Madlib Says Kendrick Lamar Wanted Him To Work On “To Pimp A Butterfly”
Written by B87FM on January 31, 2021
Legendary producer Madlib says he practically helped Kendrick Lamar along with his iconic album, To Pimp a Butterfly, however Lamar was unable to get in touch with him.
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Madlib recalled the missed alternative in an interview with Guardian selling his new album, Sound Ancestors, explaining that he merely missed the telephone name and that he isn’t a straightforward man to come up with.
“Again then I used to be extra elusive than I’m now,” he instructed the outlet. “I used to be busy alone factor. Missed alternatives, man.”
He went on to confess that it “in all probability wouldn’t have labored out anyway,” as a result of he’s “like a sore thumb.”
Earlier than Madlib was so tough to succeed in, he collaborated with the late MF DOOM for his or her legendary album, Madvilliany. Madlib lately revealed that he realized of DOOM’s passing concurrently everybody else
“I came upon when all people else did, on social media. His household’s very non-public, so that they in all probability didn’t know methods to method that one. I nonetheless can’t consider that he died. That’s bizarre,” he admitted to NPR Music’s Piotr Orlov.
Madlib additionally commented on the present state of rap, saying that extra music must sound like Public Enemy.