Herbert Wright (born October 8, 1995), better known by his stage name, Lil Herb, is an American hip hop recording artist from Chicago, Illinois. His debut mixtape, "Welcome To Fazoland," was met with critical acclaim. He has collaborated with major artists like Nicki Minaj, Chance The Rapper, and Common while creating his next project, "Ballin' Like I'm Kobe".
He grew up in Terror Town, a neighborhood within South Shore, Chicago known for its high levels of violence and gang activity. Growing up he was influenced by artists like Young Jeezy, Gucci Mane, Yo Gotti, Meek Mill, Lil Wayne, and Nas . He is close friends with fellow rapper Lil Bibby, with whom he has collaborated on numerous songs. Both artists are associated with the gang N.L.M.B., which was originally formed from the merger of No Limit, a renegade faction of the Almighty Black P. Stone Nation, and the Muskegon Boyz, a renegade faction of the Gangster Disciples, although the initials N.L.M.B. are also currently used by the gang to signify "Never Leave My Brothers," and "No Limit Muskegon Boys." Lil Herb, however, has stated that N.L.M.B. is a "brotherhood" rather than a gang.