Chicago’s best young talent teams up on Chief Keef’s “Faneto” remix. DJ Pharris brings together Sosa, Lil Bibby, Lil Herb and King Louie for the seven minute “Faneto” remix. Who do ya’ll think had the best verse overall? Check it out after the jump.
Here’s a treat for hardcore hip-hop heads out there. Saigon, one of Brooklyn’s finest, has dropped a jewel on ya’ll. “Mechanical Animals” is a beast of a track, featuring a stacked lineup which includes the legendary Kool G. Rap, Marcy alumni Memphis Bleek, and Chiraq’s Lil Bibby. Safe to say you better brace yourself because all four MCs deliver stellar verses. Get at it after the jump.
Grimy street tales told over barrel fires. That’s the churn and gravel of this ditty here and Lil Bibby is troubling and broad and narrative at the same time. What Kevin Gates brings to the thoughtful hustler type, Bibby brings to the ruthless kingpin figure. Track after the jump.
Los Angeles rapper Kid Ink has teamed up with Chiraq’s very own Lil Bibby for a new track entitled “All I Need” off the fresh new Batgang: 4B’s project. It goes without saying that the gruff-voiced Bibby slays the track with a pair of verses as Kid Ink provides the chorus as a solid backdrop for the song. Peep it after the jump.
Lil Bibby is a young kid with a grown gruff voice. This makes it seem like his words have more authority than they do. So then, he can get away with saying brash sh*t like “f*ck is you saying? what is you doin? why is you playin?” and it sounds like more than a juvenile threat. This is the ethos of his latest mixtape “Free Crack”. Check “For The Low” after the jump.
On “Low” Lil Bibby makes some audacious claims, Nicki puts her pelvis on something, and Juicy J sips. Young Thug croaks and howls into a void of a song. In other words, business as usual. The video is a little less than the sum of these parts somehow, but we can still get our dose of Minaj. Watch it after the jump.
Juicy J over a Dr. Luke special, made to throb a club into instant collapse. It’s like stripped down crunk with a drill kick. Nicki Minaj lavishes it. Bibby is ferocious, and spares no victims: “I’m Michael Jordan, you LeBron n*gga/In other words, you a fraud n*gga” might be one of the most shit-starting lyrics ever. H/t Craig Jenkins for that spotlight. Listen to a banger after the jump.
Leave it to Juicy J to bring the holy spirit into the strip club for a little twerk-down-turn-up treatment. Chicago upstart Lil Bibby features on this one. The Father and the Son would be proud. Listen after the jump.
Chicago’s Lil Bibby drops the visual for “Know That” off his upcoming Free Crack tape. Directed by Will Gates.