Freeway Makes His Return With New Song “All the Way Live”
It's been two years since Freeway dropped his last album, Free Will, but the Philadelphia rapper is now back with his new single, "All the Way Live." Released on April 27, the track finds Freeway bringing his signature raspy voice to a trap-style beat.
"Ran rap a lot of summers/Boy, I trap a lot of numbers/Had to school a lot of young ones/Boy, I raised a lot of hustlers/In the ghetto where they cutthroat/Dust smoke turn to gun smoke," Freeway spits.
"All the Way Live" is set to appear on the Philly rapper's upcoming album, Think Free, which is due June 8. Freeway calls his latest track a breath of fresh air and says its him doing what he does best. "The production is new and refreshing," he added. "Guaranteed to keep the people ‘All The Way Live’, especially now that I’m back home at the Roc for greatness."
Along with the new song, Freeway also stopped by Hot 97 to spit a freestyle for Funkmaster Flex. During the nearly 10-minute freestyle, the Philly MC touched on everything from his signing with Roc Nation to his health issues.
"They mad I get the mustard and I get the relish/All my shit hot, dog and they don't get to catch up/Yeah, I heard them boys snitching, they won't get to fess up/Hit with extended clips but ya don't get the message/Gotta call hazmats so they can get the mess up," he spit.
Take a listen to Freeway's "All the Way Live" and check out his freestyle below.
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