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Music / February 5, 2021

Freddie Gibbs and ScHoolboy Q team up in ‘Gang Signs’

Freddie Gibbs by George Voronov / ScHoolboy by Q Erik Voake/Getty Images for Spotify
Music / February 5, 2021

Freddie Gibbs and ScHoolboy Q team up in ‘Gang Signs’

Words: Dylan Murphy

Gangster Gibbs is a rabbit and Q is a turtle in their new video.

Indiana’s Freddie Gibbs has invited LA native ScHoolboy Q for a new single named ‘Gang Signs’.

Directed by Aaron Hymes and illustrated by Gabriel Alcala, the mellow offering sees the Gibbs and Q feature as an animated rabbit and turtle respectively.

It follows Freddie’s GRAMMY nominated album Alfredo that arrived last year.

Speaking on the track Q said, “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. It was long overdue for me and Q to do a record.”

Watch the video for ‘Gang Signs’ below:

Read Freddie Gibbs: America’s Most Complete Rapper from Issue 007.