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Freddie Gibbs Releases Scorching Kanye Remix ‘Cocaine Parties In L.A.’

Complete with references about Macklemore, Stacey Dash and Raven Symone.

Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar have declared they’re done raging in Los Angeles, but Freddie Gibbs is still going hard. The MC has flipped “No More Parties in L.A.” from ‘Ye’s newly retitled Waves LP into a drug-centric scorcher called “Cocaine Parties in L.A.”

Gibbs’ track is backed by the same Madlib beat, but finds him torching his way through a blizzard of drugs and debauchery. Among his lyrical victims are Macklemore (“No I ain't sell like Macklemore/ But I got white privilege”) and actress/Fox news contributor Stacey Dash (“The black delegation would like to trade Stacey Dash for Adele and Margot Robbie, so let’s get it poppin”).

When he’s not firing shots, though, Gibbs is simply playing it cool -- “I kick back burning like Kermit sippin’ on hoe tears,” he coolly declares. Quite unlike Kanye’s recent Twitter rant, that’s for sure.