Published Feb 23, 2016Breaking away from his recent standalone track drops, Freddie Gibbs is looking back on 2015's well-received Shadow of a Doubt with a new video for introspective album cut "Freddie Gordy."
Directed by Jonah Schwartz, the visuals see Gibbs spit his icy tales of street life and grinding his way out of Gary, IN, in front of a number of West Coast vistas, as well as staring himself down in a bathroom mirror. The clip is opened and closed by Gibbs paying his respects to fallen friend and Bay Area rapper the Jacka, pacing in front of a mural painted in his memory.
Watch the video for "Freddie Gordy" in the player below.
Gibbs has also announced the "Shadow of a Doubt Tour," and while it doesn't make it up to Canada, you can see all the dates here.