The star-studded collaboration was first revealed at Scott’s Astroworld Festival last November. Fan footage captured an uproarious performance, as five of today’s biggest artists shouted “We don’t give no fucks!” in unison. Now released as a single for the first time, the studio recording of “GNF” captures the rebellious energy of the live show.
Murda Beatz brings crisp production and skittering, feverish drums. It’s the kind of beat that somehow sounds better blasting from car speakers with the windows down and the bass turned way up. All five emcees contribute lively verses, as each in turn suggests that they, too, do not care one whit. Check out “GNF” via its accompanying video below.
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