Tag: Lil Durk
As you know, Durk’s Def Jam debut, Remember My Name, is due out on June 2nd — just a couple of weeks away. But one person who is absent from the leaked track list is his Coke Boys mentor, French Montana. It might have piqued your interest, but Durk discusses French’s absence, and hints at a few huge collaborations that will serves as official remixes in the future.
From hooping at Rucker Park to appearing on Kid Ink’s new joint, Durk’s everywhere right now. The latest place that Durk pops up is on this previously unreleased joint from Rowdy Rebel, which the two spitters reportedly recorded sometime last summer.
This joint marks the second time we’ve heard Rowdy and Durk connect for a record, with “Figi Shots” being the first. Enough from me — check out “Gang,” produced by New Yung City, below.
Produced by Will-A-Fool.
For the first drop from the upcoming Alumni mixtape helmed by DJ Ill Will, Kid Ink grabs Bricc Baby Shitro, Lil Reese and Lil Durk to assist on “Ring Ring.”
Kid Ink, Shitty Montana, Reese Money and Durk on the same track? Kid Ink snapped with this one. I’m not too sure when the Alumni mixtape is set to officially impact, but you can definitely keep this joint in rotation until it does — I know I will.
Listen to and download “Ring Ring” below.
Who knew Lil Durk was a hooper? I didn’t, but based on Chicago’s rich history with basketball it comes as no surprise. On a recent trip to NYC for his current Remember My Name promo run, he took some time out of his busy schedule to shoot some hoops at the infamous Rucker Park with his manager and some fans. Randomly enough, TMZ was on hand to capture the moment. Wow.
Durk also tells TMZ that he plans to put together a team to compete during the summer league. I know for a fact he won’t be recruiting me. Anyhoo, check out his skills up top.
Preorder Remember My Name here.
Produced by Young Chop. Directed by Nick Brazinsky.
Yo, this is the one right here. Durk gives us my favorite record from Remember My Name yet — this slammer known as “Don’t I,” featuring his OTF accomplice, Carlito. “Don’t I” sounds great, doesn’t it?
Remember My Name in stores June 2nd. Check out this in-studio video above. It’s great.