Lil Herb Songs

  • Don't Worry
    Don't Worry
    Lil Herb and Lil Bibby first made their names with gritty collaborations like "Kill Shit," and even after establishing themselves as solo acts, they still have an undeniable chemistry. Herbo jus dropped his new mixtape, Ballin Like I'm Kobe, and it features two records with his early counterpart, "Don't Worry," being the brand new cut.
  • Gang In This Bitch
    Gang In This Bitch
    After Lil Herb aka G Herbo announced that he will finally drop his long-awaited mixtape Ball Like I'm Kobe tomorrow, a fresh leak emerged, a track by the name of "Gang In This Bitch" in which Herbo links up with rising Chicago star Lil Bibby to rap over a dangerous beat from noted Chicago producer DJ L.
  • L's
    Herb comes through with a crushing new track off his highly anticipated upcoming mixtape Ballin Like I'm Kobe. The new track, "L's," showcases Herb's signature brand of unadulterated street realism, and it's an emotional outpouring even for Herbo's standards. "L's" is produced by Herbo's longtime Chi-town producer C-Sick, who lays down a heavy soul sample to match Herb's painful vigor. 
  • Shine
    Chicago's Lil Herb is taking his time with his new mixtape, Ballin Like I'm Kobe. The rapper has been teasing fans on twitter with possible release dates, but the project has yet to appear. Nonetheless, with the fans getting hungry (and impatient) Herbie drops off a little something today, "Shine." "Shine" is a record for those on their grind, a motivational street anthem, backed by victorious piano keys. 
  • NoOne Or NoThing
    NoOne Or NoThing
    Mysterious Chicago artist Goodbye Tomorrow has been garnering a lot of buzz since they dropped off that "Jay-Z" visual earlier this year, partly because their shit knocks, partly because no one knows who the hell they are. The Goodbye Tomorrow revolution continues with their new track and biggest feature to date, "NoOne or NoThing" feat. Lil Herb. With this slow-rolling intergalactic instrumental it’s a clash of two worlds, featuring both harmony and hard bars.
  • On My Line
    On My Line
    Before dropping his most recent track and American Pharaoh tribute "Horse," Lil Uzi Vert brought along Lil Durk for his excellent Freddie Gray-dedicated "Pressure." Here he goes with the Chicago connection yet again as he links up with Lil Herb for catchy hood banger "On My Line." Unlike the previous two tracks, thi
  • XXL
    Chicago's had a huge presence in the last two XXL Freshman classes, with Lil Bibby, Chance The Rapper, Vic Mensa and Tink all showing up in either 2014 or 2015. One notable exclusion both times around-- especially the year his close collaborator Bibby nabbed a spot-- was Lil Herb. Granted, outside of a collaboration with Nicki Minaj, he hasn't had the same star power attached to his name, but he's got heart, skills and a dedicated fanbase. His latest track, "XXL," takes aim at the magazine for leaving him off the list. 
  • All Day
    All Day
    One look at the title of Johnny May Cash's new record suggests it might be yet another freestyle over Kanye West's drill-inspired single of the same name. While it would be cool to hear Cash and Herbo go in over the pummeling industrial instrumental, we'd much rather hear them over an original Young Chop beat, which is what we get here.
  • That Sack
    That Sack
    Although Lil Herb hasn't dropped a project since December's PPP, and hasn't yet detailed his follow-up, Ballin Like I'm Kobe, he's still been dropping music at a fairly consistent clip this year. After sharing "Strong" a few weeks ago, he gives us "That Sack" today.
  • Strong
    Lil Herb remains one of Chicago's most underrated rappers. He experienced his biggest moment yet with a feature on Nicki Minaj's "Chi-Raq," simultaneously influencing the flows of countless rappers who would take on the instrumental, as well as Nicki herself.
  • Better Dayz
    Better Dayz
    Lil Bibby's #MayPac 3-track rollout brought us "Gambino Freestyle" and "F.I.L.W.T.P." and now it brings us "Better Dayz," in which Chiraq Princes Lil Bibby and Lil Herb tag team a lush strings-and-piano C-Sick beat.
  • Faneto (Remix)
    Faneto (Remix)
    DJ Pharris decided to shed some light on the Windy City tonight and release this new monster remix to Chief Keef’s “Faneto” record, featuring fellow Chicagoan’s Lil Bibby, Lil Herb, King Louie, and Lil Durk.
  • I'm Rollin'
    I'm Rollin'
    Lil Herb is the face of streetwear brand Rocksmith NYC's new 2015 Lookbook, and along with modeling their new looks in Chicago, Herb has also released a new record with the brand. "I'm Rollin" is built off of a buzzing bassline, complimented by plentiful samples of Juicy J's iconic "Yeah, Hoe" ad-lib. Herbo gives us a surprisingly melodic hook, and delivers his signature double time darting on the verses.
  • Boss (Remix)
    Boss (Remix)
    Dreezy started off the new year strong, by dropping off a new single on New Year's Eve "Boss." The single foreshadowed what she plans on doing 2015, that is, running the game. The Chicago rapper first made a splash with her version of "Chiraq," and this record actually emulates the style and flow of "Chiraq" pretty closely, which works well for Dreezy. Today she enlists fellow Chi-town rapper Lil Herb for the official remix of the track, which is produced by D. Brooks. 
  • Money
    Chicago and Atlanta are certainly two of the most vibrant rap scenes of the moment, and more and more often we're seeing the two come together. Lil Herb, one of Chi's most promising young talents, released a surprise mixtape just yesterday, and one of the early highlights is a collaboration with fellow regional star Katie Got Bandz, as well as Atlanta experimentalist Childish Major.
  • Knucklehead
    Seeming like he was poised to break out of the bonds of his local drill scene ever since dropping the great Welcome To Fazoland tape earlier this year, Lil Herb now appears on a very out-of-character track that also features Earl Sweatshirt.
  • Frankie Lymon
    Frankie Lymon
    After hitting us with the Common & Chance the Rapper-featured remix, “Fight Or Flight”, a few weeks back, Lil Herb returns today with another one for the streets called “Frankie Lymon”; who if you're unaware was the lead singer-songwriter for the 1950’s group The Teenagers (best known for their hit "Why Do Fools Fall in Love").
  • Fight Or Flight (Remix)
    Fight Or Flight (Remix)
    Lil Herb's Welcome To Fazoland still stands as one of the year's best mixtapes, and "Fight Or Flight" was one of the stand-out tracks. While Herb proved throughout the tape that he is more than capable of handling a track on his own, we're not mad at the selection of features he chose for the remix. After Herb showed up on his most recent project, Common retunrs the favor and delivers a verse over the vocal-sampling production, while hometown hero Chance The Rapper rounds out the track with a new 16.
  • Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    Bobby Shmurda's style is definitely indebted to Chicago's drill scene, so it only makes sense for an artist from Chi to take on the Jahlil Beats instrumental that's been passed around over the last few weeks.
  • Game Over
    Game Over
    Over the course of the last year, Lil Bibby and Lil Herb have proved that they're capable of carrying the torch for Chicago's drill scene while injecting it with a dose of indelible lyricism that many claimed was missing from the music of their peers. They've linked up in the past for several memorable tracks, and now they're back together on "Game Over."
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