Lil Durk Feat. YFN Lucci
YFN Lucci's "Key To The Streets" became the Atlanta rapper's first nationwide hit this year, and as a result, he's showing up as a feature more and more, most recently on Lil Durk's They Forgot mixtape. Sharing a melancholic auto-tuned croon with Durk, the two are a complimentary team on "Rich Forever." Despite its title, Durk's mixtape deep cut isn't exactly a celebration, but more of a documentation of his escape from the street life, as Durk expresses on the chorus, "we really, really, really came from nothing."
Lil Durk Feat. Meek Mill
Over the past few weeks, Lil Durk has been teasing fans of his upcoming mixtape They Forgot, which has seen leaks like “Baller” & “Shooter2X” with 21 Savage drop recently, but on Friday night the Chicago rapper decided to it was time to release the full thing. Laced with 14 tracks in total, the follow up to Durk2X features guest appearances from Meek Mill, 21 Savage, Lil Reese, BJ The Chicago Kid, Dej Loaf & more.
Lil Durk Feat. 21 Savage
Lil Durk released one of 2016's most underrated projects with Lil Durk 2x. Before the year's end, he's planning on releasing another project titled They Forgot, and today has shared a new collaboration with 21 Savage from the impending tape. "Shooter2x" is as heavy as they come, featuring a pounding beat and some menacing, out-of-focus synths. Durk supplies the melodic, but very aggressive hook, while 21 comes through with a verse in his signature croak.
In the past few weeks, Lil Durk has released two politically-charged tracks -- first "Eyes," a heartfelt collaboration with Talib Kweli and James Fauntleroy that was put together for charity, and then "See Me Down," a painful but ultimately inspirational song that found him effectively paired with Jadakiss.
See Me Down
Lil Durk Feat. Jadakiss
Lil Durk just surprised us with a collab featuring Talib Kweli and James Fauntleroy, and today he's teamed with Jadakiss for the politically-charged "See Me Down." The fact that the track was released on election day seems like no accident, as Durk criticizes Donald Trump, rapping "If I call it how I see it / they say I'm racist / let's face it / if Donald Trump win the spot then we back to the basics."
Lil Durk Feat. James Fauntleroy & Talib Kweli
Lil Durk, James Fauntleroy, Talib Kweli and 1500 Or Nothin have come together in the name of charity. The four acts share "EYES" today, a collaboration in partnership with We Can Do This Together, a non-profit "focused on unifying and uplifting one another, through the use of relevant, effective and entertaining mediums. Our focus has no geographic, ethnic or social boundaries. We simply wish to help our world in any realm we can do so effectively."
Perky's Calling (Remix)
Today Lil Durk has announced a new set of tour dates in support of his last album, Lil Durk 2x, which dropped back in July. He's prepared to be on the road for most of the fall and leading into winter. In order to let the tour dates make more of an impact, he's giving fans a new remix of Future's "Perky's Calling" alongside the date.
Lil Durk Feat. YFN Lucci
Lil Durk has returned "Rich Forever," his first new track since releasing his sophomore album, LilDurk2x, in July. "Rich Forever" features one of the hottest talents in Atlanta in YFN Lucci, whose prowess on the hooks has been especially impressive in the recent stages of his young career. Durk's no slouch with his hook game, either, as evidenced by his efforts on "Rich Forever," on which he translates pain into triumph ("I just lost my n*gga this summer / First hundred thou like look at this money").
That Bag (Remix)
Rich The Kid Feat. Lil Durk
Rich the Kid is getting ready to release two mixtapes this month -- Streets On Lock 5 on September 16th and Keep Flexing on September 21st.
Stay On It
Tink Feat. Lil Durk
This morning, Tink delivered her Winter's Diary 4 mixtape. It's a mixtape series the Chicago MC has been cultivating since 2012, and it's done her well, leading to a deal with Epic under Timbaland's Mosley Music Group.
Hated On Me
Lil Durk Feat. Future
Lil Durk is getting ready to release his new album on Friday called Lil Durk 2X, which will feature guest appearances from Yo Gotti, Kid Ink, Ty Dolla Sign, Future, Dej Loaf, and more. Available now for pre-order on iTunes, those of you who take advantage of the early purchase will receive this new Future-assisted record, “Hated On Me,” for free as an instant download.
Get It Out The Trenches
Lil Bibby Feat. Lil Durk
In similar fashion as Migos & Gucci Mane’s new collab “Now,” there’s another exclusive leak off Digital Trapstars’ new Screens On Lock 3 mixtape that hasn’t been heard yet, and that being from Chicago’s own Lil Bibby & Lil Durk called “Get It Out The Trenches.” Produced by DJ L, take a listen to the hard-hittin street cut and let us know what you think. Durk’s long awaited 2X mixtape is set to drop July 22. Be sure to check back next week for its release.
Lil Durk Feat. Yo Gotti
Def Jam signee Lil Durk is gearing up for his sophomore album, a self-titled (kinda) effort, Lil Durk2x. Earlier in the month Durk shared the cover art and tracklist, and he's since followed those things up with a couple of collaborations.
True Or False
Lil Durk Feat. DeJ Loaf
Lil Durk is in the process of jettisoning all the songs that didn't make the cut for his upcoming album LilDurk2x. Less than 24 hours after releasing "True," Lil Durk liberates another track, "True or False" feat. DeJ Loaf.
On June 24, Lil Durk will release the follow up to last year’s Remember My Name album called 2x, featuring guest appearances from Young Thug, Ty Dolla $ign, Future, Yo Gotti, Dej Loaf, and Kid Ink.
She Just Wanna
Lil Durk Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
Lil Durk continues to roll out new music ahead of his upcoming Lildurk2x project. Last week, the OTF rapper linked up with ATL’s Peewee Longway for “Want The Money,” and now today he’s back with T.G.O.D.’s Ty Dolla Sign for another new release called “She Just Wanna.”
Want The Money
Lil Durk Feat. Peewee Longway
On Tuesday, Chicago’s DJ Bandz released a new mixtape called ChiLanta 2, which was hosted by fellow Chi-town rapper Lil Durk. And on that tape was a never-before-heard record from the OTF rapper called “Want The Money” featuring ATL’s PeeWee Longway. Bringing the title to life, Durk & PeeWee unite their two cities and rap about wanting the cash in this menacing street cut. Take a listen and let us know what you think.
Lil Durk has been especially active approaching the imminent release of his LilDurk2x mixtape. After dropping a collab with Thug and Dolph as well as another with Kid Ink, Durk is back with a hard-hitting solo track, "Shoot Sum," produced by Chop Squad DJ.
Lil Durk Feat. Kid Ink
With Lil Durk's LilDurk2X mixtape only a couple weeks away, the Chicago artist unveils a new collaboration with Kid Ink called "Good Good." Durk and Ink are both in casual relationships with females in possession of that "good good." It just keeps 'em coming back... "Good Good" is under two minutes in length, plenty of time for them to pay homage to that "good good."
Lil Durk Feat. Young Dolph & Young Thug
"Waffle House" was one of the strongest tracks on LiL Durk's underrated project, 300 Days, 300 Nights, and today, it gets just that much better. On top of Dolph's presence, Young Thug has now been added to the mix, and we have to say, he's a great match for C-Sick's creeping production. The song has also been retitled "Trap House," which isn't quite as special as its previous name, but if it's a trade off for the addition of Thugger, we're all for it.