Lil Durk Videos

  • Lil Durk Feat. Carlito "Don't I" Video
    Lil Durk Feat. Carlito "Don't I" Video
    LIl Durk's debut album, Remeber My Name, is quickly approaching its June 2nd release date, and today he shares a video for a track that won't appear on the project. It's called "Don't I," features Carlito and was produced by drill stalwart Young Chop. Check out the visuals above.
  • Lil Durk Freestyles On Sway In The Morning
    Lil Durk Freestyles On Sway In The Morning
    Lil Durk is best known for his auto-tuned croons, but don't think he can't transform into a mini-Meek Mill anytime he wants to. The Chicago drill rapper stopped by Sway this week, dropping a freestyle before he took off, proving that he can spit with the best of them. 
  • Lil Durk's "Wherever I Go" Tour (Pt. 1)
    Lil Durk's "Wherever I Go" Tour (Pt. 1)
    To promote his recently-released Signed To The Streets 2 mixtape and upcoming debut album Remember My Name, Lil Durk has been out on the road for past few months in part of his headlining tour “Wherever I Go”. Acting as part one of three, watch as Durk gives cameras an inside look into what really goes on the road and backstage. The Chicago rapper tells Fader, who will be premiering these clips,
  • Lil Durk Feat. Jeremih "Like Me" Video
    Lil Durk Feat. Jeremih "Like Me" Video
    Released at the end of March, Lil Durk and Jeremih's "Like Me" succeeded in drumming up a ton of hype for the former's upcoming album Remember My Name, and now a video has arrived. Watch both Chicago artists in the clip above. The track, produced by the dream team of Boi-1da and Vinylz, is one of Durk's poppiest jams yet, and even without the Jeremih hook, would have the potential to be one of his biggest hits yet. Add in the veteran crooner, though, and "Like Me" gives Durk more crossover appeal than he's ever had. 
  • Skippa Da Flippa Feat. Lil Durk "Real Street Nigga" Video
    Skippa Da Flippa Feat. Lil Durk "Real Street Nigga" Video
    The only non-Migos feature on Skippa Da Flippa's recent tape I'm Havin came from Lil Durk on the menacing track "Real Street Nigga." Today, the song's respective delegations from Chicago and Atlanta link up for a video. Over a spacious beat by frequent QC collaborator Deko, Skippa compares himself to Robert Horry, warns us about "sneaky snakes" and questions your knowledge of the Bible: "Have you read through Hebrews?"
  • Lil Durk Talks "Remember My Name" Album, Chief Keef, & More
    Lil Durk Talks "Remember My Name" Album, Chief Keef, & More
    Lil Durk is currently out on the road for his "Everywhere I Go" tour, which will be coming to an end here in a few weeks on March 7th in Delaware. However, during a recent stop in Phill, Durk caught up with HHS1987 and conducted an informative interview for fans to check out.
  • Lil Durk Feat. Migos & Ca$h Out "Lil Niggaz" Video
    Lil Durk Feat. Migos & Ca$h Out "Lil Niggaz" Video
    Along with two new tracks from Migos' forthcoming commercial debut, one of the things they previewed on Instagram last week was Lil Durk's "Lil Niggaz" video. Today, it has arrived in its complete form.  With Migos and Ca$h Out filling the guest roles, the video begins with Lil Durk taking over the mic for two and a half minutes before giving his guests some shine. The Signed To The Streets 2 cut is given fittingly dark visuals, with all of the MCs delivering their bars in front of a brick wall. 
  • Lil Durk Feat. Migos & Cash Out  "Lil Niggaz" Video
    Lil Durk Feat. Migos & Cash Out "Lil Niggaz" Video
    Lil Durk's Signed To The Streets 2 dropped last year, and it further proved Durk as an ambassador for Chicago's drill scene. On "Lil Niggaz", one of the highlights from the tape, he teamed with some friends out of Atlanta, demonstrating his reach out of Chi, and making for a natural collaboration between Migos and Ca$h Out, two of the region's biggest hitmakers.
  • Lil Durk "I Made It" Video
    Lil Durk "I Made It" Video
    While things were looking good at the end of 2013, Lil Durk unfortunately didn't get to release his Def Jam debut this year. Instead, we got Signed To The Streets 2, which much like it's predecessor played exactly like an album.
  • Lil Durk "Big 'Ol Nigga" Video
    Lil Durk "Big 'Ol Nigga" Video
    After dropping the lead single from his upcoming debut album just over a month ago, Lil Durk returns to our front page with the official visuals for the record. Choosing the simple yet effective approach, the director lets our star perform directly toward the camera while surrounding by women in what's presumably his home. Not much flash here, but it get's the job done. Check out "Big 'Ol Nigga" above and let us know if you're feeling it in the comment section. Remember My Name is hitting stores sometime in 2015. Stay tuned as we continue to cover the rollout
  • Lil Durk "Big Ol Nigga" Video
    Lil Durk "Big Ol Nigga" Video
    Is "Big Ol Nigga" ("B.O.N." on YouTube) the first single from Lil Durk's upcoming debut album? The catchy, minimal drill track is one of the best we've heard from him in 2014, and as we don't yet know where it will end up, its quality leads us to speculate that it'll be on the rapper's first commercial release. Today, a video has arrived.
  • Lil Durk "Remember My Name" Episode 1
    Lil Durk "Remember My Name" Episode 1
    Coke Boy signee and Chicago native Lil Durk is prepping his long-awaited debut album, Remember My Name, and in hopes of making you remember it, he's kicking off a web series which documents the entire album process. The first instalment in his "Remember My Name" series, we see Durk spit in the booth, and he also answers a few questions about whether or not he does drugs, and being in the streets, he also speaks on producers on the LP (Young Chop, Metro Boomin') and more.
  • Young Chop Feat. Lil Durk "Murder Team" Video
    Young Chop Feat. Lil Durk "Murder Team" Video
    Prolific Chicago beatmaker Young Chop released Still, his debut album, last month, bringing together collaborators such as Chief Keef, Fat Trel, Lil Herb, Johnny May Cash, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Reese and Lil Durk. That last guy guested on a particularly chilling cut called "Murder Team," and today it's gotten a fittingly cold-hearted video.
  • Omelly Feat. Lil Durk "What You Sayin" Video
    Omelly Feat. Lil Durk "What You Sayin" Video
    Timing can really be a bitch sometimes. Just a day after Lil Durk was arrested on his latest weapons charge, a video that has him pantomiming weaponry and rapping about "choppers" drops.
  • Jordan Hollywood Feat. Yo Gotti, Lil Durk & Tory Lanez "10 Shots" Video
    Jordan Hollywood Feat. Yo Gotti, Lil Durk & Tory Lanez "10 Shots" Video
    It's been a minute since we last heard from Jordan Hollywood, but today he’s making a strong return to HNHH. Calling on Yo Gotti, Lil Durk, & Tory Lanez, Jordan comes through and delivers a new song/video called “10 Shots”. Directed by Snapback Films, the video is made up of some sexy, half-naked women, fancy whips, and strong imagery of Jordan's raps. It may not entirely be a NSFW visual, but it’s awfully close to that label with the assets shown in this one. As for the track itself, the banging production is handled by The Mekanics.
  • Chinx Drugz Feat. Lil Durk & Zack "Gone Lie" Video
    Chinx Drugz Feat. Lil Durk & Zack "Gone Lie" Video
    Chinx is next in line in the Coke Boys hierarchy, and while he's yet to break through on the level of French Montana, he’s definitely on the right track as of late. Following the release of his Bobby Shmurda & Rowdy Rebel-assisted street banger “Bodies”.
  • Lil Durk "Try Me (Remix)" Video
    Lil Durk "Try Me (Remix)" Video
    DeJ Loaf's breakout track, "Try Me," is a hard street track that's ambient, includes sing-songy rapping and is surprisingly tranquil -- kinda sounds like we're describing a Lil Durk track, eh? That's why it came as no surprise when Durk hopped on the track a few days back. Now, his version has a video.
  • Lil Durk "Gas & Mud" Video
    Lil Durk "Gas & Mud" Video
    Lil Durk's big summer mixtape, Signed To The Streets 2, mostly found the "sangin' ass rapper" talking about everything he's gained since breaking through in 2013. While tracks like "Picture Perfect" focused more on the foreign cars, not-having-to-eat-public-school-food side of things, "Gas & Mud" found Durk reveling in the chemical delights that oftentimes accompany hip-hop stardom. Now it's gotten a video.
  • Lil Durk "Ain't Did Shit" Video
    Lil Durk "Ain't Did Shit" Video
    Lil Durk's July release, Signed To The Streets 2, was full of ig'nant bangers, but "Ain't Did Shit" might be the best and most ig'nant of all of them. Today, the track gets visuals from Chicago mainstay Zae.
  • Lil Durk On "106 & Park"
    Lil Durk On "106 & Park"
    Since arriving on the scene a few years back, Chicago MC/singer Lil Durk has had a crazy ride. He describes it best on a recent Signed To The Streets 2 cut entitled "Picture Perfect," where a lifestyle of foreign cars, fly attire and bad females swirl around the young artist. While in New York recently, Durk showed up to "106 & Park" to talk about his meteoric rise to fame. The hosts grill him about his supposed crush on Teyana Taylor, as well as his feelings on making the 2014 XXL Freshman class, both of which Durk discusses with visible happiness.
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