Freeway drops another single titled “Primates”.
No stranger to tough talk and lyrical beatdowns, Freeway isnâ€™t mincing words on his latest track, â€œPrimates.â€ Like his previous drop, â€œBombdroppaz,â€ this joint is another bruising and neck-snapping collaboration with Amsterdamâ€™s Big Ape.
The horns and strings-laced slapper emphasizes the best parts about the Philly Freezer and his trademark gruff vocals. Free embraces the energy of Big Apeâ€™s instrumental and goes the f*ck off on his verses filled with varied cadences, clever wordplay, and menacing bravado. Funny enough, the emcee actually addresses those talents in some of his opening rhymes: â€œWhen it comes to flows, Iâ€™m the rapper with the mostest/ Shut down the party, it donâ€™t matter who the host is.â€
While Freeway can certainly kick some knowledge with his raps, he can also stand alongside any rapper trying to flex on a track. And thatâ€™s exactly what heâ€™s doing on â€œPrimates,â€ which is all about bully raps spread across a heavy instrumental, with dextrous cuts courtesy of Swedenâ€™s DJ Devastate.
â€œPrimatesâ€ and its B-side, â€œBombdroppaz,â€ are now available for stream and download through all major digital retailers, via Elite Fleet Records, and drops next Friday on wax, as a limited edition blue 7-inch.