Freddie Gibbs will be dropping his Shadow Of A Doubt project later this month, and today he's shared a new Atlanta-informed record called "Packages". Post-56 Nights, the Kill Bill-siren wielding darkness of 808 Mafia has been the biggest export from ATL, and the collective's Tarentino has brought that sound to Gibbs.
The seasoned rapper adapts his flow accordingly, bringing the same gritty precision he's known for, but doing so in a swift triplet-favoring rhythm. Meanwhile, ManMan Savage brings some more Georgia flare to the record, sounding right at home on the track's buzzing sub-bass. Look out for the project on November 20th.
Was a caine man, now I'mma wrap it and package it up
All my niggas on Glennwood serve it, sackin' it up
Catch a slip and get up
Now I'm finna whip it up
In the bowl gettin' stuck
Hurt my wrist, gettin' stuck