Freddie Gibbs Hits The Hard Drums With A Verse To Match (Audio)

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After making a jam with Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA late last year, Hanni El Khatib teams up with Freddie Gibbs. Commissioned by Converse, “Satin Black.” Boasting that he gives two curse-free verses, Gangsta Gibbs still finds PG ways of describing his garage full of old-school’s, his “by any means” approach, and why he’s a lot realer than many Rap fans may be used to.

Khatib provides hard percussion, with a trippy vocal sample for the kind of song that doesn’t feel too brand-backed, and the kind of joint that’s in fashion all season.

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