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G Herbo

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Who Want Smoke?? (feat. G Herbo, Lil Durk & 21 Savage) Nardo Wick, G Herbo, Lil Durk, 21 Savage 04:39
PTSD G Herbo, Juice Wrld, Lil Uzi Vert, Chance the Rapper 03:52
TO THE MOON (feat. Fivio Foreign, Russ Millions & Sam Tompkins) JNR CHOI, M24, G Herbo, Fivio Foreign 03:38
One in the Head 21 Lil Harold, Quavo, G Herbo 03:43
Subject G Herbo 02:40
Shordie G Herbo, Gunna 02:56
Equilibrium Lyrical Lemonade, BabyTron, G Herbo 03:04
On Yo Ass King Von, G Herbo 02:37
Cry No More G Herbo, POLO G, Lil Tjay 03:41
Chi-Raq Nicki Minaj, G Herbo 03:51

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American rapper G Herbo was born Herbert Randall Wright III on October 8, 1995 in Chicago, Illinois. A member of the N.L.M.B. family, he first started to make noise with the 2014 mixtape Welcome to Fazoland and the track “Kill Shit,” a collaboration with his friend and colleague Lil Bibby. After kind words from Drake, he worked with such famous names as Common, Chance the Rapper, and Nicki Minaj. After the follow-up mixtapes Pistol P Project and Ballin’ Like I’m Kobe, began using the G Herbo moniker. His debut album Humble Beast (2017) went Top 10 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and Top 30 on the Billboard 200. In 2018, he worked with producer Southside on the album Swervo, another Top 10 rap album that climbed to Number 15 on the US albums chart. Around this time, G Herbo became involved in a number of legal disputes involving identity theft and domestic issues. None of this slowed his music career as 2020’s PTSD went Top 5 on the rap chart and hit Number 7 on the Billboard 200, with the title track landing in the pop Top 40 for the first time. Driven by the singles "I Don't Wanna Die" and "Cry No More" with Polo G and Lil Tjay, 2021’s 25 became his most successful album to that point, breaking into the Top 5 of both the Billboard 200 and the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. This was followed by the release of his fifth studio effort Survivor's Remorse in 2022, which became his third consecutive album to crack the Top 10 of the pop charts in the United States.