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.
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.
Lil Bibby looks to continue delivering the goods on his Free Crack series with the third installment dropping later this season. Sharing his "You Ain't Poppin'" remix, Bibby goes in on Rico Richie's 808 Mafia's beat, which was first used by Rico Richie. Check out Bibby's take on "You Ain't Poppin'" after the jump.
Ah, good ol' drill. I miss 2012 when drill was popping off in Chicago and the whole world was going crazy. Now it seems as though drill is on its way out; Chief Keef has gotten stranger and weirder, Lil Durk had one too many creative bricks, and King Louie is maintaining his status in the Chi by being a consistent street rapper. But what about Montana of 300? This dude gets little to no love and he's a spitter--a rarity in the drill scene. Here he tacks on Shmurda's "Computers" and completely murks the beat. He's also joined by one $avage who is A-ok. Check it out after the jump.
Chance the Rapper and Donnie Trumpet are finally sharing the long-awaited Social Experiment album entitled Surf. In case you didn't know: Chance the Rapper is in a band called the Social Experiment, which features Chance, Donnie Trumpet, Peter Cottontale, and Lido. Their long-teased new album Surf, credited to Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment, is out right now on iTunes. Chance has called Surf "the first Social Experiment project" rather than a proper Chance the Rapper release. Check it out after the jump!