Lil Bibby

Remix Report Card

The Winter Remix Report Card

Remy Ma teams up with another Nicki Minaj foe, Katy Perry works with Lil Yachty, and Lil Bibby gets the Kevin Gates verse of the year.
Al Shipley

Lil Bibby's Quiet Ambition Keeps Changing the Script of Chicago Rap

The Chicago rapper shares his video for "Ridah" and breaks down 'Free Crack 3' as he prepares to head on tour with G Herbo and Pusha T.
Kyle Kramer
Music to Fake Shore Driveby

Music to Fake Shore Driveby Volume 6: Don't Forget About the Midwest

Hi haters, Chicago's premier taste-making hip-hop blog Fake Shore Drive is back off hiatus with a new installment of their reoccurring series with Noisey.
VICE Staff

Stream 'Salewds' a Mixtape Featuring New Songs with Bun B, Childish Gambino, Rick Ross, and Others

The clothing brand Crooks and Castles presents a mixtape of awesome unreleased tracks in remembrance of their late friend and former marketing director Christopher “Lewds” Natalio.
Kyle Kramer
Holy Shit

Chief Keef's Insane "Faneto" Remix Is Ten Minutes Long and Features Lil Bibby, Lil Herb, King Louie, and Lil Durk

DJ Pharris presents the essential, show-stopping Chicago drill lineup.
Kyle Kramer
Music to Fake Shore Driveby

Introducing Music to Fake Shore Driveby, Your New Guide to Chicago Hip-Hop

Our friends over at the Chicago hip-hop blog Fake Shore Drive are here to give you a tour of the best music from the midwest right now.
VICE Staff
Sittin' Sidewayz... With Skinny Friedman

The Best Rap Tunes of the Week: Grilled Cheeze, Vol. 8

This week's best new rap includes a new Redman verse, a Pat Benatar sample, and a song called "Dolphin Pussy."
Skinny Friedman

Insult to Injury: Week Ending 7/18

Here's what the Noisey editors were listening to while being tacky Brooklyn girls.
Noisey Staff

Lil Bibby: Setting Up The Perfect Shot

His "Free Crack" tape was one of the most anticipated of the year, find out why.
Kyle Kramer
New music

Listen to Druture's Grime Remix of Lil' Bibby and Lil' Herb's "Kill Shit"

Druture combines Drill and Grime sounds into the hardest sociological manifesto you'll hear in a club this year.
Ezra Marcus