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Freeway - Stimulating Hip-Hop in 2010
Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Not a lot of artists could make the jump from the world of mainstream hip-hop to one of the most respected homes of indie scene, but that’s exactly what Freeway did when he went from Rocafella Records to Rhymesayers. Freeway’s always been a thoroughly respected emcee, which is why it wasn’t too much of a shock to hear his name associated with the label that’s home to Atmosphere, P.O.S. and Brother Ali. Heck, were it not for the fact that he isn’t from Minnesota it would seem downright natural to hear him shout out Rhymesayers in his trademark gravelly growl.

Freeway’s latest release, the critically acclaimed collaboration with Jake One titled The Stimulus Package, has the hip-hop world in a frenzy and this week I caught up with him to find out a little bit more about the project. During our conversation Freeway also opened up about some of the other things he’s been working on, what he feels the public’s perception of him is, and why he’s still good with Kanye West.

Read the full interview at RapReviews.com.

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