Chicago rapper Lil Bibby is really on the comeback trail. The hip-hop entertainer has confirmed he’s making a mighty return to the music biz spotlight and explained the reason behind making solo tunes again.
Lil Bibby Gives Real Reason For Chi Return
Bibby went to Twitter to keep things 100 on why he wants to head back to the Chi. LB blamed the Los Angeles lifestyle as something he’s ready to get away from.
“Chicago I’m coming back! This LA sh*t ain’t it. Feel like I’m losing my soul out here” -Lil Bibby’s Twitter
Lil Bibby Ends Retirement
This week, Bibby went to his Twitter page to break massive retirement-ending news. LB said he would soon come back to the Chi and officially get back to his hip-hop career.
“I’m moving back to Chicago and I’m coming out of retirement in 30 days” -Lil Bibby’s Twitter
Back in January 2014, Bibby shocked fans after suggesting he would hang up the microphone for good. Bibbs spoke on plans to fall back from music-making.
“F**k that s**t, man. That’s all I got man. This my last one, I’m retiring man,” the “Free Crack” rapper said. It is not certain whether Bibby was joking or being serious, but nevertheless, the “Water” rapper repped the Chi well from a lyrical standpoint as he proceeded to go off the dome. Bibby’s second rhyme, however, will appear on a new song. (Kollege Kidd)
Success In Retirement
As a record label head, Bibby experienced ample success notably after signing late protégé Juice Wrld. He previously talked about transitioning from hip-hop artist to executive status.
“I really don’t know. I like to make people a lot of money. I got enough knowledge and I’ve studied this rap stuff and I got enough relationships to help an artist, help his family [and] I get a kick out of it ’cause I see how the label does it and my situation. I feel like just helping people. … My company is called Grade A Productions. I’m working with Juice Wrld, of course that’s going well. I signed this other kid named The Kid Laroi from Australia and I signed this other guy from Alabama named Clever and this other guy from Ohio named Seezyn. So, I kinda have a lot on my plate.” (XXL Mag)