An in-depth CNN piece on Chicago doesn’t have anything on what Lil Herb has to say about his hometown.
Lil Herb is on the front lines of a treacherous war zone and gives listeners a vivid account of the city now known as “Chiraq.”
Lil Herb unleashed fiery bars in his third installment of “4 Minutes Of Hell.” It was in these four minutes that Herb gives listeners a personal tour of his Hell.
Herb raps, “My hunger is equal to my struggle/I came from nothing, grinded and I made it something/The age of a youngin, started hanging and bangin and hustling/To caging and customs to make it in this dangerous jungle/In a treacherous war, people dying, nobody crying/All the s--- that I saw, you expect me to sit on the porch.”
For fans’ sake, they only have to endure four minutes. Lil Herb lives it and may have a fourth installment of “4 Minutes Of Hell” prepared soon.
In the meantime, check out Lil Herb’s “4 Minutes Of Hell” music video
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