Lil Herb got the rumor mill going on a possible break away from Lil Bibby in Reem’s “Chicago Conscious” music video.
Herb raps, “Dolo in your city, but I started off with Bibby.” Some could misconstrue this rhyme as meaning he’s going his own separate path.
Lil Bibby clarified where he and Lil Herb stand during an interview with DJ MoonDawg of WGCI.
“That’s like a little brother to me,” Lil Bibby said. “We just working, man. I put out my mixtape first then he dropped his right after mine. We might be doing something together in the future.
“…Right now, we on our solo thing,” he continued.” In the future we might link up and do something like Outkast or something.”
Lil Herb shed light on his relationship with Bibby during an interview with XXL Mag.
“We from the same neighborhood. We met way, way before rap. Just growing up, homies. We used to play basketball together. Grew up in the neighborhood, we was always just been friends and we did this rap,” he said.
Herb also hinted at a possible collaborative project.
“At the end of the day, we solo artists. Separate artists, but we homies at the end of the day,” he explained. “I know a lot of fans when we rap together. We ain’t gonna stop doing s--- like that. We still gonna drop a tape together after we drop our separate mixtapes.”
Lil Bibby and Lil Herb have collaborated on each other’s debut mixtapes “Free Crack” and “Welcome To Fazoland,” respectively.
The two are somewhat Chiraq’s number one dynamic duo having collaborated on a slew of tracks, including, “At Night,” Know Something,” “Heir Apparents,” “Lil Herb & Lil Bibby,” “We Do This Sh*t For Y’all,” “A Year Ago,” “All I Got” and “Donations,” to name a few.
Lil Bibby and Lil Herb’s most popular track to date is the soon to be classic hit “Kill Sh*t.”
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