Lil Herb and Lil Bibby are currently the front runners behind the “N.L.M.B.” movement.
Herb is known to spout the acronyms “N.L.M.B” in raps and on social media. There are two meanings behind “N.L.M.B.”
The “N.L” acronyms are short for No Limit, a renegade faction of the Almighty Black P. Stones. The “M.B.” acronyms are short for Muskegon Boyz, a renegade faction of the Gangster Disciples.
The No Limit set joined forces with Muskegon Boyz to form “N.L.M.B.” This new pact is now phrased “Never Leave My Brothers.”
Herb shed a little bit of light on his squad during an interview with XXL Magazine.
“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.”
Herb again echoed the phrase “Never Leave My Brothers” when promoting his solo debut mixtape “Welcome To Fazoland.”
“WelcomeToFazoLand 2k14 Minor Set Back For Ah Major Come Back Can’t Rush Greatness #NeverLeaveMyBrottherz #NLMB,” he wrote.
Herb announced the project is slated to drop in only a matter of weeks.
“@WELCOMETOFAZOLAND DROP FEB.17 ON #FAZO BIRTHDAY… NOW YALL HEARD IT FROM ME!” Herb wrote on Twitter.
Lil Herb Explains Meaning Behind ‘N.L.M.B.’
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