Lil Durk Feat. DeJ Loaf "My Beyoncé" Video
Lil Durk Feat. DeJ Loaf
Since Lil Durk gave us the only "Try Me" remix we needed, we knew he and Dej Loaf were a match made in heaven. While they've been hinting that they were more than just friends for a minute now, the two made things extra official when they released "My Beyoncé," one of the best rap ballads since Future was still singing love songs.
Lil Durk "Ride 4 Me" Video
Lil Durk dropped off a music video for "Gunz And Money" mid-December, off his recent mixtape 300 Days, 300 Nights. The Chicago rapper kicks off a new year by returning to the mixtape for another visual treatment, this time for his auto-tuned ballad "Ride 4 Me."
Lil Durk "Gunz And Money" Video
Before he drops off 300 Days, 300 Nights tonight Lil Durk shares one last visual: "Gunz And Money." Directed by Rio P, the visual features Durk and his squad getting loose a party, in the dark. Produced by C-Sick, the track harkens back to Durk's I'm Still a Hitta days.
Watch Lil Durk & DeJ Loaf Kiss On Stage
Lil Durk Feat. DeJ Loaf
Lil Durk and DeJ Loaf have supposedly been coupled up for a minute now, with the two posting photos together on Instagram where they look pretty cozy, however we've yet to see any full-on PDA until now. Are they gunning for the same status of Meek Mill/Nicki Minaj? The Chicago and Detroit natives went in for a kiss while at the BET 106 & Party event last night, letting the whole crowd get a peep. Right now we just have this super shitty video footage, and an equally shitty photo, as seen below. Take a look. Are you a fan of this hip-hop pairing?
Lil Durk "Remember" Video
Lil Durk returns to his debut album for another visual, this time for "Remember" directed by Joe Moore Productions. This follows up music videos for "500 Homicides" and "Higher."
Lil Durk "500 Homicides" Video
Lil Durk finally dropped his debut album, Remember My Name, earlier this year, and "500 Homicides" was one of the project's highlights. Reminiscent of Durk's breakthrough, "Dis Ain't What You Want," the track attached social commentary about the violence in Chicago to its message, and the video takes the concept further, with a TV report revealing that there have been 500 homicides over the last year in Chicago.
Lil Durk "Higher" Video
A week after inviting Jeremih, Lil Wayne, & Fetty Wap to hop on his remix to Remember My Name hit record "Like Me," Lil Durk returns with a visual for album standout "Higher."
Lil Reese Feat. Lil Durk "Myself" Video
Lil Reese Feat. Lil Durk
Lil Reese and Lil Durk, two of Chicago's finest young rappers, teamed up on "Myself" back in May, and now they've given us the video. Durk lays down the catchy hook on the street-hot track while Reese rattles off some razor-sharp bars. The track is all about how each rapper rides solo, as they can't trust anyone, though, in the new video, they both bring out their respective crews.
Lil Durk Previews "Like Me" Remix Ft. Lil Wayne & Fetty Wap
We may have considered Lil Durk's debut album, Remember My Name, a little bit of a letdown, but its single, the Jeremih-assisted "Like Me," was a definite bright spot. That's why we're very excited to hear about an upcoming all-star remix to the song.
Zona Man Feat. Future, Lil Durk "Mean To Me" Video
Zona Man Feat. Future & Lil Durk
After giving us a behind the scenes look last week, Chicago’s Zona Man decides to finally release the official video to his breakout single “Mean To Me,” featuring Future & Lil Durk.
Zona Man Feat. Future, Lil Durk "Mean To Me" BTS Video
Zona Man Feat. Future & Lil Durk
After catching our attention with his Future and Lil Durk-featuring track "Mean To Me" a few weeks back, Chicago's Zona Man dropped off his No Advance tape today, giving us a much more in-depth look into his life. In addition to the dope new project, he's premiering a behind the scenes look at the "Mean To Me" video with us today.
Lil Durk "Lord Don't Make Me Do It" Video
Lil Durk finally released his debut album, Remember My Name, earlier this year, and while the Jeremih-assisted "Like Me" got some radio play, the rapper is still looking for a strong follow-up single. The creeping FKi-produced "Lord Don't Make Me Do It," seems like it could serve that purpose.
Lil Durk "Remember My Name" Video
In April, we got the video to Lil Durk's "Like Me," with Jeremih, and on the day of the release of his debut album, Remember My Name, the Chicago rapper gave us the visual to "What Your Life Like." Today, he's given us the video to the album's title track, which was only featured on the deluxe
Lil Durk On Hot 97
Lil Durk was in NYC on the day of his album release, Remember My Name. The rapper capped off his album release date with a show at night, but he started the day with an interview over at Hot 97 with Ebro, Laura Stylez and Peter Rosenberg. Durk talks about his mixtape run leading up to his album release, and his family life (he has three children between the ages of 2-3). They also talk about his new album, his relationship with DeJ Loaf, Chicago's drill scene and more. You can grab Remember My Name on iTunes.
Lil Durk Reveals He Has Collaboration With Chance The Rapper In The Stash
Lil Durk's debut album, Remember My Name, is finally out today. When the rapper first revealed the tracklist, it was noticeably light on features, calling upon DMV rapper Logic, Jeremih and Hypno Carlito. Obviously, Durk was not too worried about attaching big names to his album, and more focused on bringing a different side than what we saw/heard during his mixtape run.
Lil Durk "What Your Life Like" Video
The penultimate track on the standard edition of Lil Durk's new album Remember My Name is a Young Chop-produced track called "What Your Life Like," and today, it's gotten a video.
Lil Durk Feat. Carlito "Don't I" Video
Lil Durk Feat. Carlito
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 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)
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
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.