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.
If I Could
Lil Durk is up to something. He’s been steadily releasing tracks recently, and “If I Could” might be the best one yet. The Chicago emcee gets extremely real on the track. Durk raps about the messed up things he experienced “as a kid growing up,” including police brutality, bringing guns into school, and seeing his father locked away for a 23 year sentence. C-Sick produced the dark beat. It features booming bass, a ghostly vocal sample and trap snares.
Lil Durk delivered his impressive 300 Days, 300 Nights mixtape to close out 2015, but he's already begun rolling out material in the new year. The rapper's new track, "With Me," arrives today, which finds Durk claiming OTF over Def Jam, looking back at his accomplishments over the last few years and realizing he did it all himself.
Chicc 4 Yo Chicc
Bricc Baby Feat. Lil Durk
26-year-old Bricc Baby shares “Chicc 4 Yo Chicc,” the first release from his upcoming tape Nasty Dealer 2, in an HNHH premiere. "Chicc 4 Yo Chicc" features Lil Durk and production from Dun Deal, who was recently featured in HNHH's Behind the Beat series. Lil Durk came up on Gucci Mane, so he has no trouble fitting in to the Atlantean sonic millieu established here by Dun Deal and young Bricc.
I Can't Wait (Remix)
Zuse Feat. Lil Durk
For his first release of 2016, Jamaican via ATL rapper, Zuse, decides to revisit his latest mixtape, Trapzuse, and give his record “I Cant Wait” the official remix treatment. Instead of Chip though, Zuse decides to recruit Chicago rapper Lil Durk for an additional verse, and it’s pretty mean.
Choppers N Gunz
Boosie Badazz Feat. Young Thug & Lil Durk
Two months into 2016, and Boosie has released two albums. This is after beating cancer in December. Today, he's got two huge remixes off his latest LP, Out My Feelings (In My Past). And he ain't slowing any time soon. We just shared the remix of "Real N*ggas," featuring Jeezy, and now we've got one with Young Thug and Lil Durk.
Red Cafe Feat. Lil Durk & Hypno Carlito
Red Cafe (who is apparently changing his name to The Dope God) is back with another new record today, teaming with Lil Durk and Hypno Carlito on "Illegal". The track is an auto-tune driven street anthem, and appears on Hypno Carlito's new mixtape Never Say Never.
Drugz In My Life
Lil Durk Feat. Ike Boy & Korn Capone
Following up last month’s 300 Days, 300 Nights mixtape, Lil Durk decides to come through and share his first offering of 2016 called “Drugz In My Life,” featuring Ike Boy & Korn Capone.
Bizzy Crook Feat. Lil Durk & Ye Ali
There’s always room for another party anthem, and Bizzy Crook has delivered with the upbeat single “Hood Celebration.” He grabbed Lil Durk and Ye Ali for the assist on the track. Lil Durk contributes a verse while Ye Ali handles hook duties.
Lil Durk Feat. Trae Tha Truth
Shortly after releasing his new mixtape, 300 Days, 300 Nights, Lil Durk is back with one more track to cap off his excellent year. "Da Fame" features Houston vet Trae tha Truth and is produced by Detroit's DDS, the primary producer for his significant other, Dej Loaf.
BJ The Chicago Kid Feat. Jeremih & Lil Durk
Back in August, BJ The Chicago Kid debuted a collaboration with Chance The Rapper and Buddy, "Church." The record juxtaposed the idea of partying/sinning with one's religious beliefs, and how to balance both. BJ sings on the hook, "she says she wanna drink, do drugs and have sex tonight, but I have church in the morning," followed by "hopefully we can go to heaven." It's an interesting concept, and not one we often see tackled wi
Lil Durk Feat. Meek Mill
After a couple setbacks, Lil Durk finally came through with the release of his new mixtape this evening called 300 Days, 300 Nights. Laced with 20 tracks, the follow up to his debut album, Remember My Name, features guest appearances from Meek Mill, Future, Dej Loaf, Young Dolph, and many more. Looking to highlight the project, here goes one of the standout cuts from it called “Spent Me” featuring MMG’s own Meek Mill. Take a listen to the C-Sick produced banger and let us know what you think.
Back on October 19, Lil Durk was supposed to release a new mixtape called 300 Days & 300 Nights in celebration of his 23rd birthday, but ultimately that didn’t happen.
Lil Durk & DeJ Loaf
Last month, Lil Durk basically confirmed the rumors that he and Detroit rapper Dej Loaf were an item, and the alleged couple's new single "My Beyoncé" is either a sincere declaration or a publicity stunt, but either way it's a hit. Durk is underrated as a singer, so it's great to hear him in full R&B-mode here, supplying a syrup-y hook that is sure to inspire hashtags throughout cuffing season (which we're pretty sure officially kicked off with this song).
DJ Bandz Feat. Lil Durk, Skippa Da Flippa & G Herbo
Many of the defining rappers on the Chicago drill scene came up listening to Gucci Mane and his ilk. The Chicago-ATL connection continues with "On Me," a Chop Squad DJ-produced banger that gets appearances from Lil Durk, Skippa Da Flippa and Lil Herb. Durk handles the hook, listing all the designer clothes he has on him, and takes the second verse, after Skippa and before Herbo. All three of them have extremely different styles, who went the hardest on this beat?
Like Me (Remix)
Lil Durk Feat. Jeremih, Lil Wayne & Fetty Wap
"Like Me" was the biggest hit off Lil Durk's debut album, Remember My Name, and the track has earned itself a massive remix. Durk recently teased a snippet of the remix on Instagram and now we've got the full version.