Tag: Lil Durk
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Durk has officially started working on his Def Jam debut, tentatively titled Remember My Name, and decided to document the first studio session for the LP. In the clip above, we get a peak at Durk’s recent trip to the lab and even get to preview three new joints from the OTF/Coke Boys spitter.
Remember My Name coming soon. Stay tuned for more details.
Directed by Zae. Produced by Murda Beatz.
After a few previews, Durk unleashes his latest clip from Signed To The Streets 2. NSFW, depending on where you work. Durk’s next project, Remember My Name, is coming soon.
Produced by Young Chop
Arguably the two Chicago artists with the most chemistry, Lil Durk and Lil Reese, drop off their brand new collabo, “Jack Boys,” not to be confused with Durk’s 2012 track of the same name.
The Jack Boys are on the loose. Stay woke. Young Chop is on the beat. Love seeing the band back together again.
Updated with NO DJ version below.
Produced by Chase Davis.
Tucked away on the L.A. Leakers’ new Leaks Of The Industry ’14 mixtape is new joint from Lil Durk and Migos, which you can check out in it’s entirety below.
Hit the jump and listen to Durk’s latest collaboration with Quavo, Offset and Takeoff.
Directed by Zae
The latest visual treat from Durk’s Signed To The Streets 2 project. You might think you know who did it, but trust you ain’t did shit.
Remember My Name coming soon.
Durk continues his path to superstardom as this evening he dropped by BET’s 106 & Park to talk about a number of things including having a crush on Teyana Taylor, beating Lil Wayne’s and Meek Mill’s DatPiff records with his Signed to the Streets 2 tape and more.
Check it out below.
It’s been a long time coming, but it looks like OTF and GBE have finally made amends. The beef between the two camps started well over a year ago, and boiled over into the music. But tonight it appears cooler heads prevailed, as Lil Durk took to Twitter to announce the two factions are back on peaceful speaking terms — which is great news not only for the music’s sake, but to inspire others to seek peace as well. We hope it’s contagious. From the looks of things, Sly Polaroid played a big part in bringing the two sides together.
Fredo Santana also confirmed the burying of the hatchet, but we’ve yet to hear from Chief Keef. Check out Fredo and Lil Durk’s tweets below.