Freddie Gibbs just released the video for his song “Freddie Gordy” off his most recent album Shadow Of A Doubt. The video directed by Jonah Schwartz begins with a spoken introduction from Gibbs that gains us entry into his honest, personal thoughts of oppression and hope to persevere. Alternating between sequences of Gibbs walking around the Bay Area and a seductive scene in which he’s smoking, the video illustrates Gibbs’ internal struggles with contradicting values in his career and battle with addiction. As the video ends, Gibbs visits the Oakland memorial paying tribute to the late rapper The Jacka and we find him trying to look at himself in the mirror, coming to terms with the issues he feels he must face. Watch below.
Shadow Of A Doubt is out now on ESGN.