Completing one of the boldest albums of 2022, drill music pioneer and platinum-selling Chicago hip-hop luminary G Herbo unveils the second half of his new blockbuster, Survivor’s Remorse: B Side, today. Listen to Survivor’s Remorse: B Side HERE. Survivor’s Remorse: A Side just arrived last Friday.

B Side is joined with a music video to the confessional track, “No Guts, No Glory.” Filmed by Jerry Productions, the video finds G Herbo at a church as recent views from his life flash across the screen. Taking in his extraordinary experiences his lyrics are personified, “they call me the humble one but I know I’m the goat.” The cinematic video makes that vision clearer than ever.

Ushering in Side B with a bang, he focuses on “Him” reflecting with pride beaming through his lyrics as he recounts everything he’s overcome. G Herbo confidently raps, “see they trying to be me, see my face on tv, way in 2014 I was rocking VV’s.” Excavating further into his courageous vulnerability on tracks such as “Letter To Juice” which is deeply personal and “Breath Slow” featuring Young Thug, the album boasts many highlights.

Within three days, Survivor’s Remorse: A Side A has already jumped to #1 on Apple Music’s Top Albums All Genres chart. It has garnered rave reviews across the board. Rolling Stone wrote, “’Survivor’s Remorse‘ sees the Chicago drill rapper celebrate his rise and explore his pain,” and The FADER proclaimed him to be, “one of the godfathers of drill music.”  On Twitter, Lebron James said, “MY GOODNESS!! This Herbo/Benny The Butcher track is INSANE!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

G Herbo paved the way for A Side with “Blues” [feat. Future]. Thus far, it has generated over 6 million global streams in addition to earning widespread acclaim from the likes of UPROXX who observed, “Herbo brands his usual aggressive delivery, rapping over the ATL Jacob production.” Right out of the gate, REVOLT noted about the single, “Equipped with an assist from Future, the new offering sees them fusing their flows over some production courtesy of ATL Jacob,” and Complex touted it on “The Best New Music This Week,” going on to add, “The two spend the rest of the song reflecting on their journey from the mud to marble over an electrifying ATL Jacob beat.”

About the song, Herbo commented, “Future and I were going off each other’s energy. It came out naturally.”

Survivor’s Remorse is the culmination of everything G Herbo has experienced; it possesses duality from battle to triumph. Crafted with his most impressive songs to date, it features his heavy-hitting peers, including JeremihFutureOffsetGunnaBenny The ButcherA Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Young ThugMeek MillConway, and Kodak Black. It has all the makings of a monumental and momentous statement for the culture. See full tracklisting below.

Recently, he returned with “Me, Myself & I” [feat. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie]. Instantly, it incited widespread critical applause. The FADER noted, “The new track continues on the path Herbo laid with his 2020 project PTSD, an album about wounds both physical and unseen, and how easy it is to get sidetracked on the road to healing.” Complex named it among “The Best New Music This Week” and stated, “G Herbo gets vulnerable with listeners.” OkayPlayer touted it as one of the “Best Hip-Hop Videos To Drop Last Week” and added, “Narrative-driven clips always stand out.”

Experience Survivor’s Remorse and more from G Herbo in 2022.

Survivor’s (A SIDE)

  1. FWM f/ Yosohn
  2. Flashbacks f/ Jeremih
  3. Aye f/ Offset
  4. Blues f/ Future
  5. Shaderoom
  6. 4 Min of Hell Pt. 6
  7. Real Rap f/ BennyThe Butcher
  8. Paid f/ Essex
  9. Shordie f/ Gunna
  10. After That
  11. Outside Looking In
  12. Survivor’s Outro

Remorse (B SIDE)

  1. Sleepless Nights
  2. History
  3. Change (Gun Shots)
  4. Me, Myself & I f/ A Boogie wit Da Hoodie
  5. Breathe Slow f/ Young Thug
  6. No Guts, No Glory
  7. Machines f/ Conway The Machine
  8. Torn
  9. It’s Something In Me
  10. Him
  11. All That f/ Kodak Black
  12. Remorse Outro
  13. Letter to Juice (Bonus)

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