So this is what this is all about, huh? Donuts.
Anyway, the album he released a few days before he died is good instrumental hip-hop. Less bugged-out than Madlib's production work, but just as deliciously sample-based. Donuts is accurate: it's not an album for all-in-one-sitting digestion. Think of it as a bunch of Pollard-short blasts of TMBG "Fingertips"-like soul-drenched beats for you to shuffle in with the rest of your library.
( apparently we're doing a red thing now; here's a place to buy Donuts )
And since it would be a filth move not to legacy up this post, here's my favorite track from the Madlib collabo:
Jaylib - "McNasty Filth [feat. Frank-N-Dank]"