While the wait for Ali & Gipp’s Kinfolk (currently set for August 14) continues, Gipp offers up a solo cut to keep up our spirits. The song, Skinny Chain, is a fun club anthem, where the Goodie Mob alum brags about all the diamonds he’s rocking and how he’s shining for everybody to see. The track is duly complemented with a beat from Maestro (best known for Lil’ Wayne‘s Prostitute Flange), which combines simplistic percussions with the increasingly popular “fire alarm” effect. Look for this to be a certified banger in the clubs, and to whet our appetite for whichever album (the one with Ali or Gipp’s solo venture) is on the way first.
Written by Burmy on 07/19/07
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"Drifter ft. Bigg Gipp" (2007)
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