G Herbo Songs

Take Me Away
Take Me Away
G Herbo
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G Herbo's is often wrought with an unexpected pathos. On his new song "Take Me Away," he yearns to take a break from the devastating street violence that plagues Chicago. He feels he cannot escape it despite his sucess, and he yearns for the simpler days, when he was joyfully running the streets.
Tired
Tired
G Herbo Feat. Lil Bibby
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The first time you heard G Herbo, he probably went by Lil Herb, and he was probably rapping alongside his good friend Lil Bibby. A lot has changed since the Herb and Bibby's early run of regional hits, but at the same time, so much is exactly the same. "Tired" finds the two Chicago rappers revisiting their impeccable chemistry, sounding older and wiser, but no less thrilling as technical rappers. Though they've each reached a new level of fame, they're still exhausted by their worries. "They say Herbo don't come around no more / I wonder why?
Eastside Story
Eastside Story
G Herbo
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G Herbo just dropped his new mixtape Strictly 4 My Fans, his highly anticipated follow-up to 2015's Ballin Like I'm Kobe. The project finds him working with familiar producers like C-Sick, DJ L, and DP Beats, as well as in-demand Atlanta producer Southside, who provides the beat on "Eastside Story." The second-to-last track finds Herb at his most personal, reminiscing on his youth and past friendships in Chicago.
Strictly 4 My Fans (Intro)
Strictly 4 My Fans (Intro)
G Herbo
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G Herbo is about to release his first project since last September's Ballin Like I'm Kobe. This afternoon, Herbo announced that he will release Strictly 4 My Fans, a prelude to his debut album Humble Beast, on Friday, November 25th. He also revealed the cover art and tracklist for the 9-song project. He also released “Strictly 4 My Fans (Intro)” a C-Sick- and DJ L-produced banger that seems to portend even greater bangers to come. Give it a listen and come back next Friday to hear the complete project.
Ain't Nothing To Me
Ain't Nothing To Me
G Herbo
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G Herbo has proven himself as one of the most reliable street rappers out, never compromising his dark, confrontational, emotionally-driven music, and building a loyal following in the promise. His latest, "Ain't Nothing To Me," plays to Herb's strengths once again, as he teams with frequent collaborator DJ L (oh my god who's this?), who provides a knocking instrumental that's heavy on tension.
Pull Up
Pull Up
G Herbo
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G Herbo has been exploring different lanes lately. He sounded great atop the soulful, old-style Chicago production of "The Drop," released earlier this month. He's long been regarded as one of the leading lyricists in the drill scene, though he refuses to be confined to the genre that he helped showcase to the world. Today brings with it a new sex jam from the 20-year-old East Side emcee.
The Drop
The Drop
G Herbo
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G Herbo is nothing if not versatile and he tries his hand on a chipmunk'd soul sample on a new leak called "The Drop." At the outset of the song, he is found sipping on dirty Sprite "like Future handed me this motherfucker." In the intro he actually sounds more like Curren$y, until the kick drops and he reverts into No Limit Herbo, attacking the beat like Russell Westbrook -- like a beast. (A Human Beast.)
59 To 79
59 To 79
Philthy Rich Feat. G Herbo
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Oakland's Philthy Rich has been spearheading some serious collabs lately. Within the past month, he's dropped stacked remixes to his tracks "Piss Codeine" (feat.
Do It For
Do It For
Dave East & G Herbo
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XXL made a few controversial selections for this year's freshman cover; Dave East and G Herbo were not among them. Possibly around the time they participated in the cover shoot (in the cover art they wear their freshly minted varsity jackets) they recorded a new song together called "Do It For."  Who do East and Herbo do it for? The answer is multifaceted. They trade cautionary street tales throughout the icy Black Metaphor-produced track. That which does not kill you makes you stronger.
They Know Us
They Know Us
DJ Twin Feat. Sean Kingston, Lil Bibby & G Herbo
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Both Sean Kingston as well as his DJ and collaborator, DJ Twin, have serious ties to the Chicago streets. Earlier this year, Twin shared "Dirty Money," a collab with King Louie, and as for Kingston, he shared the crazy Metro Boomin-produced "Murda Mook," featuring Chief Keef, last September.
Hail Mary (Remix)
Hail Mary (Remix)
G Herbo
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To pay homage to the legendary Tupac, who would’ve turned 45 today, Chicago rapper G Herbo decides to come through and share a new remix he recorded over Pac’s classic cut “Hail Mary.”
Back On Tour (Smokers Club Freestyle)
Back On Tour (Smokers Club Freestyle)
G Herbo
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It's been a minute since G Herbo dropped off some fresh bars. The Cinematic signee has been prepping his highly anticipated debut album, which is "definitely" dropping this year, and he's also been gearing up for tour life.
Too Far
Too Far
Shy Glizzy Feat. G Herbo
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Shy Glizzy and G Herbo have each built fanbases in their respective cities through a consistent output of uncompromising, but charismatic street rap, so their new collaboration, "Too Far," feels very natural. Produced by Goose, one of the more underrated beatmakers in the stable of songwriters working with Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan over the last couple of years, the dramatic instrumental feels small compared to Glizzy and Herbo's confident voices, making each and every line feel important as the last.
Izzo (Freestyle)
Izzo (Freestyle)
G Herbo
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For his first release of 2016, G Herbo decides to come through today and share a new freestyle for the fans called “Izzo,” and yes it’s exactly what you think it is.
Just Bars 2 (NYC Edition)
Just Bars 2 (NYC Edition)
G Herbo
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G Herbo has definitely not been slacking, even if it is the holidays. The rapper has been steady dropping leaks since delivering Ballin Like I'm Kobe mixtape. After giving us "Retro Flow" the other week, the rapper is back this week with "Just Bars 2," following up the first instalment from June 2014.
Retro Flow
Retro Flow
G Herbo
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Even though most fans are still consuming his mixtape Ballin Like I'm Kobe, G Herbo keeps hitting us with new music. After releasing two of the deluxe edition songs off Ballin Like I'm Kobe on his SoundCloud ("Countin 100s" and "Waitin For Nothin"), he returns once again this morning with the savage "Retro Flow." 
Waitin' For Nothin'
Waitin' For Nothin'
G Herbo
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G Herbo's Ballin' Like I'm Kobe mixtape played like an album, so it's only right it's getting a proper iTunes release. The deluxe edition of the project features two bonus tracks, which Herb has been kind enough to share as free streams on SoundCloud as well. "Waitin' For Nothin'" is a collaboration with DJ L, who's done much of Herb's production already. His beat on this one is almost in line with the work of Rick Ross' luxurious production team J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, putting together some sentimental piano and a shuffling live-sounding drum beat. 
Countin 100s
Countin 100s
G Herbo
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G Herbo put a deluxe edition of his mixtape Ballin Like I'm Kobe for sale on iTunes, and it comes with a few bonus records that you won't find on the site's mixtape version. Today G Herbo has liberated the two bonus tracks on his Soundcloud, which includes the DJ Pain-produced "Countin 100s." It's a pretty standard hustler's anthem.
Sleeping On The Floor
Sleeping On The Floor
Lil Bibby Feat. G Herbo
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Before Lil Bibby drops his highly anticipated mixtape Free Crack 3 later tonight, he blesses his fans with "Sleeping on the Floor," a sample of things to come... on his debut album FC3 The Epilogue, which is dropping on December 18th (!).
Get 2 Bussin
Get 2 Bussin
G Herbo Feat. Lil Bibby
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This morning G Herbo shared a fresh track called "Get 2 Bussin" with his fellow Chicagoan Lil Bibby, their first collab since "Don't Worry" off Herb's recent mixtape Ballin Like I'm Kobe.