Lil Herb provided readers a very intimate account of his solo debut mixtape “Welcome To Fazoland” during an interview with XXL Mag.
The project is slated to drop in only a matter of weeks and is generating quite a buzz.
Herb regarded the project as a “classic,” saying it will give listeners an unadulterated look at his life and the streets of Chicago.
“Everyday is life or death in this warzone,” Herb said when describing his hometown now known as Chiraq.
Herb is planning for a Feb. 17 release date of his mixtape.
This date is of special importance for Herb as it commemorates the birthday of his fallen friend Fazo. Fazo, born Fazon Robinson, was murdered on April 12, 2010 in an alleged gang-related shooting. He was 18.
“It’s really tells the story of who I am and where I from,” he told XXL Magazine. “I feel like it’s real rap. It’s real lyrics. I am telling real stories. I feel like a lot of people will feel it worldwide, across the country.”
Head over to XXL to read more of Herb’s interview by clicking here.
Lil Herb Says ‘Welcome To Fazoland’ Will Give Fans Inside Look Of His Life In Chicago
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