Polo G Unleashes Three New Freestyles on 'For My Fans' Compilation
In 'For My Fans,' Chicago native Polo G attacks three viral beats—SpotEmGottEm’s “Beatbox,” CJ’s “Whoopty,” and Coi Leray’s “No More Parties.”
Polo G knows his fans are hungry for new music. So, he decided to give them a little snack to help curb their appetite.
On Sunday, the Chicago spitter released three new freestyles in a compilation he’s titled For My Fans. In For My Fans, Polo G attacks three viral beats—SpotEmGottEm’s “Beatbox,” CJ’s “Whoopty,” and Coi Leray’s “No More Parties.”
Each track serves as an opportunity for Polo G to showcase his versatility. On “Beatbox,” he rips through the instrumental without relying on the flow created by SpotEmGottEm while “Whoopty” serves as a homecoming for the drill sound. Then on “No More Parties,” Polo G turns on the auto-tune to give his take on the melodically driven love song.
The For My Fans collection was dropped with an accompanying video. The near four-minute-long visual shows Polo G delivering his versions of these tracks in the cities where the songs took flight. “No More Parties” was shot in Atlanta, Polo G took over South Beach for “Beatbox,” and Brooklyn, New York became the backdrop for “Whoopty.”
Along with the compilation video, Polo G also gave each freestyle its own extended visual.
Watch Polo G’s For My Fans freestyles above.