Using a deep voice that masked his youth when he began performing as a teenager, Lil Bibby is a rapper from Chicago. Blessed Brandon Dickinson, he surfaced from a youth that witnessed assault and drug cravings, channeling anger into large lyrics. Using a name that personal references fellow Chicagoan Kanye West’s melody “Split Music,” his first mixtape, Free of charge Crack, made an appearance in 2013. Vibe newspaper announced him a rapper to view, and Free Split II implemented a year afterwards, with Free Split III arriving in 2015. The mixtapes resulted in a record cope with RCA label Kemosabe Information, which released his initial studio record, FC3: The Epilogue, in past due 2015. For the time being, he made an appearance on several tracks by various other performers, including Lil Supplement, Yo Gotti, and Juicy J, whose melody “Low” landed over the Billboard R&B/hip-hop graph with featured areas by Lil Bibby, Nicki Minaj, and Teen Thug. With an evergrowing group of fans, Bibby’s “You Ain’t Gang” solo garnered seven-figure channels upon its discharge in the summertime of 2016.