NEW ALBUM SURVIVOR’S REMORSE
(A SIDE & B SIDE) ARRIVING THIS MONTH
G Herbo season is underway! The drill music pioneer and platinum-selling Chicago hip-hop luminary unveiled a new single entitled “Blues” featuring Future.
On the track, the production glistens beneath airtight verses from G Herbo. He rips through the beat as he promises, “Being broke that shit was wack. I ain’t never going back.” Meanwhile, Atlanta icon Future counters with a hypnotically hard-hitting cameo of his own. The song unites two uncanny forces on one banger.
About the song, GHerbo commented, “Future and I were going off each other’s energy. It came out naturally.”
Last week, he returned with “Me, Myself & I” [feat. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie]. Instantly, it incited widespread critical applause. The FADER noted, “The new track continues on the path Herbo laid with his 2020 project PTSD, an album about wounds both physical and unseen, and how easy it is to get sidetracked on the road to healing.”Complex named it among “The Best New Music This Week” and stated, “G Herbo gets vulnerable with listeners.” OkayPlayer touted it as one of the “Best Hip-Hop Videos To Drop Last Week” and added, “Narrative-driven clips always stand out.”
Everything heralds his anxiously awaited new album, Survivor’s Remorse, coming soon, releasing in two parts, including an A Side and B Side. It has all the makings of a monumental and momentous statement for the culture. Pre-save it—HERE.
Last year, G Herbo unleashed 25to widespread acclaim. Complex noted he “is reaching new heights,” and he certainly did. 25 crashed the Top 5 of the Billboard Top 200. It not only became his second straight bow in the Top 10 of the chart, but it also emerged as his highest debut yet. It has amassed over 200 million streams and earned widespread praise. Starring on the cover, KAZI Magazine went as far as to christen him “Chicago’s Street Rap Messiah,” and HYPEBEAST dubbed it, “Arguably the rapper’s most vulnerable record to date.”
Experience Survivor’s Remorse and more from G Herbo in 2022.
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