Freddie Gibbs makes a clean getaway in “Scottie Beam” video

Assisted by Rick Ross.

Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist have released a video for “Scottie Beam,” the Rick Ross-assisted standout from their joint album Alfredo.

As Gibbs’ visuals for his latest Madlib collaboration Bandana show, the Gary, Indiana rapper loves a gangster narrative. In the “Scottie Beam” video, the rapper shoots the police officer who pulls him over, and makes a hasty getaway to Jamaica with Ross’ help.

Gibbs recently jumped on a remix of Problem’s “Don’t Be Mad at Me” alongside Snoop Dogg. Alfredo is his first project of fresh material of 2020, following two Bandana spin-offs: the instrumental album Bandana Beats and an album-length collaboration with the band El Michels Affair, The Diamond Mine Sessions, for Amazon Music.

Bandana, released June 2019, was the long-awaited follow-up to Gibbs and Madlib’s 2014 collaborative album Piñata. Released on the major label RCA, Bandana spawned a slew of music videos, including “Crime Pays,” “Giannis,” “Half Manne Half Cocaine” and “Gat Damn.”

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Watch the video for “Scottie Beam” here:

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