Gibbs releases second video off Alfredo
Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist released Alfredo this summer and it’s arguably one of the best projects to be released in 2020, which critics dubbed a classic.
Freddie Gibbs found time during this pandemic to release the second single and video from the album “Scottie Beam” featuring Rick Ross. The “Scottie Beam” visual is inspired by the 2019 film Queen & Slim where Gibbs and his love interest are riding through the countryside in a convertible old school Chevy when they’re pulled over by a white police officer a confrontation ensues then Gibbs shoots and kills the officer Now Gibbs and his love interest are on the run and he reaches out to Ross to flee the country.
The Gary,Indiana native spits some bars that attributes to his video taken from the film that inspired Scottie Beam “I’d hate to be on the run for smoking a officer/We busting at police before Queen & Slim, that’s on FN.” Meanwhile the Maybach Music Group founder Ross unleashes some infectious bars “Spark spliffs, raw kicks I get from Clark Kent/Common sense, no prints, strictly the mob hits,” Rozay raps. “Exhale weed, shipment from the West/My brain begin to seize when I’m needing rest/Kobe Bryant when we speaking very best/I pray for Gigi, wonder if she get to see me next.”
Watch the video “Scottie Beam” below featuring Rick Ross and their first single “1985” featuring The Alchemist