G Herbo pays tribute to lost loved ones in “My Bro’s A Legend” video
The Chicago rapper reaches back to last year’s ‘Sessions’ for his latest.
Even with last February’s PTSD still making its rounds, G Herbo decided to deliver a new visual for “My Bro’s A Legend,” a track from last year’s project Sessions. The visual for the Zaytoven-produced cut is a collection of in-studio and behind-the-scenes footage that matches the song’s lyrical salute to lost soldiers, with particular emphasis put on the late Juice WRLD:
“I ain’t ever been afraid of the dark, brave nights I lay, put the car in park/
Paranoia every day, yeah, that’s how it started, why I don’t feel safe? I got a bodyguard/
Hard times tested every n***a ‘round me, everybody ain’t ready to lay a nigga down/
My brother was a legend, he in Heaven, all my faith in God and my weapons/
My brother was a legend, he in Heaven now/
Should’ve been right there, feel like I let him down…/”
Sessions was released mere weeks after the passing of Juice WRLD, who tragically passed away following a return fight to Chicago. In addition to his Interscope deal, he was also signed to Lil Bibby’s Grade A imprint, which in itself acted as a close tie to Bibby’s longtime friend and collaborator G Herbo. Since then, G Herbo released the well-received PTSD, which — in addition to a Juice WRLD feature — also saw assistance from A Boogie Wit Da Boogie, BJ The Chicago Kid, Lil Durk, Chance The Rapper, Lil Uzi Vert, 21 Savage, Polo G and more.
Prior to Sessions, G Herbo — also known to earlier fans as Lil Herb — delivered a slew of classic projects, including Humble Beast, Welcome To Fazoland and his two-project series with 808 Mafia’s Southside, Swervo and Still Swervin.
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