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Lil Herb

Herbert Wright also known as Lil' Herb or G Herbo was Born and raised on the east side of Chicago, more specifically the treacherous streets of the Notorious section of the east side known as Terror Town. It was here where the pain and Hunger was developed that is felt in each and every one of his songs. His notoriety in the rap game began with his 2012 viral hit "Kill Shit" which has amassed nearly 10 million youtube views to date. The song immediately catapulted Herb and his frequent rhyme partner Lil Bibby to the top of the underground rap scene. With high praises from industry execs, NBA and NFL superstars and none other than grammy award winning rapper Drake, Herb set out to release his highly anticipated debut mix tape to the world titled Welcome to Fazoland. The mixtape invaded publications both print and online such as Fader, Complex, Rolling stone, XXL, Rap Radar, Fake Shore Drive amongst a plethora of others. Following the release of his debut Mixtape, Herb took the world by storm in April when the internet and radio was bombarded by his Collaboration track with none other than rap/pop icon Nicki Minaj aptly named "Chiraq" a street adopted nickname for Herbs Hometown of Chicago. "Chiraq" was the most remixed rap song of the year. G Herbo is presently in the studio putting the final touches on his sophomore mix tape Balling Like I'm Kobe which will be released in early 2015 and will definitely be packed with hardcore real rap which Herb is known to deliver each and every time he blesses the mic.

My Bands Sessions

Thursday, March 19


Friday, March 20