent talk about ghostwriters, it’s worth mentioning that Problem probably ghost-wrote the lyrics to the song you’re smoking a blunt to as we speak, and also keeps DatPiff in business with dope mixtape after mixtape. But after his acclaimed Apollo and Eclipse mixtape series, the Hip Hop world is waiting for Buck’s latest album, The Black Jew, tentatively set for a November release.

Luckily, Buck took a short break from his current tour cycle to chop it up with me about a variety of topics.

How did you, Kendrick, and YG cross paths?

Well, we both from the same neighborhood, so we grew up together. Back in the old days, when we were trying out this rapping shit for the first time, we would all record at the same studio. Then Kendrick got his deal, and started recording in Carson, mostly with the T.D.E. crew.

Now that you guys have gotten some fame and attention, especially in Kendrick’s case, has anyone changed?

Nah. Nobody’s really changed at all. Everyone’s really busy now, which is how it’s supposed to be. We’ll always be homies, but right now it’s like brotherly competition, kinda like what Kendrick was getting at on that “Control” verse. I’m trying to be the best, period.

Is your relationship with Kendrick any different these days?

Nah, we talk all the time. TDE mainly operates on their own, which is why we haven’t really gotten the chance to collaborate yet.

In the past, you’ve talked about how big of an influence Problem had on you.

Problem is smart as hell. He was always on his shit. When we was just young cats with no idea how to make it, Problem had the blueprint mapped out. He knew the game inside and out, and was always ahead of us in terms of making moves. Early on Snoop took him under his wing a little bit and showed him some things. Then Problem turned around and schooled me on a lot things not only about the industry, but the music itself. Most times, Problem would come to the studio with the beat already made and the hook mapped out. In those days we’d be on Limewire stealing beats just to rap to and figure out our styles.

There were rumors of collaborations between you and other artists that never materialized. What happened?

Freddie Gibbs and I were supposed to do some shit together. After meeting at a show, he told me that we should link up and put out a record together. After that I hit that nigga up like 2 weeks later and his phone was disconnected. I ran into him later and he said he was down, but still nothing ever happened. A similar thing happened with Big K.R.I.T. About a year and a half ago I met him, we drank some lean, collaborated on some tracks, but he never put the shit out. But I’m not tripping, it is what it is.

Growing up, what West Coast artist would you say had the biggest influence on you?

DJ Quik. Anybody that knows anything about Hip Hop knows that Quik is a legend. During his career, I feel like he had the wrong people around him handling his business. I’ve done shows with him, you can tell he’s kind of strained and exhausted at this point. He’s definitely given his all and then some to the game.

In addition to E-40, there are rumors of a Quik collaboration on your Black Jew album. Any truth to that?

I’m working on a track with Quik, but it’s taking a while. That’s the thing about the masters of the craft. These days, rappers are in such a rush to get their shit out on Youtube or Datpiff or whatever. Quik is a perfectionist, and won’t put out anything until it meets his standards, even if it takes 10 years or something. It’s the same with Dre. They aren’t just beatmakers, they are producers in the classic sense. Dre treats your voice like an instrument. That’s why his shit with Kendrick is hot, because he makes sure the artists ride the snares like a pattern. It’s the same with Eminem’s shit. Compared to what dudes are doing now in terms of quality in the mix and production, it’s a way different experience.

Aside from your Compton people, who are some of the artists you’re feeling now?

I’m feeling Rick Ross. I like his hustle. It took him a long to blow up to mega stardom. When I see people like that get on, it’s incredibly inspiring and motivating. MMG actually reached out to me about a deal, but I figured I’d more financially stable if I had the chance to own my own material and do things exactly the way I wanted.

What have you learned about the industry over the years?

It’s crazy, and really hard to explain to anyone that’s not a part of it. A lot of rappers that make it to radio are the ones who know the right people. That’s usually what it comes down to in the mainstream. You also gotta have the right people behind you. Kendrick did it the right way, going on the road with Tech N9ne, which eventually lead to an A&R from Aftermath giving him the nod.

Can you describe in one sentence what Black Jew is going to sound like?

It’s going to be N.W.A. mixed with The Roots.

Do you think the current popularity of Compton is just temporary?

Compton is going to be on par for the next decade. You can trust that.

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Red Clay (40th Anniversary Edition) [Remastered] – Freddie Hubbard

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Red Clay (40th Anniversary Edition) [Remastered]

Freddie Hubbard

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: October 5, 2010

© ℗ Originally Released 1970 Sony Music Entertainment / (P) 2002 Sony Music Entertainment

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Baltimore Police Department Posts Sign Mocking Freddie Gray’s Death?

Last week, the Baltimore Police Department, faced more public scrutiny after it was alleged that its media office fabricated threats of gang violence were made against its police officers.  These supposed threats just so happened to surface and were released on April 27, the same day that Freddie Gray was laid to rest. The death of Mr. Gray, at the hands of six arresting officers, has become a contentious issue.  It has even been proposed that a rough ride caused Freddie Gray’s severed spine.

Earlier today (July 3), it was reported that a picture of an inflammatory sign was taken on Tuesday, and that sign seemingly mocks the death of Freddie Gray. The Central District Police Station on Baltimore Street, was the area around which the photos which were taken. According to WBAL-TV, the back of a police van was left open and a sign read, “Enjoy your ride, cuz we sure will!”

How will the Baltimore Police Department respond to this latest development in the death of Freddie Gray?


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Freddie Mercury Laughs at Kanye West’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ in Parody

“Mama, just killed this song…”
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Watch Freddie Mercury Laugh at Kanye West’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ In a Parody Clip

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Getting Ready… – Freddie King

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Getting Ready…

Freddie King

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: December 31, 1970

© ℗ 1996 The Right Stuff. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws. Manufactured by The Right Stuff,

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The Greatest Hits of Freddie Jackson – Freddie Jackson

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The Greatest Hits of Freddie Jackson

Freddie Jackson

Genre: R&B/Soul

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: January 29, 1994

© ℗ Compilation 1993 Capitol Records, Inc.. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws. Manufactured by Capitol Records, Inc., 1750 North Vine Street, Hollywood, CA 90028.

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The Best of Freddie King: The Shelter Records Years – Freddie King

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The Best of Freddie King: The Shelter Records Years

Freddie King

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: June 8, 2000

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Prince Releases New Song About Baltimore, Freddie Gray

Prince released his new protest song about Freddie Gray and Baltimore to the world on Saturday.

The track, simply titled “Baltimore,” features upbeat, Prince-funky instrumentals combined with direct lyrics that deal unflinchingly with recent current events. A sample: “Does anybody hear us pray for Michael Brown and Freddie Gray?”

The release of “Baltimore” comes a day ahead of the legendary artist’s performance at Sunday’s Rally 4 Peace benefit concert in Baltimore, which will stream on Tidal, Jay-Z’s new streaming music service.

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Prince Cuts Song About Freddie Gray and Baltimore Unrest

The civil unrest in Baltimore has had a deep impact in the minds and lives of people across the country. Now, iconic musician Prince is sharing his feels on the struggle in the troubled city with a new song. The celebrated singer is working on a track that will be a “tribute to all of the people of the city of Baltimore,” according to the artist’s rep, who spoke with Billboard. While no concrete details have been released regarding …
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A New Baltimore For Freddie Gray [EDITORIAL]

Baltimore is considerably calmer in the days since the so-called riots that broke out last Monday (April 27), yet an ominous haze still hangs over the city despite recent developments in the Freddie Gray case. From Monday to Friday, I was there to report on what was transpiring and observed varying expression of anger, passion, and even hope.

Baltimore is a city divided into neighborhoods that are almost self-contained, with very clear lines of the haves and have-nots. I was told that the hipster-friendly and generally police free neighborhood of Hampden was infamous for forcing Black folks out in times past. Canton, another neighborhood where Black folks are rarely seen, is one of the many gentrifying areas across Baltimore that also faced none of the distress of the protests or overbearing quasi-military presence.

On social media, photos of these sections and their relative lack of unrest revealed what many know about the imbalance of racial equality that has long existed there. The same was true for Federal Hill, Charles Village, Mt. Washington and other such neighborhoods. The middle to upper-middle-class residents of these places were never exposed to the overall tensions that threatened to rip apart the city.

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Hip-Hop Reacts To Freddie Gray’s Death Being Ruled A Homicide [Photos]

Earlier today, state attorney of Maryland, Marilyn J. Mosby, announced that six Baltimore Police officers received charges in relation to the death of Freddie Gray.

Social media erupted in light of the ruling, with many people expressing hopes that justice is one step closer to being served. This included a handful of Hip-Hop’s finest, some of whom say they’ll remain pessimistic until sentencing. Given the judicial proceedings of past tragedies, let’s say those thought are justified.

In any case, it’s dope to hear from rappers who can add relevant commentary in light of social injustices.

Photo: The Gray Family

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Officers Charged In Freddie Gray’s Death Post Bail, 5 Released

That was quick. All six officers charged in the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray have posted bail, and five have  been released.

Baltimore state attorney, Marilyn Mosby announced the charges earlier today, amid approval cheers from residents in the city.

Reports Fox 43:

• 8:10 p.m. The six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray have paid bail, according to online court records. Bail for Caesar Goodson, Alicia White, William Porter and Brian Rice had been set at $ 350,000 each. Edward Nero and Garrett Miller each had a bail of $ 250,000.

• 6:48 p.m. Marches continue Friday night in Baltimore as hundreds trek past booking centers where the officers were processed.

• 5:09 p.m.: William Murphy, an attorney for the Gray family, says this is the time to call for change in how police deal with suspects. “If Freddie Gray is not to die in vain we must seize this opportunity to reform police departments throughout this country.”

 

Interestingly enough, all of the officers had lower bail than the $ 500,000 bond set for a Baltimore protestors. Alicia White was the only officer who had not yet been freed.


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Pusha T, Talib Kweli, Freddie Gibbs Respond To Police Shooting Of Missouri Teen Antonio Martin

A police officer reportedly shot and killed an armed 18-year old just miles away from Ferguson.


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