This week Freddie Gibbs have already made into the news after revealing that he shot a crackhead dozens of times but today, Indiana-born rapper makes media to talk about his new song “Winter In America,” a song which is a cover famed poet and performer Gil Scott-Heron’s song with the same title. The song will be featured on “Black History Always – Music For The Movement Vol. 2” extended play.
The second part of the EP follows the first installment, titled “I Can’t Breathe”, which featured guest appearances from Rapsody, Robert Glasper, Terrace Martin. Volume 2 also features Tobe Nwigwe.
Some of the quotable lyrics from the song include: “Just like the cities staggered on the coastline / In a nation that can’t take much more (Yeah) / Like the forest buried underneath the highway…”
Listen to the song below: