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Piñata is the first collaborative studio album by American rapper Freddie Gibbs and record producer Madlib. It was released on March 18, 2014, by Madlib Invazion. Entirely produced by Madlib, the 17-track LP features contributions from Raekwon, Earl Sweatshirt, Danny Brown, Domo Genesis, Scarface, BJ the Chicago Kid, Ab-Soul, Casey Veggies, Meechy Darko and Mac Miller, among others. The album was recorded by Josh "The Goon" Fadem and Glenn "G-Wiz" Browder between January 2011 and October 2013
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Freddie Gibbs takes XXL on a ride in his 1985 Monte Carlo SS and talks about 'Bandana', the follow-up to 'Pinata,' his 2014 album with producer Madlib. The road back to making music has been a long, strenuous journey for Freddie Gibbs. In 2014, the rapper released, which some may consider, his best project of his career. The project was critically acclaimed and universally regarded as one of the top albums of that year. The following year, Gibbs dropped Shadow of a Doubt, another highly-respected effort propelling him to a new level of popularity.
Gibbs: We two different guys, man. I was still in the streets when I first started that Madlib album. I was, then I wasn’t. You can tell the progression on the record, though. You can tell the different places that I’m in, ’cause I did it over the course of three years, coming up with the ideas and concepts. So you were still in the streets even though you were signed to Jeezy’s CTE? Gibbs: Yeah, man. I didn’t have no record deal, man. He never gave me no money. You take some shots at Young Jeezy on this album. Would you sign another major label deal after that experience? Gibbs: I don’t know. I’m probably going to be blackballed after that shit, so who knows? I don’t give a fuck. I’m with surviving the way I’ve been making my music, and I love the control I have over my career. I mean, fuck, I’m getting interviewed by fucking Rolling Stone right now, dogg. You think I need a fucking major label?
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