Lil Herb and Lil Bibby take it back to the '80s on their latest collaboration "At Night," which also serves as an unreleased record from the two Chicago teens. Produced by Who Did That Hit, the direction of the song borrows heavily from Canadian singer Corey Hart's 1983 synth anthem "Sunglasses at Night." Instead of sunglasses, the Herb and Bibby brandish guns when the night falls, because no one's safe in the streets. However, it's clear their rhymes are just as deadly here.

Lil Herb released his new mixtape Welcome to Fazoland in February, while Bibby dropped Free Crack last month.

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