Tag: Lil Bibby
Produced by WDTH?
Production/writing/vocal outfit Who Did That Hit decided to cut loose this unreleased gem from Lil Herb and Lil Bibby titled “At Night.” Built around the Corey Hart 80s hit “Sunglasses At Night,” Bibby and Herb trade their patented street tales over a haunting instrumental. It’s always a pleasure to hear these two on the same track. They’re both incredible solo, but together is pure magic. Get at “At Night” below.
No shots whatsoever, but you’d expect Providence, Rhode Island to be one of the last places Chicago’s drill movement would be popping. But sure enough, Lil Bibby was booked out there last week, and his fans came out in droves. First to an in-store and then to a packed performance where the crowd knew Bibby’s music word for word. Witness it for yourself in the clip above. Pretty impressive stuff.
Bibby has been making some very major moves as of late, especially during his recent trip to the Big Apple. During his short promo run, the rising rapper dropped by Sway In The Morning to talk about a slew of subjects. He discusses his love for traveling, and being relieved of problems while out of town, school and possible solutions to the problems plaguing Chicago.
Lil Bibby paid a visit to Hot97 earlier today to chop it up with Ebro, Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg about a few things including Free Crack, his influences, Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco and what it’s like coming up in Chicago.
Check out the full interview above and be sure to grab Bibby’s Free Crack mixtape if you haven’t done so yet.
It appears WorldStarHipHop has fully jumped into the documentary film-making landscape, and today they make their debut with The Field: Chicago (which is executively produced by Q from WSHH). We’ve seen this movie teaser floating around for the past few weeks, as it boasts appearances from Lil Durk, Lil Reese, King Louie, Lil Bibby, Young Chop, Katie Got Bandz, Lil Mouse, Rhymefest and more.
The doc explores Chicago hip-hop’s relationship with the streets and how some of our most popular artists see music as their way out. I’ve yet to watch it, but plan to check it out now. So many of these documentaries have been made, but very few offer up any ideas or thoughts on potential solutions, so let’s hope this one at least explores that topic. Hit the jump to check it out.
Produced by DJ L
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right? Well, that’s the motto on this one as Herb and Bibby return to form over a DJ L instrumental. Sometimes it feels good to get back to basics, even if there’s nothing basic about this one. Count this as a new year blessing from Herb, who is now going by G Herbo.
Welcome To Fazoland: The Motion Picture, due out sometime this year.
Mr. Free Crack himself made an appearance on the latest episode of MTV’s RapFix Live today. Bibby chopped it up with Sway briefly and kicked off the cypher at the show’s end, which also featured B.o.B., Saigon, Peter Gunz and DJ Whoo Kid.
Press play and catch Bibby’s acapella above. Free Crack is available right here – download it if you haven’t done so yet.
Produced by Druture.
Free Crack finally hit the streets this past Friday and today, we get more new music from Bibby thanks to DJ Victoriouz and DJ/producer Druture. Victoriouz and Druture connected for a new EP titled Out Of Towners, which is now available for download.
The EP contains new music from Ryan Hemsworth, Tink, Sasha Go Hard, Johnny May Cash, King James, Little Cloud and more. Below, you can find Bibby’s contribution to the project titled “Strange”.
Stream/download “Strange” below. If you haven’t given Free Crack a listen yet, click here and change that. Not now, but right now.