Freddie Gibbs likes his mild sauce. The Indiana rapper along with producer Madlib just released a video for 'Harolds,' a tribute song to their favorite chicken spot. The incredibly soulful track is from their joint album 'Pinata,' which is in stores now.

Director Gregory Buissereth goes with a day-in-the-life theme for the clip, showing Gibbs visiting Harold's and rapping in front of his housing project. The lush sounds of the track, combined with shots of Gibb's tough-looking neighborhood makes for an interesting contrast.

Madlib doesn't appear in the video at all, it's just Gibbs, and he sports a black ESGN T-shirt, black pants, and black leather gloves, looking like part hardcore MC, part assassin.

Clearly, the former CTE affiliate wanted to embrace his Midwestern roots by showing Harold's and his everyday lifestyle.

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