Published Nov 17, 2011New York's Cults have made a name for themselves with their '60s throwback indie pop sound, gaining praise for this year's self-titled debut album. In an interview a while back, the duo hinted at releasing a hip-hop-themed mixtape some time in the future and it seems like they meant it.
The track "Bad Things" from Cults has been reworked and now features a verse from rapper Freddie Gibbs. With Gibbs typically being known for collaborating with MCs like Young Jeezy and Big K.R.I.T., this tune marks a serious departure from the norm for both artists.
Check out the unlikely pair's version of "Bad Things" below.
Hypetrak Premiere: Cults featuring Freddie Gibbs - Bad Things (Remix) by Hypetrak