The classic Disney character gets the trap treatment.
Lil Durk has been on a roll. On August 11th, the Chicago rapper released his six-track Supa Vultures EP co-created with Lil Reese, which featured the young rhymers complementing each other’s styles while hyping one another up. This morning, Durk dropped off the Don Cannon and Koji the Bandit-produced “No Fear”. This afternoon, he followed that up with the Southside-produced “Goofy” featuring Future and Jeezy.
The Atlanta features are fitting given Durk’s voluminous output, and the song’s aesthetic. “Goofy” is drenched in trap and drill vibes thanks to Southside’s unmistakable production coupled with Future’s staple woozy flow on the hook. Durk and Jeezy interject with their own verses talking about why they don’t mess with “goofy” people, only the family is involved, as well as their enviable wealth and the lifestyle that affords.
Take a listen to Durk and Reese’s Supra Vultures EP, and stream Durk’s latest offering below: