Chicago legendary rapper G Herbo shares 96-inspired visual for ‘Death Row’: Watch

Two days ago, G Herbo released the official video for his song ‘Death Row’ from his latest album ‘PTSD’. Taking inspiration from the famous 1996 VIBE Magazine cover of Snoop Dogg, Dr Dre, Tupac Shakur, and Suge Knight, the Chicago artist reflects on his authenticity, humble beginnings, and his current lifestyle. Also, he’s seen in a classic droptop with women with bandanas on their faces. The video is currently trending at #32 on YouTube. Check it out below.

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