We have no clue what Freddie Gibbs and producer Vanderslice’s “Bugatti Bullet Holes” means to their collaborative future, but we hope there’s more to come. Today, the duo continues to push the track with a proper visual.
The brief clip is inspired by the classic video game River City Ransom, with an animated Gangsta Gibbs arming up in the staring world. This creates a classic me against the world scenario, as the menacing track serves as background music. There’s even a little Jeezy diss that accompanies Gibbs’ “N***as corporate, but ain’t thuggin’,” line.
“Bugatti Bullet Holes” appears on Vanderslice’s Everything’s Awesome LP, which listeners can stream here. Peep the visual for the beatsmith’s Freddie Gibbs collab below.