Don’t get it twisted, Freddie Gibbs isn’t becoming a Knicks fan. In fact, he and Madlib combined for this chill, lyrical cut making mention of the Ferguson incidents. Now, NYC comes in heavy for the remix as Action Bronson, who immediately mentions Chris Childs & Kobe, Joey Bada$$, and Ransom add their stylings below.
There’s a reason why I waited until after lunch to check out the new video for “Harold’s”… yet I still want some. Ha! Regardless, it’s Freddie Gibbs showin’ love to the crib with some on-location filming of his song named after the hotly raved chicken chain in the Chi. Find this one on the duo’s recent collab project, Piñata.
A new visual from their highly acclaimed joint album ‘Pinata’. Directed by Jonah Schwartz.
Producers, this video will motivate you to get in the studio.
Kanye West reflects on J Dilla and talks some detail on production as part of this newly released, unreleased B-side footage of the new Stones Throw documentary Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton. ‘Ye’s part of the interview starts at the 21:40 mark and goes to 24 even, where he also throws in the nice tidbit of wanting Madlib beats for the next projects.
It’s amazing: How could we lose Biggie, Pac, Dilla, Steve Jobs, Michael Jackson? It almost feels like the devil’s winning. We gotta make music and we think, ‘If Dilla was alive, would he like this?’ I have to work on behalf of Dilla. When I put a weird-ass Jamaican sample, it works at first but it’s not until I put the [makes discordant musical noise] that it sounds like art or sounds slightly wrong. And now it’ll go to the radio now that it’s wrong, motherfucker. Now play this. Play this five-minute song that completely fucks up your programming. Play this. It’s best respect that we can pay to great artists that have inspired us so much is to never fuckin’…never sell out.