G Herbo is surrounded by paradise in his new visuals.
Back to show some love on the project, G Herbo shares some relaxed visual that sees him walking around the plush greens of Jamaica while standing oceanside rapping, "I'm in this by myself, niggas don't mean shit to me/ and money don't mean shit to me/ I remember nights, when it wasn't shit to eat."
Before Humble Beast became available to fans, G Herbo chatted with HNHH on the meaning behind the project saying it reflects all the ups and downs he's been through in his 22 years.
"It shows who I am today. It tells the story of me being a sixteen, seventeen-year-old young man from Chicago, growing up in a poverty-stricken neighbourhood to me doing everything that I’m doing now," he explained. “I feel like the fans can expect, me. What’s true to me, Lil Herb/G Herbo. Everything I’ve ever been through that got me to this point in my life. Everything that I plan on doing 5 to 10 years from now. This is my story. I feel like Humble Beast is the introduction to who I am. To who Lil Herb/G Herbo is to everybody. To the fans and to people who have never heard my music before. That’s what it is. An introduction to me.”
In a more recent interview with The Breakfast Club, Charlamagne Tha God asked G Herbo just exactly how much of the street beast he brings to his music career since he hails from Chicago, where he had to "survive for real."
"You need all of it cause the music industry just as dirty as the streets sometimes," he responded. "It's just as grimy but you can't do the same thing you can do in the streets...so it's worse actually."