If hip-hop were a video game, Lil Bibby‘s rivals would be looking at the Game Over screen. Fresh off lending his flow to Low, the lead single off Juicy J.‘s next LP, the Windy City buzzmaker continues his winning streak with the release of a brand new street single. DJ L mans the mixing boards on this larger-than-life cut, cooking up a brash, brass-led backdrop for the imperious bars of Bibby and fellow Chi-town buzzmaker Lil Herb (Nicki Minaj‘s collaborator on recent single Chi-Raq). Fans will be able to find Game Over, the previously-featured We Are Strong and much more on Bibby’s next mixtape, Free Crack 2. Keep it locked for further details on the set, which as yet lacks a drop date.
Written by richard on 08/11/14
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