Tag: Lil Herb
Produced by DJ L
Man, this is what I’ve been waiting for. Bibby and Herb back on a track with DJ L. No matter what or who Herb and Bibby work with, they always sound most at home over an L beat. That’s actual and factual.
“Know Something” is one final hit before we get the full rock tomorrow afternoon. And yes, in just a few short hours we’ll have the official debut mixtape. Free Crack, from Bibby. Crack Friday is upon us, beam up.
Produced by DJ L.
One of the exclusives tucked away on DJ Victoriouz, DJ Bandz, DJ Twin and DJ Keem’s We Mean Biz mixtape is this previously unheard track from Lil Bibby, Herb and Durk titled “Lettin’ Up”. No word on if this record will also appear on Bibby’s Free Crack project, but it was only right that it get some shine of it’s own.
Bibby, Herb and Durk on one track? Yeah, this joint’s a problem. Tags only for now. Give “Lettin’ Up” a listen below and be sure to check out We Mean Biz Vol. 1 here.
Directed by 2150 Films. Produced by Jay Storm.
One of our favorite records from King Louie’s forthcoming Drilluminati 2 is finally here. Louie and Lil Herb trade bars on “Eastside Sh*t” and yes, they go in just as you would expect them to.
Press play above and keep an ear out for Drilluminati 2 and Herb’s Welcome To Fazoland: The Motion Picture, which both drop next month.
Produced by Lex Luger.
Fredo’s Trappin’ Ain’t Dead LP is finally available on iTunes and below, you can find track eight which features Lil Herb — “Clockwork”. Working around the clock? Well, this one’s for you.
Stream “Clockwork” below. Purchase Trappin’ Ain’t Dead here.
Directed by Danny Manhattan. Produced by Da Surgeonz.
You’ve been waiting on Herb & Bibby to drop their debut projects for over a year and today we get the official announcements on both. As you know from earlier, Bibby’s is coming out on Crack Friday (11/29), and we’re happy to relay that Lil Herb’s Welcome To Fazoland: The Motion Picture will impact in December — we can now rejoice — and prepare.
Today, we get the first look from Fazoland, the haunting “All My N****,” produced by Da Surgeonz. And this is only the tip of the iceberg. We got a sneak peek into Fazoland a few weeks back, and it’s a strong contender for one of the top projects of 2013. Listen to us now, believe us later on. Welcome.
The annual CMJ music fest is going down in NYC right now, and a good number of Chicago artists are in the Big Apple to perform for the masses. Last night, 40 Oz Van, Electric Circus and LTD Mag had a kick-off event that featured Lil Bibby, Lil Herb and Johnny May Cash. If you missed it, EME has the recap video for you. Watch them perform “My Hood,” “Kill Shit,” “Paranoid” and more in the clip above.
All day today, Louie and Herbie have been busy shooting the visual for what is sure to be one of the most notable street records of the year, “Eastside Sh*t.” The video is currently being shot by Nick Brazinsky in various locations around the city of Chicago.
The song is one of the early standouts from Lou’s forthcoming effort, Drilluminati 2, which will be out in December. D2 is a return to form for Louie fans, that finds him expanding on the sound he created last year with the first installment of the series.
“Eastside Sh*t” is a verbal joust between Herb and Lou and is sure to satisfy diehard fans of both artists. It’s that serious. Catch a preview above and more shots from the shoot below.
Produced by Chase Davis
Ebone rolls out his trusty rolodex and calls in some big guns for his new single, “Go Hard.” The track features Herb and the one and only DJ Victoriouz with assisting vocals. He also ups the ante with a Chase Davis beat. Curious to know how hard this records goes? Well, you gotta hit the jump to find out for yourself.
VladTV caught up with Lil Herb to chop it up about his forthcoming project, Welcome To Fazoland. Herb reveals that he’s putting the finishing touches on the tape and that he’s been working with the likes of Don Cannon, No I.D., Zaytoven and Young Chop on it.
Press play above and see what Herb has to say about his debut effort.
Directed by Nick Brazinsky. Produced by Snapback.
Alan Awesome grabs Sly P and Herbie for the new video for “That Thang.” This is the second new Sly joint we’ve posted in two days. Something must be in the air. Watch Alan do his thing in the clip above.