Tag: Lil Bibby
If seeing is believing, then Lil Bibby may have inked a deal with Dr. Luke’s Kemosabe Records.
Similar to how news of Vic Mensa’s signing to Roc Nation recently hit the e-streets with the iTunes release of “U Mad,” the speculation of Bibby’s deal with Kemosabe comes thanks to the iTunes release of the T.I.-assisted “Boy” as an official single (take a look at the screenshot below).
Is Bibby the latest to join the Kemosabe roster? We’re not sure, but one thing is for sure — Bibby’s currently working on his follow-up to 2014’s Free Crack 2, so you can expect to see and hear much more from the young emcee in the very near future.
Directed by 3 Little Digs. Produced by Luca Vialli.
After unloading three new joints over the weekend, Lil Bibby returns with an official video for the short-yet-sweet “Gambino Freestyle.”
Since Bibby’s feeling generous with the new joints and videos, maybe we can get a video for the Lil Herb-featured “Better Dayz” up next. Hey, just putting it out there.
In the meantime, press play and meet Bibby Gambino above.
Clearly in the mood to buck a few trends and stray from the norm, Lil Bibby decided to drop three brand new songs in the wee hours of the morning. Like when most of the planet was fast asleep. Well, nothing about Bibby is orthodox, so expect the unexpected.
Most would call this onslaught an “EP,” but Bibby just calls this an ordinary Sunday morning. Enjoy all three tracks, which feature assistance from Lil Herb, C-Sick and Chop Squad DJ, below.
Directed by Phillyflyboy. Produced by P-Lo of The Invasion.
“Boy” was one of the many standouts and fan-favorites from Lil Bibby’s Free Crack 2 mixtape, so it was only right that it receive the visual treatment and it did. After shooting the video late last year, Bibby decided to go ahead and unload the T.I.-assisted clip before gearing up to release new music from his upcoming EP.
Watch Lil Bibby and Tip parking lot pimp in the video for “Boy” above. If you still haven’t heard Free Crack 2 yet for whatever reason, click here and change that. Boy.
Produced by Chief Keef and Da Internz.
The wait is over. DJ Pharris’ remix of Chief Keef’s “Faneto,” featuring King Louie, Lil Bibby and G Herbo, is finally here. If you heard it wasn’t coming, then you heard wrong. Is this the remix to end all remixes? We shall see. The original has been massive so far, so this all-star version should really push it over the edge.
Update: now with Full/CDQ including Lil Durk’s verse.