Conveniently titled, Chicago rapper G Herbo laces “Just Bars Pt. 2” with some seriously heady rhymes. On the track Herbo hints at his future, which may not be a reference to a proper debut album. He’s had himself a great 2015 and we here at iHipHop are excited — to the least — for whatever Herbo has to offer hip hop heads in the new year. Check out his latest cut, “Just Bars Pt. 2” after the jump.
Chicago rapper G Herbo — formerly Lil Herb — reunites with producer DJ L for “Retro Flow,” a track hinting at his come-up with fellow sparring partner Lil Bibby. Hot off the release of the excellent Ballin Like I’m Kobe mixtape, Herbo goes straight for the gut on his latest offering. Check out G Herbo’s “Retro Flow” after the jump.
King Louie, or King L, is dropping off the visuals for “Pay Back,” a track that finds the Chicago rapping going over a classic James Brown sample. This is definitely worthy of a listen if you’re trying to get over that Hump Day. Check out Louie’s hard as f**k “Pay Back” after the jump.
Ugh, by the looks of it Andy Milonakis will never leave rap music alone. Here, the comedian (because calling him a rapper would be an insult to the culture) links up with the always exciting and unpredictable, Chief Keef. This is the first we’ve heard from Keef in a while and judging from this lame collaboration I hope that his next outing is better than this one. Check out Chief Keef and Andy Milonakis’ “Runnin'” after the jump.
Don’t sleep on Tree, even if his moniker is corny. This Chicago emcee has a style he calls “soul trap” and you’ll see why as soon as you hit that play button. Here he’s continuing doing what he does best: Give you that pure, unadulterated ish. Check out Tree’s “Trafikka Bambaataa” after the jump.