Last night, out on the left coast, Chief Keef, Lil Reese and Fredo Santana gathered together for a GBE reunion show of sorts. While the entire collective was not in attendance, most of the crew was and they showed fans it was all love with the first night of their planned reunion tour.
The world at large has only truly known of GBE for just three years, so they’re moving quickly on this. Can’t keep the people waiting too long, right? Either way, check out the highlights of the show above. Let’s hope that group project also surfaces later this year.
Update: New footage added above & below.
Directed by Zae.
With Dirty Vans and Rozey on the beat, Glo Gang’s own Tadoe and Ballout let everyone know how they rock on their brand new drop. Look for this joint to appear on Tadoe and Ballout’s upcoming Rise Of Glo Gang Empire tape. If you didn’t know, now you know.
Directed by Zae. Produced by YG On Da Beat and Young Malcolm.
Capo’s not interested in hearing about what you had in his latest visual offering. “What You Had” can be found on Capo’s G.L.O.N.L. mixtape, which Capo will be delivering a follow-up for later this year.
Check out the official clip for “What You Had” above and stay tuned for a short preview of Cap’s upcoming video for “Bein’ Famous” with Lil Herb afterwards.
Presented by Trap-A-Holics and DJ Twin.
GBE representative Gino Marley finally releases his debut effort, Raised In The Streets. The project includes fourteen new tracks from Gino and features guest contributions from Fredo Santana, SD, Fat Trel, Danny Brown, Ty Dolla $ign, Rich The Kid and more. Hit the jump to stream/download.
Atlanta trio, Migos, have been in a heated war of words with GBE and Chief Keef over the past week based on some supposed sneak dissing on a track called “Brokanese.” Well, tonight GBE’s own Ballout claps back at the Migos with “Goin In,” which is a DJ Kenn exclusive. Let’s keep this on wax, fellas.
SD and Jody O.D. on some psychedelics in a mansion in this new visual. Press play and party like a rockstar with the GBE repper and Mr. Highroller.
GBE and BEEN TRILL connect again, this time around with SSUR for a dope limited edition long sleeve tee. The tees dropped a few days ago via SSUR’s webstore and GBE300.com, but SSUR sold out immediately.
The Glory Boyz have been making heavy rounds in LA this fall which has resulted in this GBE X BEEN TRILL X SSUR t-shirt collaboration hallmarking this season on the left coast. The shirt was first unveiled November 7th in LA at the Suede Lounge during SD’s birthday party with a pre-release of 50 shirts.