Freddie Gibbs cemented his place as one rap’s elites together with his 2014 joint effort with Madlib, Pinata. Although Gibbs has continued to dish out solo materials, followers have been eagerly ready for the arrival its sequel, Bandana. Gibbs beforehand confirmed the venture is full; he is simply ready for the best to launch it. However, it seems to be just like the time is perhaps coming quickly as each Gibbs and Madlib took to social media to tease the venture.
The follow-up to Freddie Gibbs and Madlib’s Bandana appears to be coming quickly. The two took to social media to share a 20-second snippet unreleased music from their extremely anticipated venture. The submit features a picture Quasimoto smoking a cigarette on high a zebra. Gibbs shared the submit with the caption, “Part🦓 🦓” whereas Madlib merely shared the submit.
2018 was a extremely productive yr for Gibbs who launched his solo venture Freddie in addition to his joint venture with The Alchemist and Curren$y, Fetti. The rapper confirmed Bandana would drop this yr after he and Curren$y dropped their venture.
After releasing Freddie, Gibbs informed RapRadar that he accomplished the album, however he wished to attend for the best time to launch it.
“I really feel prefer it’s so severe that I’ve to variety like wait to place that out.” He defined, “I am talkin’, like, recording over one thing like over a course like three to 4 years, you realize what I am saying? It’s like loads issues that was goin’ on with just like the jail factor and all that stuff. There was loads issues that I wished to culminate on this album, so I wasn’t able to put it out but.”
It’s been a very good 12 months for Freddie Gibbs followers. The rapper blessed us with two new initiatives this 12 months, Freddie and his collaborative challenge with Curren$y and The Alchemist, Fetti which arrived earlier this morning. Despite the inflow music in 2018, it has been over 4 years since he launched Pinata with Madlib and followers are questioning when the sequel, Bandana will arrive. However, it seems like Gibbs has his sights set on a 2019 drop.
Gibbs is already plotting on the upcoming 12 months. The rapper took to Twitter to announce that his long-awaited collaborative challenge with Madlib, Bandana, can be arriving in 2019.
“Freddie and Fetti. Bandana 2019. You’re welcome,” he tweeted out earlier at the moment.
Shortly after releasing Freddie, Gangsta Gibbs revealed that the challenge was already carried out, however he was ready to place it out. While many anticipated him to drop it sooner or later this 12 months, he revealed that he wished to do one thing else earlier than sharing the long-awaited challenge.
“I am talkin’, like, recording over one thing like over a course like three to 4 years, you realize what I am saying? It’s like so much issues that was goin’ on with just like the jail factor and all that stuff,” he stated. “There was so much issues that I wished to culminate on this album, so I wasn’t able to put it out but.”
Gibbs did not make clear when in 2019 he and Madlib will launch Bandana, however let’s hope it does not arrive too late within the 12 months.
While introverted by fashionable hip-hop requirements, Freddie Gibbs has been quietly holding it down. Both this 12 months and final, Gangsta Gibbs has dropped f two stable initiatives, with Freddie and You Only Live 2wice. While followers have accepted his ferings with open arms, many have constantly inquired concerning the standing Bandana, the sequel to Freddie’s acclaimed Madlib-produced 2014 album. We’ve already acquired affirmation that the album was completed, and whereas that actually bodes properly, Gibbs was in no speedy rush to drop.
“I’m accomplished with, you understand, that Madlib album so I been sittin’ on that,” he stated, again in July. “I received cash. I need not put it out but. I am good, I am straight. I might put it out when it is time to put it out… I simply wasn’t prepared but. I needed to do one thing else first.” Now, it could seem that issues are about to vary. A current trade between Freddie Gibbs and Madlib make it clear that Bandana is on the horizon.
In the iMessage dialog, Gibbs reveals that he is heading to Chile for some R&R. “When I get again I am able to push go on all this shit,” he writes. At the underside, Gibbs captions the screenshot with a hype-inducing “PART 2.” You can presently peep the trade on Freddie’s IG story, no less than for now. Ya’ll hyped for Bandana?
Fans have eagerly awaited the arrival Freddie Gibbs and Madlib’s follow-up to 2014’s Pinata. Since the release their first collaborative album together, Freddie has gone on to release three more solo records including his most recent opus, Freddie. The good news for fans is that the project is completed. The bad news is that it might take a while for us to actually receive it.
In a recent interview with Rap Radar’s Elliot Wilson and B.Dot, Freddie Gibbs revealed that he and Madlib have completed Bandana but it’s currently tucked away in the stash, as DJBooth pointed out.
“I’m done with, you know, that Madlib album so I been sittin’ on that.” He said, “I got money. I don’t need to put it out yet. I’m good, I’m straight. I could put it out when it’s time to put it out… I just wasn’t ready yet. I wanted to do something else first.”
For Gibbs, it seems like everything is a matter timing including the release Bandana.
“I feel like it’s so serious that I have to kind like wait to put that out.” He explained, “I’m talkin’, like, recording over something like over a course like three to four years, you know what I’m saying? It’s like a lot things that was goin’ on with like the jail thing and all that stuff. There was a lot things that I wanted to culminate in this album, so I wasn’t ready to put it out yet.”
Peep the interview below and pray that Bandana will see the light day soon.
Despite being one the year’s hardest drops thus far, it seems likely that Freddie Gibbs’ Freddie album will follow a similar trend as last year’s You Only Live 2wice. That is to say, acclaimed by fans and critics alike, though celebrated by those already sworn to Gangsta Gibbs and all he represents. Still, it should be recognized that Freddie can probably out-rap ninety percent the game, be it live or in studio. Case in point, Gibbs has taken to YouTube to upload an ficially recognized concert stream, in which he performs Freddie in its entirety.
Filmed by M2GH2 at The Observatory in Santa Ana on June 27th, Freddie’s live skills are put on full display. The man doesn’t need a backing track to thrive, delivering his vocals raw and unfiltered. Can you expect anything less from Gibbs at this point? It seems like a Freddie Gibbs live show is something all fans should consider. Check this complete setlist below and video below, and shout out to Gibbs for sharing this on his ficial page.
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