It's been just about two months since G Herbo dropped his Ballin Like I'm Kobe mixtape, and though the Laker great just announced his retirement, the rapper formerly known as Lil Herb comes through today with the deluxe release, complete with four bonus tracks. Herb had shared the Lil Durk-assisted "Ain't Right" previously but gives XXL the exclusive drop on "Countin' 100s" and "Waitin' For Nothin'".

Unlike present day Kobe, Herb is spry and on-point here, illustrating his come up on "Waitin' For Nothin'" with raps like, "Soon as I turned 13, trouble with the cops/soon as I turned 14, started seeing glocks" and "I left that life behind me, but best believe that I'm still grimey/East side of Chicago where you find me." Listen to both new tunes below.

The Ballin Like I'm Kobe deluxe edition is available on iTunes now. If you have already, check out his video for "Peace of Mind," which dropped last weekend.