More than a year has passed since Giggs dropped off his last mixtape, Now Or Never, a 16-song mixtape that featured contributions from Jorja Smith, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Dave, Obongjayar, Emeli Sandé, and more. Since then, he has also delivered impressive performances on songs by his peers including Dave’s “In The Fire,” RAY BLK’s “Games,” Ghetts’ “Crud,” and Meek Mill’s “Northside Southside.”
Giggs’ fans can now stream two new tracks today (Nov. 26) called “Differences” and “Innocent”. “Differences” finds Calvin collaborating with Rowdy Rebel, and both deliver top tier rhymes about the streets and their current situation without much effort:
A two-for-one release of Giggs’s hard-hitting, unapologetic road rap continues the artist’s penchant for dark, vivid rhymes that tell tales about his personal life. Furthermore, the accompanying videos for both songs see Hollowman mobbing heavy in NYC over the course of the past month or so, resulting in social media clips of Giggs shaking hands with JAY-Z, Conway The Machine, among others, much to the delight of his many admirers and witnesses. The fiery clip for “Differences”, which was released by One Take, features him performing alongside Fast Bucks, his counterpart from GS9, and their respective crews.