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Watch Freddie Gibbs & Madlib’s Retro “Gat Damn” Video

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Freddie Gibbs defends his crown as the King of R&B with a little help from Slink Johnson and BG Perico.

Freddie Gibbs has released the video for Gat Damn, the third single from him and Madlib’ Bandana.

Directed by M. Corey Whitted, Gibbs and The Lords don zebra-print suits in a 1970s-themed performance. Gibbs plays the obnoxious lead singer, while Black Jesus star Slink Johnson and BG Perico man the guitar and violin.

Greater Than One Creatives served as the video’s producer, while Harley Astorga edited and served director of photography.

Watch the other Bandana videos on Gibbs’ YouTube channel.

Torry Threadcraft

Torry Threadcraft is a writer who covers music, sports, and culture. You can find his daily ramblings and culinary takes at @dreadcraft.

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