Blueface and G Herbo have become some of the most recognizable voices to break out of their cities in the past decade. With the “Thotiana” rapper representing the West Coast and Herbo holding it down for Chi-Town, the pair collided on a hybrid “Mid-West Coast” banger in “Street Signs” Friday (April 15).
“Street Signs” is a clash of seemingly two different sonic worlds, as both artists bring their distinctively unique flows that make for an extremely entertaining track. Although “Street Signs” sits at just under two minutes long, the song is filled with passion and aggression with both artists refusing to hold back — letting loose over the catchy instrumental.
I was in my block, gang ways, all street signs (Word)
Ain’t nobody good, fuck the opps, no peace signs
I’m with Blueface on the West but I’m from the Eastside
I ain’t ‘posed to have this bitch, fuck it though, I came byG Herbo and Blueface – “Street Signs”
“Street Signs” also comes with an accompanying visual that is just as entertaining as the track — if not more. Fans find Herbo and Blueface kicking it around a plethora of expensive cars and women, as flashing lights and a variety of different shots, quick transitions and other VFX make for a eye-catching complementary asset.
Despite differing musical styles, fans love to hear great acts come together for truly special art. This is what makes this “Street Signs” a moment for both rappers, as Blueface and G Herbo are unapologetically themselves — melding their styles seamlessly for both their bases.
Merging into each other’s lanes, “Street Signs” is simply a collaboration fans didn’t know they needed.
Stream “Street Signs” below!