Freddie Gibbs – “Extradite” f. Black Thought

blame it on Patrick Glynn November 11, 2015

Freddie Gibbs is gearing up to release his Shadow Of A Doubt LP November 20, and after getting the debut single, “Fuckin’ Up The Count,” two weeks ago, we get two new singles with features from Black Thought and ManMan Savage.

I get clowned by some being such a Black Thought stan, but songs like “Extradite” give me good reason. Over dusty production from Mikhail, Gangsta Gibbs & the leading man of The Roots trade verses about the hustling lifestyle. When it comes to the “Murdering Every 16 They Deliver” rankings, these two are easily toward the top, so it’s nice to see the two come together for a track and, well, murder it. Gibbs follows “Extradite” with “Packages,” which falls into the bass-heavy trap genre with a drooping verse from ManMan Savage.

Listen to the two singles below.

“Extradite” f. Black Though

“Packages” f. ManManSavage