Westside Gunn, Mach-Hommy reunite for new freestyle

Hear the nine-minute “EasterGunn Day 4 Freestyle” here.

Westside Gunn and Mach-Hommy have reunited for “EasterGunn Day 4 Freestyle.”

The nine-minute collab marks Gunn’s first “EasterGunn Day” release in three years, since 2017’s “EasterGunn Day 3.” It features a looped instrumental of Wu-Tang Clan’s “Hollow Bones,” which itself samples Syl Johnson’s “Is iIt Because I’m Black.”

The track starts off with a spoken word verse by Keisha Plum, before Gunn and Mach start trading bars. “In central bookin’, all my jewels on, it look like Virgil cooked it / On balconies, ocean overlookin’ / Ten bags, twelve bags, the red helicopter doin’ the helipad / You hella mad, I’m rockin’ shit you ain’t never had,” Gunn spits.

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“EasterGunn Day 4 Freestyle” arrives hot on the heels of Gunn’s two recent singles, “TV Boy” and “Julia Lang,” both of which are expected to appear on his upcoming mixtape Hitler Wears Hermes 8: Sincerely, Adolf.

Listen to “EasterGunn Day 4 Freestyle” below:

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