Madlib is Ending The Lengthy-Delayed Sequel to ‘Madvillainy’

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Madlib speaking with Hot 97 during a recent interview.

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Throughout a go to to Sizzling 97, Madlib revealed that’s within the technique of finishing a follow-up to Madvillainy, his basic collaborative album with the late MF DOOM.

Madlib has plans to launch a second Madvillain album. The producer and rapper stopped by Sizzling 97 with Talib Kweli to advertise their new Luminary-exclusive album Liberation 2, sharing his ideas on MF DOOM‘s sudden passing and when followers will obtain a follow-up to 2004’s Madvillainy.

“I came upon when everyone else came upon,” Madlib advised host Peter Rosenberg about DOOM’s demise in October 2020, which was later introduced on New 12 months’s Eve. “No one referred to as me or nothing, I believed it was a joke for a pair weeks. We have been involved a few month sooner than that, so I believed I used to be gonna see him once more.”

Fortunately, Madlib stated the duo have 10 songs that may doubtless be positioned on their sophomore album. “The second is simply not full, it’s extra like a demo to me,” he stated. “We didn’t piece it collectively or something, and a few of them, he seems like he simply did a one take and that’s it.”

Whereas the producer expressed that he plans on ending the album, he additionally goals to vary among the beats that he finally used on different songs. The Oxnard native additionally stated that the recording course of for the sophomore Madvillain album started proper after their 2004 debut, however that DOOM would solely end one to 2 songs per 12 months at a time.

Madlib additionally reiterated {that a} full undertaking with the late Mac Miller would arrive, titled Maclib. Miller, who died on September 7, 2018 from a drug overdose, is featured on Liberation 2 monitor “Proper to Love Us.”

Watch the total interview beneath and stream Liberation 2 via Luminary today.