Lil Durk brings it to the streets with his latest video.
Lil Durk has been delivering some of his most refined and concise pieces of work lately. Over the years, Durk's evolved into the artist he is today and has also consistently delivered music at the same rate as he did then. This year alone, he's dropped two solid projects. Back in February, he kicked off the year withLove Songs For The Streets and in August, he delivered the short collaborative EP with Lil Reese, Supa Vultures. Despite the amount he's dropped so far, he's still gearing up to drop more music. A few weeks back, he delivered the single "Make It Out" and now, he brings a visual treatment for the song.
"Make It Out" is one of Lil Durk's most introspective pieces of work to date. Durk gives an honest perspective on the gang violence that occurs in Chicago and the type of violence he's witnessed. He takes the song and brings it to life in the video. Durk is seen surrounded by his homies in the video while he pays a visit back to the streets. The video was directed by Jerry Production. He takes the video and adds a certain glare to it that makes it seem like a flashback. He took Durk's song and brought it to another height.
In addition to the release of his latest video, Lil Durk has also announced that he'd be releasing Signed To The Streets 2.5 this Friday prior to the release of Signed To The Streets 3. It was also announced recently that he'll also be dropping a collaborative project with Tee Grizzley. There's no official release date for it but it's definitely another project from Lil Durk to keep an eye out for.
Check out the announcement below: