Lil Durk Songs

  • Gang
    Gang
    Even though Rowdy Rebel remains behind bars, new content of his continues to find its way online. Tonight, producer New Yung City decided to come through and liberate this new track with Rowdy Rebel and Lil Durk titled “Gang”.
  • Ring Ring
    Ring Ring
    Hot off the success of his third studio album, Full Speed, Kid Ink is back in the studio, and his latest track, "Ring Ring," finds the L.A. rapper alongside three exciting young talents. Over a predictably banging beat from Will A Fool, Kid Ink is joined by Lil Durk, Bricc Baby Shitro, and Lil Reese. 
  • What Your Life Like
    What Your Life Like
    After a year of anticipation, Lil Durk’s debut album, Remember My Name, will finally be arriving on June 2.
  • 5 Mo
    5 Mo
    French Montana's new mixtape, Casino Life 2: Brown Bag Legend, is stacked with features.
  • Pressure
    Pressure
    Since being adopted as the motto of the LAPD, "To protect and serve" has been used by many other police departments around the country. Lately, many have questioned the accuracy of that statement, especially after six cops have been charged in a homicide case. Lil Uzi Vert and Lil Durk's new song "Pressure" asks just that: "How they gon' serve and protect us?"
  • Shit Lit
    Shit Lit
    OP is a Brooklyn rapper who's worked with Bobby Shmurda and Fetty Wap, though it's fitting his latest track features Chicago's Lil Durk. "Shit Lit" is pure Chicago drill, with a monstrous beat and ultra-aggressive lyrics, including continuous quick-fire repetitions of the phrase "Shit Lit". 
  • Faneto (Remix)
    Faneto (Remix)
    DJ Pharris decided to shed some light on the Windy City tonight and release this new monster remix to Chief Keef’s “Faneto” record, featuring fellow Chicagoan’s Lil Bibby, Lil Herb, King Louie, and Lil Durk.
  • Faneto (Remix)
    Faneto (Remix)
    Lil Durk’s debut album, Remember My Name, may be arriving May 12th, but that hasn’t stopped the Chicago rapper from putting out loose tracks in the meantime. After hitting us with a remix to Big Sean’s “Blessings” last weekend, Durk decides to return today with another freestyle over Chief Keef’s-self produced cut “Faneto”.
  • Like Me
    Like Me
    On "Like Me", Lil Durk brings along fellow Chi-man Jeremih for a track that's too hard for R&B, too sexy for rap. In the end, who really cares? Chicago is brimming with young talent, but for the lead single to Durk's major label debut with Def Jam, he calls upon one of the most seasoned hook-men in the game; though, mind you, Jeremih is only 27, and few younger than him have comparable chops (or libidos). 
  • Blessed (Remix)
    Blessed (Remix)
    Lil Durk's debut album Remember My Name is scheduled to drop May 12. But that isn't stopping him from putting out loose tracks in the meantime. On Friday he dropped "Different" and Sunday morning he dropped "Blessed (Remix)" with fellow 3Hunna rapper Lil Reese.
  • Different
    Different
    Lil Durk is still waiting to get the green light for his Def Jam debut, but it has limited his free output. "Different" is the latest in many loose tracks the Chicago rapper has released since last year's Signed To The Streets 2, and he's stuck faithfully to his melodic form of drill throughout.
  • Get That Money (Tags)
    Get That Money (Tags)
    Lil Durk is finally ready to share his debut album, Remember My Name, with the rest of the world. Due out May 12, the album is being led by this new single called “Get That Money” featuring Chris Brown and French Montana.
  • Purge
    Purge
    Lil Durk was among the handful of Chicago rappers scooped up by major labels a couple years back, and much like his peers, he's still waiting to release his debut album. Chief Keef has proven that perhaps drill rappers are better off going the independent route, but then again, Durk (at least at this point) has more radio potential than Sosa.As we await the release of Remember My Name, Lil Durk has released a new loosie to tide us over. The Ike Boy-assisted record finds Durk at his best, wailing through a sea of auto-tune with a banging beat behind him.
  • Decline
    Decline
    The one-time rivals Chief Keef and Lil Durk come together for the Young Chop/CBMix produced "Decline".
  • Welcome To Chicago
    Welcome To Chicago
    Lil Durk is off to quite the start in 2015. After dropping off “Rollin N Leanin” & “Lil Niggaz” recently, the Chicago rapper is impacting our front page once again on a new posse cut called “Welcome To Chicago” featuring many of his fellow OTF members, including Boss Top, JB Bin Laden, Prince Dre, Lil Varney and Edai.
  • Figi Shots (Tags)
    Figi Shots (Tags)
    About a month out from the arrests of Bobby Shmurda, Rowdy Rebel and several other members of GS9, it looks like the crew was gearing up to promote Rebel's solo career in the months leading up to their untimely run-in with police.
  • Rollin & Leanin
    Rollin & Leanin
    Lil Durk warned us that 2015 was going to be his year, and so far he’s off to the right start. Following last week’s remix to “What You Do To Me” with Dej Loaf, we get another new Lil Durk track that surfaced today called “Rollin & Leanin” featuring Broadway.
  • What You Do To Me (Remix)
    What You Do To Me (Remix)
    Included on his Signed To The Streets 2 tape from last summer, Lil Durk's "What You Do To Me" was an uncharacteristically romantic track from the "Dis Ain't What You Want" rapper. Now, he's shared an official remix that features DeJ Loaf playing the role of love interest in this veritable rom-com of a drill track.
  • Broke No Mo
    Broke No Mo
    Lil Durk can break into a Meek Mill-like clip when he wants to, but he's made his name off of his world-weary croon, and "Broke No Mo" finds him stretching his vocals out with some cave-like delay. The result is a stacking effect that isn't unlike something The-Dream might pull off, but Durk's voice is all his own.
  • I Like
    I Like
    While the drill scene got it's peak mainstream attention in 2012, it's continued to grow and flourish since that time. While Keef continued to get weirder, Lil Durk rose to the occasion, and became the most likely contender for crossover success. Meanwhile, Katie Got Bandz continued to pump out music, collecting some radio and club records, particularly the King Louie-assisted "Pop Out", which pushed her into the A-list of Chicago's street rap roster.
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