The Freddie Gibbs and Madlib collaborative saga continues. A tiny departure from “Thuggin,” this tracks features upcoming R&B vocalist BJ the Chicago Kid on the crude yet loving yet painfully blunt rap ballad, “Shame.”
And indeed, the song most definitely a sweetly sung ode to the walk of shame. It doesn’t have to be so bad, does it? Not when BJ sings it, at least. And you know, Freddie loves you and ish. So, yeah. Stuff like that.
Sounding like some old soul, too. Theeeese guys. Hear more on their 6-track EP that dropped today, also called Shame.
Want even more gangsta Gibbs and the Beat Konducta? Look out for their album to come out later this year.
Purchase Shame EP on Stones Throw