Freeway lends the lyrical assist to Toronto’s Kid Kold for “Make A Mill” and it might give you some early Roc-A-Fella vibes courtesy of the sped up sample.
Kay Slay is far from finished as it appears he’ll release a video for every song on his album The Big Brother. This time, we get Freeway, Young Chris, Beanie Sigel and Tray Lee for the “Death, Murder & Mayhem” video.
Official Video for Kool G Rap featuring Lil Fame (M.O.P.) + Freeway “Wise Guys” off G Rap’s ‘Return Of The Don’ Album Out Now (produced entirely by MoSS). Video directed by Myster DL of ill Mannered Films – shot on location in Brooklyn, NY, Philadelphia, PA + Rome, Italy.
Kool G Rap drops “Wise Guys” with a little assistance from M.O.P.’s Fame and Freeway while Statik Selektah provides the scratches over a Moss production.
Philly Freezer goes for the jugular alongside Dave East over a DJ Skizz production on “Hold the Fort Down.”
The vintage freestyle legend, Tim Westwood, unearths a Freeway session from 2003 when the State Property was spitting over 50 Cent’s “In Da Club.”
State Property connects as Freeway and Young Chris (now known as “Gunna”) drop the video for “So Cold.”
Philly Freezer drops off the video for “Primates” with the following message…
When Freeway proclaims “The beast has awoken!” at the outset of his new “Primates” video, you know that it’s about to get live in these visuals. And sure enough, the Philly Freezer takes viewers on a rowdy tour of Amsterdam, and that includes a wild live show and plenty of mobbing in the streets and subways.
Capturing it all is director Ed Jansen (Ruste Juxx, Rockness Monsta), who follows the rapper and his crew to visually represent their trip overseas. As mentioned, this included a clearly bonkers performance for an equally energetic audience along with some time in the studio with Big Ape. And it’s really the best representation of “Primates,” because the track itself is overflowing with vigor, from Freeway’s bravado-centric bars to Big Ape’s brassy instrumental.
Torae crafts the perfect remix to “Get Down” by bringing along Freeway and Styles P to rock over a Pete Rock production.
Freeway connects with Amsterdam producer Big Ape for the appropriately titled “Primates.”