Tag: Lil Durk
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The stars aligned for this OTF Coke Boys union between Lil Durk and French Montana for “I’m A Star.” These two have a lengthy track record of banging out dope tracks together, and today they expand their portfolio. Check out their new thumper below.
Producer Odd Couple gives us a high profile leak on this fine Saturday morning, titled “Everything.” It features an odd couple collab of Lil Durk and Alex Wiley. You’re gonna jam this one, and I put that on everything. Check it out underneath.
Durk takes King Louie’s current hit “B.O.N.” and puts his very own OTF spin on it. He addresses rap beef (he doesn’t do it), eating exotic foods with Diddy, shouts out Bump J and the Goon Squad and so much more. “B.O.N.” is incredibly addictive anyway, so it’s nice to hear another artist put their spin on it.
Last week, Lil Durk was arrested in Chicago on weapons charges. Upon his first day in court, the judge ordered him held without bond. Well, it turns out the tables have turned as Durk was released from the bing on bond. Last night, a video surfaced on Instagram of Lil Durk playing with his children, but most speculated it was old footage.
Moments ago, however, Durk took to Instagram to confirm that he is indeed free and out on bond. Durk also speculates that his case will be thrown out and hopes to remain a free man. Welcome home, Durk.
Check out the video below.
Durk had his first appearance in court this afternoon after being arrested early Wednesday morning on weapons charges. The Chicago Tribune was on hand to cover his day in court, and stated that Judge James Brown has denied bail for Lil Durk, claiming he’s violated the terms of his probation. He’s scheduled for another hearing on November 13th.
Chicago rapper Lil Durk was denied bail Thursday after he was charged with weapons violations while on probation for a previous gun charge.
Lil Durk, whose real name is Durk Banks, smiled at his wife and two sisters as he was led back into lock-up after a brief hearing.
“He’s not guilty,” his wife said outside the courtroom. “He’s happy his family was here supporting him but not happy being here.”
Durk, 22, was charged with unlawful use of a weapon by a felon after police found him in a home Wednesday with two loaded handguns.
Judge James Brown ruled that the arrest violated terms of the probation he received in August when he pleaded guilty to tossing a loaded gun into the back seat of car as officers approached him. The judge ordered him held without bail for the probation violation and scheduled another hearing for Nov. 13.
Durk’s attorney, Sam Adam Jr., argued that he client should be released, noting he is a lifelong resident of Chicago, supports three children and has a contract with Def Jam records…
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It’s a Dreamchasers and Coke Boys affair once again as Omelly and Lil Durk connect in the official video for “What You Sayin”, which originally appeared on Omelly’s Gunz & Butter mixtape.
Check out the clip above. If you missed the mp3, grab it here.
Man, this sucks. The Chicago Tribune is reporting that Lil Durk has been arrested, yet again, on weapons charges in Chicago. He’s due back in court today. This can’t be good:
Chicago rapper Lil Durk is due in court Thursday charged with weapons violations, just months after pleading guilty to gun charges and vowing never to appear in a courtroom again.
Lil Durk, 22, whose real name is Durk Banks, was arrested after Chicago gang officers went to a home in Orland Hills about 5 a.m. Wednesday while investigating a homicide, according to the arrest report.