Freddie Gibbs shares new Harry Fraud-produced track “All Day” — listen

Gibbs' first new music since being acquitted of sexual assault in Austria

Photo by Nina Corcoran

The embattled Gary, Indiana rapper Freddie Gibbs has released a new track titled “All Day” and produced by Harry Fraud. The track finds Gibbs rapping over a smooth, minimalist beat and marks his first output since being acquitted of sexual assault charges in Austria back in September.

Gibbs released his last album, Shadow of a Doubt, in 2015, and “All Day” is the latest in a series of standalone singles that began showing up earlier this year. Judging by his tough-guy lyrics and delivery, he sounds unfazed by his European legal troubles and ready to get back to work. Among his upcoming projects is a sequel to Piñata, his 2014 collaborative album with producer Madlib, that’s set to be titled Bandana.

Listen in to “All Day” and check out the single artwork below.

“All Day” Single Artwork:



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