LA trio Pollyn's gauzy beat—off their Shake Out the Other Way remix EP—inspired Gibbs to rap about dirty blunts and driving around being gangsta (topic du jour). That's what we think about when we hear ghostly girl-vocals and super warm sub-bass too, dude! Actually, no, but we can see how you would. Meanwhile the Shake Out the Other Way remix roster reads like a Los Angeles beatmaker best-of: Exile, Nosaj Thing, James Pants and Them Jeans contribute.
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