The Stones Throw siblings delivered “Big Whips” in a trippy visual directed by David James, with additional animation from Sassy, starring a stoned and hardened version of The Pink Panther, touring the late-night rap video classics of the late-90s and early-2000s.
Sassy explained to Complex that their inclusion was almost by chance: “”I sent an email asking if he thought Madlib might be down to submit something. I knew it was a crazy long shot and didn’t really expect to get an answer back. But to my surprise a couple days later, I got a reply saying Madlib was into it.”
Gangster Music Vol. 1 is set for release on March 2nd via All City Records, featuring a massive roster of underground heavyweights, including, but not limited to, Max B, Jonwayne, Onra, House Shoes, Quelle Chris, Your Old Droog, Budgie, Caleb Stone, and Kaytranada.
Watch The Pink Panther run amok through rap video classics in Madlib and Oh No’s “Big Whips” clip below. Hit the link below to pre-order your copy of Gangster Music Vol. 1 as a 2xLP vinyl package ahead of its release.
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