The scale in rap is balancing out, if talent is your sole barometer. As Drake’s star continued to rise, Kendrick Lamar seamlessly blended jazz with funk and soul music on a major label album, and Future evolved into the street’s favorite trap star, many of rap’s most compelling narratives of 2015 lived in the underground.
Wiz Khalifa didn’t have a humble bone in his body the day he recorded his braggadocios new cut “King of Everything.”
Comeback season is in full effect for legendary songstress Janet Jackson, who returns with her latest single “BURNITUP!,” featuring fellow legend Missy Elliott.
It’s all systems go for The Game, who’s readying The Documentary 2 for an October 9 release date.
OVO Sound Radio has provided plenty of gems in just two episodes, exposing listeners to material from OVO newcomer Roy Wood$’ upcoming Exis EP in the process.
XXL magazine has their specific criteria on what constitutes a Freshman or not–and that’s perfectly fine. But that doesn’t always mean their selections don’t result in polarizing discussion that highlight a lot of questionable picks.
Chief Keef orchestrates a posse cut of epic proportions on the “Faneto (Remix),” which features fellow Chicago rappers Lil Bibby, Lil Herb, and King Louie.
It’s a movie whenever Chicago rappers, and more importantly friends, Lil Bibby and G Herbo (aka Lil Herb) connect on wax. Today, the duo deliver a clip for “Ain’t Heard Bout You.”
A$AP Ferg and YG made use of their time together on the BestCoast Tour, as a visual for their collab track “This Side” arrives today.
Chicago’s own G Herbo (aka Lil Herb) sports some fly apparel in streetwear brand Rocksmith’s 2015 spring collection.
Hip-Hop Wired spoke with Chicago’s own G Herbo (aka Lil Herb) in wake of a major 2014, which concluded with the Pistol P Project mixtape. In part two of our discussion, the rising rapper chimes in on the recent GBE reunion and working with Nicki Minaj.
Chicago’s Lil Herb aka G Herbo returns with a new visual in tow for “Man Down”
Hip-Hop Wired recently sat with G Herbo, aka Lil Herb, who discussed life experiences that inspired his newly released Pistol P Project mixtape. Given the rising rapper’s Chicago roots, he was especially candid while recalling his own experiences with guns.
Dreezy has the Chicago streets on fire with her “Boss” single, which now features hometown rapper Lil Herb.
After delivering the Pistol P Project mixtape, Lil Herb digs a little deeper into his discography and drops a visual for “On My Soul,” featuring Lil Reese.
Some call him Lil Herb, others G. Herbo, but for all intents and purposes, let’s say he’s one of the best up and coming rappers who come from Chicago. He’s returned with a new mixtape Pistol P Project.
Now this is an interesting combination. Chicago’s Lil Herb and Los Angeles’ Earl Sweatshirt team up for a track called “Knucklehead.”
Representing the city of Chicago is rising rapper Lil Herb, who displays hometown unity in his visual for “Fight Or Flight (Remix),” featuring Common and Chance The Rapper.
Lil Herb is readying his Ball Like I’m Kobe mixtape, but his affinity for celeb comparisons don’t end there. That said, we present the Chicago native’s new track “Frankie Lymon.”