Freddie Gibbs & ESGN Cover 3 X Krazy’s Keep It On The Real (Video)

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Okay, you might not have heard of 3 x Krazy. But if you’ve been active in national Hip-Hop movements over the last decade, you’ve probably heard of Keak Da Sneak. Keak was a founding member of 3xK, and signed with the group to Virgin/Noo-Trybe Records back in the wild ’90s. The crew worked with Tha Luniz, E-40, Swoop G, and the late Seagram. With B.A. and Agerman, the group sold regionally well, and built a cult following.

Freddie Gibbs loves ’90s Hip-Hop, and he loves humor. Teaming with G-Wiz and G.I. Feezy, the ESGN squad covers the originoo “Keep It On The Real,” with inter-spliced footage from the 1989 “Earthquake” World Series between the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants.

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