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Freddie Gibbs connects with ScHoolboy Q on “Gang Signs”

Gibbs appears as a pink cartoon rabbit in the surreal animated clip.

February 05, 2021

Freddie Gibbs dropped the animated visuals to his latest ScHoolboy Q-assisted single "Gang Signs" on Friday. The Aaron Hymes-directed clip is a surreal day-in-the-life of Gibbs, or rather his pink cartoon bunny stand-in. Featuring the work of illustrator Gabriel Alcala, cartoon Gibbs gets his money and flips off actual pigs before meeting up with Q, a bright green, tattooed turtle, and several others for a kickback.

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The track's subdued bassline offers both rappers the perfect backdrop for reflecting on their street pasts and current success. “I was just trying to pay homage to do or die and Bone Thugs n Harmony when I made this song. That’s the era I grew up on," said Gibbs of the track in a press release. "It was long overdue for me and Q to do a record,”

Most recently, Gibbs nabbed a Best Rap Album Grammy nomination for his album with the Alchemist, Alfredo, which dropped last May.

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Freddie Gibbs connects with ScHoolboy Q on “Gang Signs”