Freeway ft. Mama Jones - F.O.S.

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At the start of Philly spitter Freeway‘s newest record, F.O.S., reality star Mama Jones proclaims, “Freedom of speech, I say what the f**k I want to say and I can’t be scripted.” With Mama Jones’ bold proclamation setting the pace, Freeway surely doesn’t hold back on the record as he comments on taking the torch from wack rappers on his way to the top. The aggressive tone of the record continues into the song’s hook as the Philly Freezer sends out a stern message to the doubters and non-believers. Accompanying the lofty cut is B. Jones triumphant production, which pairs distant-sounding vocals with a hefty dose of percussion. Look out for more freedom-inspired tunes when Freeway’s Freedom Of Speech mixtape is released on October 16, ahead of his highly-anticipated Diamond in the Ruff album.

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