Tag: Lil Herb
Chicago’s dynamic duo, Lil Herb & Lil Bibby, recently got back to the lab while together on a trip to Atlanta. 3 Little Digs was on hand to capture the moment, which felt like old times. Now, these two should stop playing and give the world exactly what they want: a collaborative project.
I mean, Heir Apparents is STILL getting crazy downloads. Do the right thing, fellas.
In case you missed it yesterday, Lil Herb is the face of Rocksmith’s 2015 10 year anniversary spring lookbook. The NYC-based brand came out to the Chi to have Trashand shoot Herb for the line, which turned out as dope as you’d imagine.
To celebrate this collaboration, Rocksmith and Lil Herb got together to drop a brand new track in honor of the partnership titled “I’m Rollin.” The track is now below, and do check out the lookbook right here when you can.
Rocksmith tapped Chicago’s own G Herbo a.k.a. Lil Herb and Trashand for their Spring 2015 lookbook, which is now available for everyone’s viewing pleasure. Before peeping the lookbook and checking out the Spring 2015 line, a few words from Rocksmith:
2015 marks the 10-year anniversary of NYC-based streetwear brand Rocksmith. The first collection of the year, titled “Sport & Street,” combines technical mixed-fabric athletic garments with the label’s signature music lifestyle vibe. Rocksmith pays homage to its Tokyo origin with its Tsuru bandana pattern of adapted Japanese motifs and “Rocksmith” written in Katakana. Other highlights include a pinch-stitch quilted French terry set; a reflective money sign pattern set; and a “Shinobi” capsule, which combines mesh and cotton with grosgrain tape detailing.
The lookbook is set in Chicago and features Terror Town native hip hop artist G Herbo (Lil Herb) shot by Chicago-based photographer Trashhand. The first delivery is set to hit Rocksmith stockists and www.rocksmithnyc.com next week.
Check out the full lookbook below.
Directed by Zae
Herbo G and Zae get back down for the new video for Herb’s “Man Down” record. From the block to the boardroom, not a damn thing has changed for Herb. Ballin Like Kobe the mixtape coming sooner than you think.
On a recent trip to NYC, G Herbo sat down with Hip Hop Wired for a brief interview where he talked about a slew of topics, namely leaving the streets behind to pursue a career in music. How as Herb able to do it? Well, watch and learn above.
During his current promo run in NYC, Lil Herb stopped by SiriusXM’s Shade45 to chop it up with Sway, Heather B and Tracy G on Sway In The Morning.
G Herbo talks about his recently released Pistol P Project, growing up in the Chi, how his collaboration with Nicki Minaj came about and much more. Herb even kicks a freestyle after the Q&A session. A must-watch, for sure.
Check out the full clip above and be sure to grab Herb’s Pistol P Project here if you haven’t checked it out yet.
G Herbo was on a recent media run in NYC, and dropped by Revolt to talk about a number of topics. One of which being his recent Grammy nod as being a part of Common’s Nobody’s Smiling album. Herb talks about first learning about the nomination, which he had no idea had even happened. Common’s album is a strong contender, so let’s hope they bring home the award this year.
Be sure to grab Herb’s recently released PPP project right here.
Directed by Seuss Leroy
One of my absolute favorite songs from Herb’s fantastic debut, Welcome To Fazoland, finally gets a video. It’s never too late to give this joint the extra push it always deserved. Right? Right. OMS this joint is super crazy.
G Herbo’s newest project, The Pistol P Project, is available for stream and download here.
‘Tis the season for unexpected and out-of-nowhere projects. And today’s drop comes from Lil Herb a.k.a. G Herbo. The buzzing Chicago star just hit us to announce his new mixtape, PPP (Pistol P Project), which is set to drop later on today. As a gift to FSD and his fans, he’s decided to bless us with the official cover art, track list and quote explaining the origin of PPP.
Stay tuned for the official drop and hit the jump for the track list. 808 Mafia, DJ L, Katie Got Bandz, DJ Fu and others show up.
“This was jus a project I wanted to give my fans as a token of my appreciation for them being so patient I wanted to do something before the end of the year that was 100% true to me and where I come from! BallingLikeImKobe On The Way!!!”