The single comes from his album, "Signed to the Streets 3."
How does a man feel once he's fed up with an ungrateful woman? Just take a listen to Lil Durk's single "No Label" and you'll find out. The Chicago rapper returns to the hip hop art of storytelling for "No Label," listing off his grievances against a woman who he says made a romantic relationship impossible. In the accompanying visual, the music video shows a fighting couple on the brink of breaking up until finally, the man tells his girl to move out and move on.
The single comes from Lil Durk's 2018 project Signed to the Streets 3, the third installment of his five-year-long series. The 26-year-old artist is constantly grinding, working on new music, and recently when he sat down with DJ Booth, he said he "could never" feel burnt out. "It’s all about being a student to the game. It’s all about relationships and keeping going. If you keep going on your own, and you got that relationship as far as being a student to the game, listening to everybody and watching everybody’s interviews…This ain’t no competition. This’ll make you a better person."