“Dark Hearted” has that James Blake melancholy touch, particularly with the sweeping classical piano that accompanies the track’s machine gun beat. Gibbs offers a similar juxtaposition in his lyrics, rapping about the disconnect of still being “rich with mob ties.” “I knew you wouldn’t fuck with me if I didn’t have no loot,” he sighs.
$oul $old $eparately is out September 30th, and pre-orders are ongoing. Gibbs announced the album earlier this month by sharing “Too Much,” a single featuring Moneybagg Yo that we named Rap Song of the Week. His last solo full-length was 2018’s Freddie, while in 2020 he teamed up with The Alchemist for the collaborative album Alfredo. Earlier this year, the rapper made his film debut in Diego Ongaro’s Down with the King.