G Herbo has a lot on his plate at such a young age. Herb has three projects he’s working on, including his debut album “Humble Beast.”
Herb sat down with HotNewHipHop to discuss his project.
“It’s coming along fine. For the past couple of months, I’ve been about 70 percent done. I’ll say 75 [percent] maybe just because I got a body of work and there are some songs you can’t duplicate,’ Herb said. “Some songs can’t be recreated. You can’t say the same thing twice. I know there are certain songs that has to go, that have to make my album.”
In addition to “Humble Beast,” Herb is prepping the two separate joint projects with Lil Bibby and Atlanta producer Southside.
“I been working on so many other things, like I been here and there,” Herb continued. “Still working doing collabs with Bibby. We got out joint album coming – “No Limitations.” I gotta collab album with Southside coming. He produced the whole album “Swervo,” so we gon drop that soon before “Humble Beast.” My goal was to drop it 2016, but just with me moving around tryna capitalize off everything and be able to brand and market my album the way it needs to be, it was only time. That’s why I dropped “Strictly 4 My Fans” just for a token, a token of my appreciation.”
Herb announced his debut album during his XXL Freshman profile.
“I’m dropping an album this fall, so I just been recording,” Herb said. “…I’m prepping for my album, making sure it’s perfect. Not rushing it, but put it together the right way. We definitely gon drop this fall before the end of the year. It’s gon be something big.”
G Herbo’s album title has special significance to him, explaining its meaning during an interview with Vlad TV.
“I first heard that from my homie,” Herb explained. “He play basketball. I seened it and I related to it. Humble beat, it means, first of all, growing up in the jungle you become a beast. When you adapt to it, it turn you into a beast. That’s what the jungle is made of – beasts. Being a humble beast is using your head, being humble, down to earth. …You bring the beast out when it’s time. You let the beast speak for itself. …I let my music and my brand speak for itself. I am a beast and I’m humble.”
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