Tag: Lil Durk
DJ Pharris brings out Lil Durk. Lil Durk brings out his OTF crew, which includes Boss Top, JB Bin Laden, Prince Dre, Lil Varney and Edai. And this motley crew collides to make a new anthem for the new year, dedicated to the city we call home: “Welcome To Chicago.” These fellas welcome us to the Chi, and all the joy and tragedy that comes with it. The beautiful struggle.
Check out this welcoming committee below.
Winter just got a bit more exciting, as Lil Durk and his OTF family will soon be headed to a town near year. Yeah, that’s right, Durk is set to embark on a roughly 20 city domestic tour, bouncing around the country.
Durk kicks off the tour on January 30th in Saint Louis, and closes up shop on March 7th in Delaware. Not coming to your town? Don’t fret, because Durk tells us these are only about half the dates he has planned for the winter/spring. So stay tuned, and keep an eye on his various pages for ticketing info.
Directed by Zae. Produced by Dree The Drummer.
Durk’s long-awaited video for “Lil N*ggaz,” featuring Migos and Ca$h Out, finally arrives today. This joint was one of standouts and one of my personal favorites from Signed To The Streets 2, which you can grab here.
Something new/unreleased from Rowdy Rebel and Lil Durk, courtesy of DJ JP. This joint originally surfaced back in October without Durk, but the full version is now on the e-streets.
Check out what Durk and Rowdy cooked up below. Props to TNT for the heads up.
Earlier this week, Lil Durk took a trip down to the A to shoot the visual for his single with ATLiens Cash Out and the Migos, “Lil N****.” Be sure to check out it on Durk’s recent release, Signed To The Streets 2. Hopefully this is the set up for Durk’s Def Jam debut, which is due out later this year on Def Jam Recordings.
Look for the Zae-directed clip to hit within the coming weeks. It’s a family affair.
Durk and DeJ. DeJ and Durk. Today we finally get their long awaited collabo with the remix of Durk’s “What You Do To Me.” This is a Midwest connect of epic proportions. Check out the new joint below from the rumored couple. Will art imitate life? I guess we’ll find out soon enough.
Only Lil Mouse could bring back together King Louie and Lil Durk. And yes, all three of these gentlemen were in the lab together to make this magic happen. Durk, Mouse and Louie on the same track? This is actual facts — and it’s great to see these guys coming together.
So enjoy this final leak from Lil Mouse’s Mouse Trap II, which drops later today.
Shouts to DJ Bandz
Produced by Young Chop
Durk continues to push his 2014 endeavor, Signed To The Streets 2, with this super clean new video for “I Made It.” Nothing better than looking your Mom, your girl, your people and/or you enemies in the eyes and telling them “I Made It.” Success is the best revenge, and Durk is getting plenty.
Rumors have swirled over the past few months that Durk and DeJ were an item. And item on the romantic tip, that is. But we can’t confirm on our end. However, once the new record from these two drops, I’m sure they’ll set the record straight.
Today, Durk unleashed the official artwork for the single, which will be released within the next few weeks. It’s the remix of Durk’s “What You Do To Me,” which features the Detroit princess DeJ Loaf. If they’re not feeling each other, you wouldn’t be able to tell from the texts on the artwork (courtesy of ALLBLCK).
Stay tuned for more details.