Before he even signed a deal with Yo Gotti, Lil Baby already described EST Gee as this generation's Jeezy. Although his impact is not nearly the same as the Atlanta legend, he's transformed his stories of the Fentanyl trade into motivational tales to get money. Over the past few years, he's ascended into your favorite rapper's favorite rapper. Even Jay-Z locked in studio time with EST Gee just to make sure that he didn't have a ghostwriter that penned his harrowing tales of the streets.
In September, the rapper came off of a hot summer with the release of his latest project, I Never Felt Nun. Serving as his debut studio album, the rapper proved that he's a singular figure in the rap game who can't be replaced right now. With features from Future, Jack Harlow, Bryson Tiller, Jeezy, and Machine Gun Kelly, EST Gee proved that he's one of the hottest new rappers in the game. However, he's not allowing the momentum to slow down one bit.
EST Gee Got It Out The Pot On "25MIN Freestyle"
With his new mixtape Mad due out later this week, EST Gee came through with his latest drop, "25MIN." Coming days after the release of "UNDEFEATED," EST Gee delivers an eerie banger produced by Johngottit, Moz, and robawithit. The ominous production merges haunting vocal samples and thunderous 808s that pair perfectly with EST Gee's lean-induced slurred delivery. Gee sways in and out the beat with murderous reflections of his past in the streets.
Though EST Gee's known for his calm and collected delivery, his sleepy flow is certainly a stand-out on this record. His bars are just as menacing without the gritty conviction. It's another impressive outing for the Louisville native. We're excited to hear what else he has up his sleeve on his forthcoming project. MAD drops on Friday, March 17th. Check out his latest offering above.
They can't step it, they was spittin', in the field, like a bird
It's not the rat, but the bird, double-pat, like we church
Say your Rolex is insured, kinda like you livin'
We do stand-ups and walk-ups and broad day killings