Joyce Wrice enrolls Freddie Gibbs for their new fun cooperation “On One,” a solitary off Wrice’s impending collection “Congested.”
Rising melodist Joyce Wrice has been taking actions of late, and now she has formally associated with Grammy-named Freddie Gibbs on her new single “On One.” Immediately commencing with an irresistible skip, Wrice’s vocals sparkle as she considers a relationship, her certainty and strut unquestionably apparent. It surely looks good for her inescapable collection Overgrown (March nineteenth), which includes extra visitor appearances from Westside Gunn, Lucky Daye, KAYTRANADA, and then some.
While not exactly the normal sound from Gangsta Gibbs, it’s a demonstration of his flexibility to see him handling an ordinary “hooligan luv” two part harmony. This isn’t to imply that his sharp bars are dulled in the smallest. “Your last n***a hit ya and stop ya now you can’t discover homes, had your brain blown, n***a precious stones ashy like rhinestones,” he raps, skimming over the bassline and guitar. “Screw the runway, I’m running tools, style week/French bitch from Ivory Coast, pussy magnifique.”
Look at the new cooperation from Joyce Wrice and Freddie Gibbs now, and sound off in the event that you’ll be putting the artist on your radar pushing ahead.