Lil Durk’s major label debut album is finally out this year, as it arrives less than a month away. June 2nd marks the debut of Lil Durk’s Remember My Name and here he’s reunited with fellow Chicagoan Young Chop for “What Your Life Like.” Listen to the track after the jump.
Lil Durk’s debut album Remember My Name is set to drop May 12th via Def Jam. Durk has already shared “Get That Money” and “Different.” Now he’s teaming up with fellow Chicago neighbor (quite literally, the two grew up on the same street) Lil Reese for a freestyle over Big Sean’s “Blessings.” Get at it after the jump.
Lil Durk’s debut album Remember My Name is set to drop May 12th via Def Jam and he’s already shared “Get That Money” the first lead single from the forthcoming album. It features French Montana and Chris Brown. You can listen to it here. Now Durk is sharing another Remember My Name cut in “Different.” Listen to it after the jump.
Lil Durk has put out a steady stream of mixtapes over his short career, but the Chicago emcee is finally looking at a release date for his debut album. Remember My Name is set to drop May 12th via Def Jam and he’s sharing “Get That Money” the first lead single from the forthcoming album. It features French Montana and Chris Brown. Listen after the jump.
Lil Durk and Chief Keef were cool. Then they were beefing. And now it looks like things are cool again. That’s a good thing, I suppose. The two have teamed up for “Decline” which is also produced by Chiraq drill impresario Young Chop. Listen to “Decline” after the jump.
Chicago’s Lil Mouse is prepping the release of his forthcoming Mouse Trap 2 mixtape and to promote the release he has teamed up with fellow Chicago rapper Lil Durk for “U Mad.” The two locals have linked up several times in the past so “U Mad” serves as a sort of reunion for the two. Listen to “U Mad” after the jump.
Lil Durk has been dealing with some unfortunate legal issues stemming from a gun charge, but that isn’t stopping the Chicago rapper from dropping some heat this winter. Today he shares “I’m a Star” featuring Coke Boys head honcho French Montana. Listen after the jump.
Dej Loaf’s hit song “Try Me” has already been remixed by the likes of Wiz Khalifa and now Chiraq’s Lil Durk is jumping on the stellar DDS produced track. Lil Durk doesn’t do much as far as switching up his flow, instead mimicking Def Loaf’s slow and steady approach. This actually works in Durk’s advantage as the sedated flow allows the OTF spitter’s to come off loud and clear. Listen after the jump.
Ca$h Out dropped his debut album Let’s Get It last month and today he has shared a slightly modified version of “Juice” featuring Chicago’s Lil Durk. The track is produced by TM808 and South Side. After the jump.
Fredo Santana’s been keeping awfully quiet lately. But his new track “How You Want It” loudly breaks the silence. Produced by Hurtboy AG, “How You Want It” finds Fredo in his classic form: trappin’, trappin’, trappin’. Check out the track after the jump.
Lil Durk keeps on feeding the streets with banger after banger. Despite dropping Signed to the Streets 2 over the summer Durk hasn’t slowed down since then, releasing plenty of new material. After serving up “Shots Fired” he returns with “Jack Boys” featuring frequent collaborator and fellow OTF patron Lil Reese. The track is also produced by Young Chop. After the jump!
“I’m savage, my teacher always told me I ain’t average/ She said Lil Durk he’ll shoot I remind them of the Mavericks” Lil Durk professed on the first installment of his “52 Barz” series back in 2012. Now fast forward to 2014 where Durk brings to mind those aforementioned lyrics, snapping all over his new track “My Money”, dropping many notable, street wise lines and delivering a catchy hook, to boot. Oh, and the Migos are on the track, as well. Listen after the jump.
I think Lil Durk just shot me over this gothic track. Gucci is dodging federales while his young partner issues threat after threat. Standard street sh*t for the masses…who probably don’t want war like that. Check the track after the jump.
Lil Durk, the Chicago spitter getting into beef with Game, shouted out by his peers like Chance the Rapper, and bringing mixtape heat for the summer like Migos before him — thank him now. He’s a straight shooter in more ways than one, telling ChIraq bedtime stories for his intrigued listeners. Production mostly by Young Chop for the Drill Trill, but some highlight moments by other promising producers like Cardo and Dree the Drummer. Full stream after the jump.