Lil Bibby's been gearing up to drop his highly anticipated album, Free Crack 4. He's been teasing the album since last December and fans have been eagerly waiting for him to drop it. He's yet to give a release date for the project due to getting samples cleared but it looks like he's given us a tidbit of music to keep us on the edge of our seats.

Earlier today, he took to social media to preview some music off of Free Crack 4. From what you could hear from it, it's sounding like more street anthems coming from Bibby. The production maintains of the heavy drill vibe that he came in the game with. It may be too early to say but it definitely sounds like Desiigner might be on the song or at least be providing the ad libs on the track like he did of Meek Mill's "Difference" featuring Quavo.

"I need that money on fleek, I need that money I'm sick/ I need to pull up in something that look like the Fast and Furious/ The money gon' bring all the bitches, the money come with all the bitches," he raps on the song.

It's sounding like it's going to be fire and with all the anticipation that's surrounding the project, we're hopeful that he'll deliver an incredible project. Thusfar, the only real piece of music we have off of the project is Bibby's "Free Crack 4 Intro" that he released back in June. However, in August, he did announce that the project is done. Assuming it's just the recording process, once he gets the sample clearance aspect all wrapped up, he'll be lining things up for a proper roll out of the album. Hopefully, we get another cut off of the project soon.

The Free Crack series has been a fan favorite among Bibby's supporters. The first Free Crack was released in 2013 and is still considered to be a fundamental mixtape in his career. 

Despite the fact he's been teasing it for nearly a year at this point, back in March he dropped off FC3: The Epilogue to tie us over until Free Crack 4 drops.