For many people, Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar’s Madlib-produced collaboration “No More Parties in L.A.” has been on repeat for the past week. While most rappers know better than to attempt remixing this track, Freddie Gibbs proved with the release of his album Piñata in 2014 that he can not only handle a Madlib production, but excel on it.

Gibbs puts his own spin on Kanye’s track by switching “No More Parties in L.A.” to “Cocaine Parties in L.A.”  Delivering bars just as vicious as the beat, Gibbs drops a few sharp lines about all the hot topics that have been flying down Twitter timelines—like Macklemore’s “White Privilege II,” the recent controversy revolving around Stacey Dash’s comments, and more.

But more importantly, let’s all hope this sparks the inspiration for new collaborations between Gibbs and Madlib. Listen to “Cocaine Parties in L.A.” below.

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