Watch Freddie Gibbs Perform 'Bandana' Standout "Fake Names" on 'COLORS'
The Baby-Faced Killa MC offers an in-studio performance from his latest album.
Well this is dope.
Berlin-based studio COLORS' newest YouTube episode features Gary, Indiana's own Freddie Gibbs. The rapper appeared on "A COLORS SHOW" and performed "Fake Names," one of the standouts from his Bandana project with Madlib,
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In the two months following the release of Bandana, Gibbs has dropped videos for "Crime Pays," "Half Manne Half Cocaine" and performed at MoMA PS1, as well as Amsterdam's Boiler Room.
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COLORS, an aesthetic music platform based in Germany, has previously featured names like Schoolboy Q, Doja Cat, Goldlink and Tierra Whack. For their latest episode, Gibbs performs "Fake Names," a Bandana deep cut that samples The Sylvers' "Cry of a Dreamer." Watch the video below.