Lil Durk News

 
  • Cover of Lil Durk Says He's On French Montana's Next Album
    Fans of Lil Durk and French Montana's "L's Anthem" remix, we've got some good news for you. It appears that the pair will be working together more in the future, as Durk has just revealed in an interview with Vlad TV. 
  • Cover of Emerging Chicago Rapper RondoNumbaNine Has Been Arrested For Murder
    As reported by the Chicago Tribune, 17-year-old emcee RondoNumbaNine, whose real name is Clint Massey, has been arrested on murder charges stemming from the fatal February shooting of dispatch driver Javan Boyd.
  • Cover of 140 Bars Or Less: Tweets Of The Week (March 1-7)
    Dissecting the foibles of the hip hop community as expressed in under 140 characters on Twitter. Not just used as a device to flood people's timelines with your new track, album, video, or clothing line, sometimes rappers truly channel the unfiltered interaction with fans.
  • Cover of Review: French Montana's "Coke Boys 4"
    In a way, Coke Boys 4 is exactly what was expected. Plenty of features, varied production, and a heavy supply of trunk bangers make this a typical French Montana project. This time around, OTF rapper Lil Durk was notably involved after recently joining forces with the Coke Boy family.
  • Cover of Lil Durk Says Def Jam Told Him Not To Drop His "Fuckery" Mixtape
    Lil Durk's Signed To The Streets mixtape is still going strong, and the Chicago drill-er also turned in a fair amount of memorable features on French Montana's Coke Boys 4 mixtape just last week.
  • Cover of Top Tracks Of The Week: Nov. 25- Dec. 1
    This feature highlights a hand-picked selection of some of the bigger tracks of the week. We have chosen a few of the tracks that landed within our top 25 most played, focusing on those that stood out, and left room for discussion. This edition features J.
  • Cover of Lil Durk Reveals New Mixtape Title, Artwork & Release Date
    After dropping the solid Signed To The Streets mixtape last month, Chicago's Lil Durk is already readying a new free project for the top of 2014. Fuckery, which will be hosted by DJ Pharris and DJ Holiday is set to drop January 5th, and will feature all new music from the rising rapper.
  • Cover of Lil Durk Reveals "Signed To The Streets" Artwork & Release Date [Update: Tracklist Revealed]
    After many delays, Signed To The Streets appears to be finally coming out. Durk has released some new official artwork for the tape, and has announced that it will be dropping October 10th.
  • Cover of Lil Durk Denies "Sneak Dissing" Chief Keef, Says He Could "Help" French Montana
    Lil Durk was just recently released from jail, and it seems as if he's once again hard at work on his upcoming mixtape, Signed To The Streets.
  • Cover of Lil Durk Released From Jail
    Last we heard from Lil Durk, he had been arrested right after inking a deal with French Montana's Coke Boys. Durk was arrested on gun charges, after being caught with a loaded .40 caliber.
  • Cover of Lil Durk Arrested On Weapons Charge [Update: Durk To Be Released June 19]
    Lil Durk recently signed a deal with French Montana's Coke Boys imprint, but his sucess in the rap game doesn't seem to have affected his tendency to get in trouble with the law.
  • Cover of Lil Durk Talks Signing With French Montana & His Upcoming "Signed To The Streets" Mixtape
    Lil Durk has been known to be a close affiliate to Chief Keef's Glory Boys, but last week he made a similar move to Keef, signing up with yet another crew.
  • Cover of French Montana Discusses His Amount Of Features & Signing Lil Durk
    French Montana finally dropped his much-delayed debut album, Excuse My French, yesterday. The rapper labeled the album a classic before it even hit shelves, leaving a lot for him to live up too.
  • Cover of French Montana Signs Lil Durk To Coke Boys
    French Montana is having a big day. Not only did he release his highly-anticipated debut album Excuse My French, but he also acquired a new rapper for his Coke Boys clique. 
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