G Herbo’s fourth album, 25, was released less than a week ago, and it comes just over a year after his third full-length album, PTSD. While the rapper promotes his latest album, he also has his sights set on the future. As he disclosed in a recent interview with Bootleg Kev, this might include a collaborative album with fellow Chicagoan Polo G.
“I ain’t gon’ lie,” Herbo said. “To be honest, I’m working on some joint albums already. I wanna do a joint with Polo. Me and Polo [will] probably do a joint.” For what’s it worth the two rappers have slowly built up a collection of collaborations over the years. Their first came last year when Polo G joined Herbo for “Lawyer Fees” on PTSD. The next two arrived on the duo’s respective 2021 albums. Polo G called on Herbo for “Go Part 1” off Hall Of Fame before the two joined forces again for “Cry No More” with Lil Tjay, off 25.
Herbo mentioned in the Bootleg Kev interview that he’d like to collaborate with Tee Grizzley and Lil Bibby on an album.