The Shadow of a Doubt rapper teams up with producer Harry Fraud.

Freddie Gibbs has dropped his first new track since being acquitted of sexual assault in Europe. ‘All Day’ is a laid-back and loosely cloudy collaboration with Brooklyn producer Harry Fraud.

Gibbs was arrested in June while on tour in France and extradited to Vienna to face charges stemming back to 2015. He was acquitted on September 30.

“We are pleased and thankful that the Court recognized the same trust and confidence we and all of his fans have had in Freddie that justified and resulted in his absolute acquittal,” the rapper’s lawyer said following the acquittal..

“Told you the truth would come to light,” added Gibbs’ manager on Twitter. “Through strength and patience, an innocent man is coming home.”

Earlier this year Madlib said he and Gibbs were working on a follow-up to Pinata, their already-classic collaborative album from 2014, titled Bandana. With Gibbs back in the States, that project is hopefully back off the ground.

Watch FACT TV’s Freddie Gibbs documentary, Ain’t In The Game To Stay The Same.



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