Freddie Gibbs Seemingly Takes Aim at Kendrick Lamar and Baby Keem on "Vice Lord Poetry"

Freddie Gibbs hopped on the beat of Drake‘s Certified Lover Boy opener “Champagne Poetry” for the reimagined cut “Vice Lord Poetry.”

The three-and-a-half-minute cut seemingly hears the rapper taking shots at Kendrick Lamar and Baby Keem with the lines “The Earth ain’t big enough for both of us, you gotta get done / They sayin’ they smoking top fives / But you ain’t burned up the one / Uh, f*ck n*****s talkin’ ’bout? / Like every time I hit the booth / I don’t leave that bitch with a body count.” Gibbs appears to be answering Lamar’s line on the track “family ties” where he raps, “The Elohim, the rebirth / Before you get to the Father, you gotta holla at me first, bitch / Smokin’ on top fives / Motherf*ck that album, f*ck that single / Burn that hard drive / Burn that shit.”

Gibbs is prepping to release his upcoming album SSS soon, telling HYPEBEAST, “Triple S, album of the f*cking year, man. That’s all I gotta say.” He added, “Me and Lambo, man, we really stuck it out. And now I can stand at the mountaintop of this. I feel like I’ve been so underrated and overlooked and underappreciated in the rap game. I feel like I’m just now starting to get my flowers, and I’m gonna take them motherf*ckers. If they wasn’t gonna give them to me, I was gonna take that sh*t.”

Stream Freddie Gibbs’ “Vice Lord Poetry” above.

Elsewhere in music, Drake’s Certified Lover Boy debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
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