Capo belongs to two of Chicago’s hottest Hip Hop camps. The “G.L.O.N.L. 2” rapper spoke with ZackTV to explain his affiliation to Chief Keef’s Glo Gang camp and NLMB 150 Roc Block.
Capo, who hails from 61st and Indiana, said, “Glo Gang where I come from. Roc Block, that’s on some street sh-t. Them my homies, man. I been rocking with them. Rap sh-t, street sh-t, all that.”
NLMB 150 Roc Block is often repped by Lil Herb and Lil Bibby.
Herb told The Source NLMB is a “brotherhood.”
“…It’s a brotherhood. It ain’t no click, no gang or nothing like that. It’s a brotherhood,” Herb told The Source. “We ain’t affiliated with no Vice Lords or none of that. I don’t be on the Southside or Westside, we straight Eastside. I’m known on the Eastside.”
“I expand myself everywhere I go,” he continued. “I’m free to go wherever I want. But, Eastside, that’s where I’m from, that’s who I am, you know? We not associated with no G.Ds, Vice Lords or none of that.”
The “N.L” acronyms are short for No Limit. The “M.B.” acronyms are short for Muskegon Boyz.
Herb’s N.L.M.B. also means “Never Leave My Brothers.”
“We from 79th and Essex “Roc Block” named after my brother Roc (RIP). That’s where we all grew up,” Herb told XXL. “The neighborhood really called Terror Town, but we roc block 79th and Essex N.L.M.B. Never Leave My Brothers.”
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