G Herbo, who is also known as Lil Herb, has amassed a net worth of approx. $1 million. All of his four mixtapes, Welcome to Fazoland, Pistol P Project, Ballin Like I’m Kobe and Strictly 4 My Fans have been well-received by fans and critics.
- Quick Facts about G Herbo
- G Herbo had a successful beginning with Welcome To Fazoland
- G Herbo and Lil Bibby’s collaborations
Quick Facts About G Herbo
|Birth Name||Herbert Randall Wright|
|Birthday||October 08, 1995|
|Age||22 Years Old|
|Net Worth (USD)||$ 1,000,000 - One Million US Dollars|
G Herbo had a successful beginning with Welcome To Fazoland
Influenced by artists like Gucci Mane, Young Jeezy, and Lil Wayne, G Herbo wanted to be a rapper from a very young age. He reportedly dropped out of high school to pursue a career in hip-hop.
In September 2012, Herbo released his first solo mixtape Road to Fazoland, containing 12 brand new tracks. A year later, he dropped his second mixtape entitled Road 2 Riches, which included 15 new songs.
He came out with his debut mixtape Welcome to Fazoland under the Machine Entertainment Group in February 2014. Dedicated to one of his friends, Fazon Robinson, who was killed by gun violence in Chicago, the mixtape became an instant hit. Since then, it has been streamed over 375,000 times on DatPiff. Presumably, he earned a few thousand dollars in royalties.
That same year in December, he released his second mixtape Pistol P Project. It was a surprise release that boasted ten different tracks like Quick and Easy, Where I Reside, Jugghouse, Nothing At All and others. It has since been downloaded more than 125,000 times on DatPiff & over 575,000 times on Spinrilla.
It was in August 2015, he made his third mixtape Ballin Like I’m Kobe available online. The mixtape, which was an honor to his fallen friend Jacobi D. Herring saw its official release in September. Praised to be his most focused piece of work till date, it has since been downloaded over 260,000 times through DatPiff.
He inked a contract with Cinematic Music Group in September 2015 and it was then, he changed his rap moniker from Lil Herb to G Herbo. He came out with his 4th mixtape Strictly 4 My Friends on November 24, 2016.
G Herbo and Lil Bibby’s collaborations
A release of hit song called Kill Shit, which was an instant YouTube hit in 2012 marked the remarkable start of his career in music. Collaborating with a fellow rapper Lil Bibby, he began cementing his place in the music scene in 2010.
Since then, the two have released a number of records together including, Shout Out, Know Somethin, They Know Us, Game Over and Ain’t Heart Nuthin Bout You, among others. Lil Herb and Lil Bibby, who are associated with the family N.L.M.B, were referred to as “the future” by Canadian rapper, Drake.
He has also earned a fair amount of popularity from his collaborations with other famous artists. In 2014, he collaborated with Nicki Minaj on Chiraq. He contributed to Chief Keef’s Faneto (remix) with Lil Bibby and King Louise in April 2015. He released a collaborative single entitled Lord Knows with Joey Bada$$ in November 2015 and also worked on Lil Yachty's 2016 song Up Next 3.
Accumulating hundreds of thousands of dollars yearly since his debut, his worth has now reached to a million dollar in 2017. His concert tours tickets have also yielded considerable amounts throughout the years.
His debut album Humble Beast is set to release this year.