Chief Keef and Lil Durk are working on their first collaboration in quite some time.
Chief Keef and Lil Durk were two of the most prominent rappers in the drill scene when it first started to get some coverage a few years back. Both landed deals, and each has remained consistent in their creative out put since, but the two have drifted apart since the days of collaborating and appearing in one another's videos.
It seems that whatever was getting between the two rappers has now been swept under the rug, as Durk has shared new footage that hints new music is coming from him and Sosa, and by the looks of it, it may end up on Durk's debut album, Remember My Name.
“GL-O-TF who ready #june2nd” reads the caption of a clip that finds Durk pouring lean in the studio, and listening to a brand new record with some unmistakably Keef-ian vocals present.
While Durk has already shared a tracklist that doesn't happen to feature Keef, we're sure arrangements could be made for a last minute addition.
Check out the clip below, and look out for the album June 2nd.