Freddie Gibbs & Madlib ‎– Piñata

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Madlib Invazion ‎– MMS-022
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 Supplier
Written-By – O. Jackson*
A2 Scarface
Written-By – O. Jackson*
A3 Deeper
Written-By – C. McCormick*, F. Tipton*, O. Jackson*
A4 High
Featuring – Danny Brown (2)Written-By – D. Sewell*, F. Tipton*, O. Jackson*
A5 Harold's
Written-By – F. Tipton*, O. Jackson*
B1 Bomb
Featuring – RaekwonWritten-By – C. Woods*, F. Tipton*, O. Jackson*
B2 Shitsville
Written-By – F. Tipton*, O. Jackson*
B3 Thuggin'
Written-By – F. Tipton*, J. Sherylee*, O. Jackson*
B4 Real
Written-By – F. Tipton*, O. Jackson*
B5 Uno
Written-By – F. Tipton*, O. Jackson*
C1 Robes
Featuring – Domo Genesis, Earl SweatshirtWritten-By – D. Cole*, F. Tipton*, O. Jackson*, T. Kgositsile*
C2 Broken
Featuring – Scarface (3)Written-By – B. Jordan*, F. Tipton*, O. Jackson*
C3 Lakers
Featuring – Ab-Soul, Polyester The Saint*Written By – C. ClevelandWritten-By – F. Tipton*, H. Stevens*, O. Jackson*
D1 Knicks
Written-By – F. Tipton*, O. Jackson*
D2 Shame
Featuring – BJ The Chicago KidWritten-By – B. Sledge*, F. Tipton*, O. Jackson*
D3 Watts
Featuring – Big Time WattsWritten-By – F. Tipton*, Greg Watts (2), O. Jackson*
D4 Piñata
Featuring – Casey Veggies, Domo Genesis, G-Wiz*, Mac Miller, Meechy Darko, Sulaiman (3)Written By – D. Simms, S. ShabazzWritten-By – C. Jones*, D. Cole*, F. Tipton*, G. Browder*, M. McCormick*, O. Jackson*

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Notes

feat. all the mother fuckers in the rap game worth fucking with

The back cover incorrectly includes a credit for "Terrorist", which is a track that does not appear on this release and is instead found on the Shame EP.

Executive produced by Ben "Lambo" Lambert for ESGN and Eothen Alapatt for Madlib Invazion.

Freddie Gibbs photographed by Peter Beste; Madlib photographed by Mathew Scott.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 9 89327 00221 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 989327002211
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): MMS 022 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): MMS 022 B2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, etched): MMS 022 C1 KRISP CUTZ @ ELECTRIC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, etched): MMS 022 D1
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
180889 Freddie Gibbs & Madlib Freddie Gibbs & Madlib - Piñata(CD, Album) Madlib Invazion 180889 US 2014 Sell This Version
MMS-024 Madlib Piñata Beats(2xLP, Album) Madlib Invazion MMS-024 US 2014 Sell This Version
MMS-022-REMIX Freddie Gibbs & Madlib Freddie Gibbs & Madlib - Piñata (Alex Goose Remix)(File, MP3, Album) Madlib Invazion MMS-022-REMIX US 2015
MMS-023JP Freddie Gibbs & Madlib Freddie Gibbs & Madlib - Piñata(CD, Album) Madlib Invazion MMS-023JP Japan 2014 Sell This Version
MMS-022 Freddie Gibbs & Madlib Freddie Gibbs & Madlib - Piñata(CD, Album) Madlib Invazion MMS-022 US 2014 Sell This Version

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Discos_Kultura

Discos_Kultura

March 30, 2016

Two years later and it still holds its own weight. As usual Madlib contributes some amazing instrumentals that leave you wondering, "where did he sample that one"?? Madlib is a master at this and he shows the world just how great he is. Freddie Gibbs does not disappoint with his lyrics and his flow on even the most tricky of Madlib beats. These two were just a great combo and it flowed nicely. What can I say that has not already been said. Love it, have it, and cherish it in my collection. This album will be talked about for years to come! Love me some REAL Hip Hop, Thanks Madlib and Freddie!
carollethebull

carollethebull

April 2, 2015
edited over 4 years ago

Got a piss poor printing of a great album, thing skips and pops regularly.
HM-2

HM-2

November 24, 2014
Far from classic imo but a solid effort from both, smooth Gangsta Rap type stuff. Definitely one of Madlib's better recent projects. Low point of the album must be the Wac Miller feature. Somehow I'm thinking Madlib and Gibbs shared that opinion too as Miller's verse is placed at the very end of the song and fades out midway...
Laxer1995

Laxer1995

May 24, 2014
I honestly loved all the material on this album, I personally wished they made a 7" for the bonus tracks, I got a kick even out of those
classics_only

classics_only

May 9, 2014
Really tough, this album is downright kick-ass, smooth gangster, dusty tape-deck wonderland. I feel like I'm listening to Madvillany's younger cousin from Longbeach. The one who just got out of county for a possesion charge, and moved back east to live with family because, 'some crazy chicken-head claims she's having my baby'. And these songs are all the hood stories of the past few years back in Cali. Gibbs does a great job of painting a 40oz soaked picture of this compassionate thug. Who will cuss out a corner store clerk, and then give a kid a few bucks for a snack while he's walking out the door. Madlib's perfected execution of creating an aesthetic with his mixture of samples and snippets is as strong as ever, and he really shines record. Without a shade of doubt in my mind.
Not only one of the best hip hop project's of 2014 thus far, but possibly of the year all together. I couldn't be any more satisfied with it. Every listen, I finish this album just staring at the wall, thinking...we've got a classic on our hands here. REALLY.
jmetz

jmetz

March 26, 2014
Insanely great album I had to pre-order this weeks ahead of time from fatbeats cuz I knew this was gonna be THAT album. Five star rating!!