West Coast OG 2Eleven has built up a solid relationship with Freddie Gibbs throughout the long term which was clear when the Gary, IN rapper brought him along to the Grammy festivities a weekend ago. To end the week, 2Eleven slid through with his most recent group of work, Mastermind which incorporates a substantial presence from Gibbs. Among the numerous features from the task is “Rich and Gangsta,” the second track on Mastermind which unites the two rappers over invigorating West Coast creation as they detail road fighting. “Think back on those Death Row days/When outta town rappers were terrified to come to LA,” thinks back 2Eleven on the principal stanza. Gibbs opens up with a reverence to his Southern impacts prior to performing melodious aerobatic exhibition with firecracker streams that sway and weave through the bassline including a gentle shot at Jim Jones and The Game.