I wrote this album and another album when I was locked up; I wrote the Madlib album too.
So what’s next for you?
I got a lot of stuff recorded, man, so I don’t even know if there’s a need to get back in the studio. Y’all pretty much know that I’m about to drop the bomb with this Madlib shit. That’s rumored, you know what I mean, allegedly I’m about to drop that—when Otis is ready then I’m gonna drop that. Other than that I’m just chillin’ right now, I’m enjoying life, I’m enjoying my freedom. I’m not taking a day of that for granted no more.
We ready for Bandana ! Si ça sort cette année, ça régularise 2017 direct. Son EP est bien bon au passage.
BeedaSoka : Something unexpected every session, fuck rap, I need some progression, might even sing like One Direction
RichGains - 7 Digits feat. Freddie Gibbs, ZZ Ward & Nico Segal
Comme tu dis si ça sort, les jeux son fait pour l'album de l'année. Kendrick ne pourras pas concurrencer même si c'est un redoutable adversaire.
MONEY STIZZ : Je ne veux pas de l'oseille a Bill Gates, je préfère contrôler le système bancaire comme la famille Rothschild (rip bankroll fresh)
The 2 Amigos. #Bandana
New album coming soon.
Why do you think you and Madlib work so well together?
I think that with me and Madlib, I was never afraid to really experiment with his tracks and things. It’s a lot of dirty samples and a lot of loops and a lot of shit you really can’t figure out. We get in here. When I first started the Piñata project, I was with my boy Josh and we were like, We got to put this shit together like a puzzle. Now me, Sid and my manager Lambo we do the same thing. We carried it on. We picked the loops that we want, pick the sounds that we want and then we just constructed into something I could lay my vocals to.
I feel like with a lot of Madlib’s beats, they are made for storytelling. I feel like when I’m working on stuff with him I can really get into the storytelling aspect mode of my flow. I could rap about other shit all day, really the same type of street topics but really in a different way. Just doing it in a different way on that album as opposed to Shadow of a Doubt—different production, different cadence, just being an overall great rapper and not subjecting myself to being in a box. I might bump some J Dilla shit and then when I am about to work out, I’ll throw on some Future shit. I like good music whichever lane it comes out of, as long as it’s dope that is all that matters with me.
I’m assuming the Bandana album with Madlib comes after You Only Live 2wice?
Freddie Gibbs Explains Why He Works So Well With Producer Madlib
putain trop hâte. Madlib est trop rare de nos jours.