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G Herbo Drops Commemorative ‘Welcome To Fazoland’ Merch

On Friday, G Herbo released a commemorative merchandise capsule in conjunction with the release of his Welcome To Fazoland 1.5…

On Friday, G Herbo released a commemorative merchandise capsule in conjunction with the release of his Welcome To Fazoland 1.5 EP–celebrating the 3-year anniversary of Welcome To Fazoland. “Delivery 2: Welcome To Fazoland,” the second installation of G Herbo merch, features 10 premium pieces: two lighters, three t-shirts and five hoodies (four of which feature “150 DreamTeam” and “N.L.M.B.” chenille patches). The merch creative celebrates heartfelt lyrics heard on Welcome To Fazoland’s songs “Mamma I’m Sorry” and “Write Your Name”. All new merch is available via his website.

“I remember, comin’ in middle of the night my eyes red. You asked me why and I ain’t wanna tell you cause my guys dead.” – “Mamma I’m Sorry” G. Herbo

Additionally, the merchandise boasts the N.L.M.B (Never Leave My Brothers) movement, one meant to inspire and hold each other accountable, especially those in Chicago aspiring to a better life. The lyrics found in the collection are dedicated to those lost along his journey, showcasing a point of self-reflection for G Herbo.

Released approximately 3-years after G Herbo’s original Welcome To Fazoland mixtape, Welcome To Fazoland 1.5 is a 6-song EP featuring tracks recorded during the original Welcome To Fazoland session, along with newly recorded tracks: “Missin’ Em All” and “Drop Out”. Welcome to Fazoland 1.5 is available for streaming now. G Herbo just wrapped up a busy week at SXSW ’17 where he performed to a completely sold-out crowd at the Mass Appeal Presents: Live At The BBQ 2017 showcase, alongside A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Dave East, Denzel Curry and, headliner, Lil’ Wayne. Additional tour dates to come throughout April-May.

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