After being shot at after his show in Brooklyn last night, Freddie Gibbs is very lucky to have not met his demise last night. He did, however, show up on a Ransom track called "Demise" shortly after, taken from the rapper's Pain & Glory: The Album.
A string-dominated track, "Demise" is just as dark as its name suggests, with a touch of grandeur added by a luxurious instrumental. Ransom dominates the first half of the track with emphatically-delivered bars, and then passes things off to Freddie Gibbs for some "razor-sharp guillotine rap." Thanks God Gibbs, one of the game's most vital lyricists, is alright.
OGs never showed me, was way too greedy to teach me
I chuck a deuce and throw up the rollie, no need for speaking
Don't need a bitch to picture me rollin', or see me creepin'
Ho, I pop out with that chopper and we bust ya to pieces