Freddie Gibbs, Madlib drop video for “Half Manne Half Cocaine”

Starring Eric Andre and Gibbs himself.

Freddie Gibbs and Madlib have released the video “Half Manne Half Cocaine,” off their joint album Bandana.

The new visual continues a narrative established in the videos for “Crime Pays,” the Anderson .Paak-assisted “Giannis,” and the 2014 Pinata cut “Thuggin.” Gibbs stars in the saga as a drug dealer who got into trouble with drug-lord-turned-nemesis Aurelio in 2014. Five years later, Gibbs runs a cocaine factory disguised as a zebra ranch. Aurelio, in a bid to find out more about the operation, parlayed with Gibbs at a secret location. The rendezvous went south, and ended with Gibbs left for dead in the water.

It’s 2029 in the “Half Manne Half Cocaine” video, and Gibbs wakes up in a hospital room to be greeted by a doctor (played by Eric Andre) after a long coma. The doc explains that Gibbs has racked up a $100,000 debt due to his lengthy hospital stay, and hands him some weapons and armor while instructing him to head to the desert.


In a training montage, Gibbs does a bunch of sit-ups, trims his beard and practices with a combat knife. Once prepared, the heavily armed rapper takes off to confront Aurelio in an ending you’ll have to see for yourself.

Watch the conclusion of the Bandana narrative below:

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