Highway Robbery is a 2014 collaborative album by rappers Freeway of State Property and The Jacka of the Mob Figaz. It was released on September 16, 2014. The album was preceded by a mixtape entitled Write My Wrongs, released on October 14, 2013, which served as a prequel to the album.
On September 10, 2013, the pair released a music video for the track "Combine The Coasts" from their upcoming mixtape Write My Wrongs. The release was in anticipation for their album Highway Robbery announced for a November release, to be preceded by their mixtape release in October. Guest appearances announced for the project included Freddie Gibbs, Paul Wall, Cormega, Trae Tha Truth, Ampichino and Mob Figaz members Husalah and Rydah J Klyde  On September 17, the cover and tracklist were revealed for Highway Robbery. The album was slated for a November 12 release.
The pair had previously collaborated on the tracks "They Don't Know" on Tear Gas (2009), "Real Hood" on Gobots 2: D-Boy Era (2010), "Both Coasts" on The Indictment (2011), "All Kinds of Em" on StatikFree (2011), "Freedom Writers" on The Sentence (2012), and "So Many Animals" on The A.R. Street Album (2012). The first of which having been recorded when the two first met in "like 2002 or 2003" when the Jacka reached out to Freeway who was visiting the Bay Area at the time. The Jacka revealed to Vibe, the bulk of their music had been recorded as far back as 2006 and 2008. "We’ve recorded so much material together that we had to do something with all these songs."
Their mixtape Write My Wrongs was released on October 14. The mixtape was intended to convey tracks that had not made it on to the album and sneak peaks into the upcoming release. Their aforementioned collaborations also appeared on the mixtape, including remixed versions of "Real Hood" and "So Many Animals" on new production. The mixtape was mixed and hosted by DJ Child.
Highway Robbery received positive reviews from music critics. Jayson Greene of Pitchfork, referring to the album, stated "the bulk of the music is low-key, liquid, and unmistakably bluesy. The guests that float through are on the same wavelength." Greene praised Freeway's return to form and his chemistry with the Jacka, stating "he sounds incredible; more importantly, he sounds palpably at home [...] and the Jacka is his most natural partner since Beanie Sigel." He rated the album 7.9 out of 10.
Will Chase of BlackGrooves.org praised the production "driven by The Jacka’s ear for a diverse range of beats. Familiar Bay Area names like Jeffro, Young L and Traxmillion lay bluesy, lush arrangements incorporating everything from soft synth pads to Middle Eastern percussion to Daft Punk" supplemented by a diverse guest list which drew upon acts from all over the country. Jeff Baird of PotHolesInMyBlog.com delivered a more mixed reception. "Freeway and Jacka have an innate ability to resonate with their listeners as they navigate that territory [documenting street life and struggle.] There’s a sense of authority gained when one has endured a similar struggle, and that powers much of the album" but criticized tracks such as "Shuckin & Jivin" and "Just Remain" as being "ill-advised, which drastically hamper the album’s built-up rhythm." He rated the album 3.5 out of 5.