Cool, they are finally referring to Freddie and Otis as Madgibbs. Original version is on the Pinata album.
Snoop Dogg collaborates with Madlib for “WestFest TV Millionaire.”
New-ish music from Madlib’s The Beats, which is an instrumental soundtrack to their documentary film, Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton. The set is due September 9th.
Freddie Gibbs is announcing The Lord Frederick Europe Tour 2014, a generous run of solo performances across the continent. To celebrate, he is sharing a new music video for “Harold’s”, a highlight from Freddie Gibbs & Madlib’s critically acclaimed Piñata. Upon it’s release, the album became an instant classic with many calling it the album [cont.]
Video shot & edited by The Epixx. From The Buzz EP available now on Bang Ya Head.
Watch Madlib perform with drummer Mabanua and pianist Kan Sano in Japan, in this awesome jam session for Hennessy Artistry.
First single from Madlib’s July 15th 2CD release, Rock Konducta.
Madlib took to Twitter to announce his next project, Rock Konducta, will drop on July 15th, with a shot of the cover artwork. Rock Konducta. July 15. http://t.co/elHIlmLSIr pic.twitter.com/yfTRo5WrrY — Madlib (@madlib) June 10, 2014
Directed by Jonah Schwartz. From the album Piñata available now.
From Madlib’s Pinata Beats instrumental LP, due June 3rd, minus Freddie Gibbs.
From the original soundtrack to Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton. DVD & Blu-Ray with CD soundtrack. Available now. Madlib’s full 10-track beat tape soundtrack will be released on vinyl this summer.
Rappcats Exclusive: BBNG remixed Freddie Gibbs & Madlib’s “Shame” with the approval of the MC and Producer. MP3 is included as bonus with Badbadnotgood’s album III at Rappcats.
Ten years ago today, we reviewed and rated MF Doom and Madlib’s Madvillainy LP a perfect score of 5 @’s. At the time, we were one of the only rap “publications” to do so. Read on, true believers. Read: http://www.hiphopsite.com/2004/03/23/madvillain-madvillainy/
Gary, Indiana’s Freddie Gibbs has built up a solid buzz for himself over the last couple of years, being recognized as one of XXL’s Freshmen cover stars and landing a short-lived deal with Young Jeezy’s CTE imprint. With a long list of pending projects, perhaps the most anticipated of these was what was once called [cont.]
Madlib teams with Freddie Gibbs for the release of Pinata on Stones Throw today, which you can stream below via Spotify. Includes guest shots from Raekwon, Danny Brown, Domo Genesis, Earl Sweatshirt, Scarface, Ab-Soul, Polyester The Saint, BJ The Chicago Kid, Big Time Watts, G-Wiz, Casey Veggies, and more.
Freddie Gibbs takes care of some unfinished business after his departure from Young Jeezy’s CTE imprint, on this cut from his new album with Madlib, Pinata, which hits March 18th.
From Snoop’s new Thats My Work Vol. 3 mixtape hosted by DJ Drama, available now, which you can also download below. Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
A mythical album no more. Freddie Gibbs and Madlib’s long-awaited Pinata LP will drop March 18th. 1. Supplier 2. Scarface 3. Deeper 4. High ft. Danny Brown 5. Harold’s 6. Bomb ft. Raekwon 7. Shitsville 8. Thuggin’ 9. Real 10. Uno 11. Robes ft. Domo Genesis & Earl Sweatshirt 12. Broken ft. Scarface 13. Lakers [cont.]
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib’s Pinata will be released March 18, 2014. Listen to “Robes” featuring Earl Sweatshirt & Domo Genesis, debuted last night by Benji B on BBC Radio 1.
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