The inimitable 2 Chainz released his Freebase EP on Monday, and now there’s a video celebrating the keyed-up seven-track release. Seen above, the Alex Nazari-directed clip mostly finds the oddball Atlanta MC cruising through the titular trap (Compton, to be specific) on a lowrider bicycle. He casually drops rap knowledge (“This flow come from Drizzy / He got it from Migos, they got it from Three 6”) and unique brags (“I am now balling so hard / I should be on my own box of Wheaties”), and also there’s a snippet of Will Ferrell’s Step Brothers film which only kind of makes sense. Download Freebase over at LiveMixtapes, and stream it below. The freshly freed Lil Boosie appears on “Wuda Cuda Shuda,” and Rick Ross trades bars with A$AP Rocky on “Crib in My Closet.”
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