Tag: Lil Durk
In a move we can’t say we saw coming, it appears Lil Durk has joined forces with French Montana and has become an official member of his Coke Boyz family. What that means exactly, we don’t know, but expect a lot more collabos from Durk, French and Chinx going forward. Perhaps this is a Coke Boyz/OTF merger?
Some of the Chi’s blue chip players are broadening their brands by partnering with more established acts, as just a few weeks back Gucci announced that Keef was now repping the Brick Squad family. Interesting stuff.
— Pecas (@therealpecas) May 21, 2013
French’s Excuse My French is available now. Hit the jump for more tweets and pictures.
Produced by Louis XIII.
Bo Deal and Lil Durk assist BSM’s Haitian Fresh on this new joint from his Beast Mode project, which dropped earlier today. Durk’s Signed To The Streets mixtape and Bo’s Skeletons In My Closet project are both due out soon. Until then, check this joint out below.
Chop recruits Johnny May Cash, Y.B., King Rell and Lil Durk for this new joint, “Ballin’”. Even if you’re ballin’, you’re not ballin’ like Chop, Durk and 8TMG. Don’t believe me? Well, click play and listen for yourself.
And of course, Young Chop’s on the beat.
After dropping off his collaboration with Durk and Bibby last week, DJ Victoriouz comes through with another new joint — “We Don’t F*ck Around”. Vic gets some assistance from Durk and Rondo Numba Nine on this track.
We Mean Biz: The Mixtape is still due out later this year.
Directed by Eif Rivera. Produced by Paris Beuller.
Today we get the visual for the first single from Durk’s forthcoming Def Jam debut. I can assure you that Durk’s mixtape, Signed To The Streets, is on the way, but in the meantime check out this cinematic clip.
You can purchase “Dis Ain’t What U Want” right here, right now.
The Life Is So Exciting Tour just got a little more exciting as Durk will be joining his Def Jam familia Pusha T and Fabolous on the tour’s midwest dates. That’s a pretty dope look. Check out the dates above and be sure to cop tickets when Durk, Fab and Push roll through your area. Durk’s Signed To The Streets mixtape drops later this spring.
Previously: Lil Durk – Dis Ain’t What U Want [Video]
Shot by Rio
The three pillars of Chicago’s street rap scene, King Louie, Chief Keef and Lil Durk, have embarked on a small tour of sorts, entitled the Windy City Drift Tour. These three musketeers will be hitting select markets in the state and across the Midwest, and their first stop was Champaign, IL to rock for the students of U of I.
With GBE, OTF and the MUBU Gang all in the same place at the same time, things were sure to get interesting. Check out what you missed above.
The track is insane, but wait until you see the video. This is one of those situations where, despite the song being great, the video truly brings the track to life. Durk’s “Dis Ain’t What U Want” video is in its final editing stages, but today we have a quick preview for you to prepare for the main course. The video was filmed in and around Durk’s neighborhood, and serves as his first official clip under the Def Jam umbrella.
Produced by Lee Beats.
Lil Durk assists the Slowbucks crew on track two from their freshly released project, All We Got Is Us. Durk’s Signed To The Streets project is coming sooner than you think.
Produced by Johnny Juliano
14 year-old phenom Matti Baybee links with Lil Durk to go on a popping tags adventure with “Shopping Spree.” They definitely burn down the mall with their latest.