Freddie Gibbs is fresh off of his Freddie project, which has arguably the best cover art of the year with its nod to Teddy Pendergrass, but the Midwest product already has his eyes on the next release. Teaming with Madlib again, Gangsta Gibbs is looking to drop off Bandana, the follow up to Pinata, and states that it may be his last project.
Appearing on the Rap Radar Podcast next to Elliot Willson and B.Dot, Gibbs detailed he is done with the album and is sitting on it currently.
“I mean I got money. I don’t gotta put it out yet. I’m straight, I’m good. I could put it out when it’s time to put it out, but that’s the beauty of this,” Gibbs shared.
Gibbs would go on to detail that he chose to hold on to Bandana because it may be his last effort.
“I wanted to do something else first,” Gibbs shared. “I was like, ‘Man, I wanna do this first.’ I don’t wanna put [Bandana] out yet cause I feel like, I don’t know, that might be my last project.”
If that is the last album in the chamber for Freddie, it should be a good one if it matches the predecessor. Give Gibbs his roses while you can still smell them and keep enjoying Freddie for the time being.
In a special episode of Rap Radar shot live from our TIDAL Takeover at Inglewood’s @sprint store, watch @FreddieGibbs discuss his new album, sports and more with @ElliottWilson and @bdotTM: https://t.co/Danw9Q2krE pic.twitter.com/OBqBCUOgoV
— TIDAL (@TIDAL) July 19, 2018