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Lil Herb: I Don’t Know Why I Didn’t Make the XXL Freshman Cover

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19-year-old Lil Herb has been around since the Chiraq movement has begun. And though acts like Chief Keef and Lil Bibby have been given a nod by XXL Magazine, young G Herbo – who created his own “XXL” track – is one of the rappers who has made a name for themselves but has never made the cut for the XXL Freshman Class. “I don’t know why I’m not on the cover to be honest with you,” he tells us in this VladTV exclusive. “I ain’t really gonna get into detail ’cause I could say some s***,” he adds as he looks into the camera.

Though he hasn’t made it two years in a row, he does cite fellow artists who he feels “genuinely deserved” a spot on the cover. After naming Dej Loaf, Shy Glizzy and Fetty Wap, he makes sure to show love to his “big sis,” upcoming Chicago emcee Tink for putting on for their city. “Go look on Tink page, boy, she ain’t f****** around,” he states matter-of-factly. The Chi town native also delves into his idea for a Chicago tour featuring all of the prominent artists from the area right now. “I support my city. Period.”

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