Tag: Lil Herb
Produced by Brian ‘All Day’ Miller.
G Herbo. Com Sense. Chano. Need I say more?
After a few previews, Herb unleashes the official remix for “Fight Or Flight” from his Welcome To Fazoland project. A video for this record has already been filmed and is on the way, so stay tuned for that.
Festival season isn’t over yet.
The first annual AAHH! Fest, by Common, will take place in Union Park on September 21st and the lineup looks amazing.
Com, Lupe Fiasco, De La Soul, MC Lyte, Jay Elect and Lil Herb will all be hitting the stage, while Dave Chappelle will take hosting duties. A very special guest is also said to be gracing the stage, but only time will tell who that is. The festival will also include a community showcase curated by Rhymefest and featuring a performance from Diggy Simmons.
Excited yet? We are. Tickets and more details can be found here.
Directed by DADA Creative.
G Herbo’s the latest emcee to take a crack at the instrumental for Bobby Schmurda’s “Hot N*gga” and even cooked up a quick visual for it, which you can peep above. Ballin’ Like I’m Kobe, the mixtape, coming soon.
So this is only a brief snippet of Lil Herb’s new single featuring two Chicago greats, Common and Chance The Rapper. But you get an idea of what to expect from the remix of “Fight or Flight.” Now we can hear Common’s verse, and see they didn’t tweak the song too much. Hopefully that joint will be dropping sooner than later. This is sure to shake a few things up as it’s a collabo of epic proportions.
To see some behind-the-scenes pics from the shoot click here.
Shout out to Exact Publicity.
Yesterday afternoon, Com Sense was back in Chicago to link up with two leaders of the new school, Lil Herb and Chance The Rapper, to shoot the video for Herb’s “Fight or Flight (Remix),” which was produced by Brian “All Day” Miller.
“Fight or Flight” was clearly a standout record from Herbo’s Welcome To Fazoland mixtape, and they’re really pouring the gasoline on it by adding Chance and Common to the official remix. The first part of the video shoot took place yesterday in various locales around the city, and we’re told Chance is set to film his scenes over the weekend.
Check out some flicks from day one below.
Produced by DJ L.
Fresh off of his show-stealing appearance on Juicy J’s “Low”, Lil Bibby returns with a new joint of his own featuring a few familiar names. For “Game Over”, Bibby reconnects with Lil Herb and DJ L to another one of those hard-hitting records that we’ve grown accustomed to hearing from the three.
Alright, that’s enough from us — hit the jump and listen to “Game Over” for yourself. Free Crack 2′s coming sooner than you think. Be prepared.
Produced by No I.D.
One of the more anticipated tracks from Common’s tenth studio album, Nobody’s Smiling, arrives a little early. ‘The Neighborhood” finds Com lyrically painting a picture of coming up in the city alongside Lil Herb who does the same. Yes, this joint is just as dope as you’d imagine it to be.
Common and Lil Herb over a Curtis Mayfield-sampled beat from No I.D.? Doesn’t get more Chicago than that. Listen below and be sure grab a copy of Nobody’s Smiling when it arrives in stores and digital retailers July 22nd.
Produced by DJ L
Just getting your day started? Just getting your weekend started? Well, get it started with this new Kill Bill and Lil Herb joint — which features that haunting production from DJ L you’ve come to know and love. Hit that start button below.
G Count just dropped a brand new video for his track, “Dat N****” featuring Durk and Herb. With our skyline in view, this fresh new video is a must see. Check it out above.
If you missed the mp3, you can grab it right here. Count’s New Regime project is due out later this year.
Directed by Steven Michael Sims.
Something brand new from Lil Herb a.k.a. G Herbo, produced by Southside. Don’t hurt ‘em, Herbo.