Freddie Gibbs Remixes Kanye West's 'No More Parties in L.A.' to 'Cocaine Parties in L.A.'

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Everyone looks to be having some fun with Kanye West's newest tracks and now Freddie Gibbs is joining in. Gibbs remixed Kanye's "No More Parties in L.A." to "Cocaine Parties in L.A."

Gangsta Gibbs returns with "Cocaine Parties in L.A." which pretty much keeps the same production and overall arrangement of Kanye's G.O.O.D. Friday entry.

The remix is completely tailored to the streets with tons of references to drugs as one would imagine from the title. Gibbs goes all out on the track with a relentless flow to the old school Kanye production.

"Freddie Gibbs' recent track 'Dead Presidents' featured an inventive flip of the beat from the classic Jay Z record, which originally dropped in 1996," reported HotNewHipHop.

With another Rocafella affiliated artists track it looks like Gibbs might be paying homage to the Roc Nation crew.

Either way the new freestyles from Gibbs have been hard-hitting and hasn't disappointed his fans in the slightest bit. You can check out Gibbs' remix of Kanye's "No More Parties in L.A." below.

Listen/Stream "Cocaine Parties in L.A." by Freddie Gibbs below.