For Harold’s, Freddie Gibbs Throws His Pinata Party Right In Indiana (Video)

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With Freddie Gibbs & Madlib’s Pinata still a popular favorite in the discussion of 2014’s best Hip-Hop albums, they release their latest visuals. The single “Harold’s” was one of the LP’s stronger points. The track referenced a Midwestern fried chicken restaurant and used it as an illustration for the streets that Gibbs’ E.S.G.N come from, and their connection in those same blocks.

For the just-released video, Gangsta Gibbs returns to a chilly Indiana, indicative that this visual has been in the cannon for some months. Madlib skips the trip, but his dense Funk colors the way to feel the realness to Freddie’s essay:

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