Freddie Gibbs Takes Drake’s CLB Intro For a Ride on “Vice Lord Poetry”
Written by 2DOPEBOYZ on September 11, 2021
Triple S Train.
Whereas he places in work on his subsequent mission(s), Freddie GIbbs took a while out to kick some rhymes over Drake’s CLB intro. And, man… did he kill it.
Swapping “Champagne Poetry” for some “Vice Lord Poetry,” Gangsta Gibbs proceeds to deal with the Masego-sampling document like a punching dummy as he gloriously floats over each halves of the music whereas concerning his previous points with Rick Ross, being snubbed on the Grammys (“I had album of the 12 months, you possibly can ask Nasir”).
One fascinating word, Gibbs will get issues began by rapping, “I used to be Large Rabbit earlier than the beginning of my son/ The Earth ain’t sufficiently big for each of us, you gotta get finished/ They are saying they smoking Prime 5’s, however you ain’t burn by way of the one” – which, is seemingly a direct response to Kendrick Lamar’s newest verse on Child Keem’s “Household Ties,” the place he mentioned he was “smoking Prime 5’s.” Might be nothing, however that caught out to me.
Press play and revel in.