This year has seen Polo G keeping the streets fed — in addition to his latest single “GNF (OKOKOK),” the Chicago emcee can also be heard on KSI’s “Patience” and Lil Tjay’s “Headshot.” Adding to that, Polo G unveils “For My Fans (Freestyle),” which sees him delivering different flows over the Okaykhan, jayygostupid!, Pxcoyo, and Damn E-produced intrumentals for SpotemGottem’s “BeatBox,” CJ’s “Whoopty,” and Coi Leray’s “No More Parties”:
“FN knock his head off, fuck the jakes, we sped off, dissin’ on the ‘net ‘bout Ed and Lil Bit got his mans chalked, we gon’ take his life, bitch, that’s how much dissin’ the dead cost/
I put that lil’ bag up on his wig, he got his dreads bald, tried to run, them bullets hawked him down, we left his legs crossed, we can speak ‘bout bitches or this money, don’t do fed talk/”
Directed by Ryan Lynch, the accompanying visual sees Polo G getting creative for each song, mobbing heavy with his crew in Miami, rolling solo in Brooklyn, and partying up with family in Atlanta in the order of each individual verse. It’s clear that Polo stands as one of the few artists with his level of versatility.
Last year, Polo G liberated his sophomore studio album The Goat, which boasted 16 tracks with additional features from Mustard, Juice WRLD, Stunna 4 Vegas, NLE Choppa, Mike WiLL Made-It, Lil Baby, and BJ The Chicago Kid. The project was a big success both critically and commercially, landing at the number two spot on the Billboard 200 chart thanks to 99,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. The Goat subsequently earned Polo a well-deserved Platinum plaque. Presumably, he’s preparing to release a follow-up to the world soon.
Press play on Polo G’s “For My Fans (Freestyle)” below.