G Herbo Me Myself and I

G Herbo Taps A Boogie wit da Hoodie For “Me, Myself, & I”

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G Herbo Me Myself and I

G Herbo and A Boogie Wit da Hoodie unite once again for their new song “Me, Myself, & I,” a surprise release from frequent collaborators. Arriving alongside an accompanying music video, the visual effort finds the musicians in the trenches, trading verses on a rooftop.

In the song’s opening verse, Herbo raps, “I still be with demons but for my own reasons (You know that) / Now I’m always in L.A., in a different region / Put me in the Hall of Fame, any given seasons (Any season) / Can’t live in Chiraq ’cause I’m sick of n***as grievin’.” A Boogie wit da Hoodie carries the chorus and latter verse of the track, crooning, “I used to make all of your problems my problems, baby / I put three zeros in her bag, oh, what I already made it happen.”

In July, the Chicago rapper partnered with Rowdy Rebel on a song named “Drill” that was certain to be a hit. To date, the video has been seen over 1.8 million times on YouTube since the song’s debut. Meanwhile, in April, the platinum-selling sensation pays homage to his late brother and friend Gregory Jackson on “Locked In,” one of his most moving anthems to date. The rapper then unleashes a barrage of ferocious lyrical verses set to a backdrop of wailing guitar and a staccato pace. Herbo comes out as both reflective and unyielding in this scene.

All of these records seemingly hint at a new album from G Herbo, which will mark his first full-length release since 2021’s 25. It rapidly peaked in the top five on the Billboard 200 chart upon its release. Not only was this his second consecutive Top 10 debut, but it also marked his career high point. With over 250 million views, it has been a huge success and arguably one of the best projects of that year.

Watch “Me, Myself & I” below.