Tag: Lil Durk
Directed by Zae.
As promised, Durk offers up the official video for “Fly High” featuring French Montana. This record was one of my favorites from Signed To The Streets 2, so I’m glad to see that it got the visual treatment.
Produced by Metro Boomin.
Fredo’s been working on his Walking Legend project for a while now and he’s almost ready to share the final product. To hold everyone over until he does, Fredo decided to unleash a new collaboration with Lil Durk and producer Metro Boomin — “All I Ever Wanted”.
Walking Legend is scheduled to drop sometime next week, but you can listen to Fredo and Durk’s “All I Ever Wanted” below until it does.
“Fly High” is one of the standout records and one of my personal favorites from Lil Durk’s recently released Signed To The Streets 2 and now, it’s here minus DJ Drama’s tags.
Durk and French connected to shoot the video for this joint a few weeks ago, so look for an official clip to drop soon. Until then, grab the tagless version of Durk and French’s latest collaboration below.
That’s not all though. The entire Signed To The Streets 2 mixtape without any DJ tags can be found right here, thanks to the good people over at DGB.
Last night Curren$y blew through Chicago (see what I did there) for his Drive In Theater Tour, that took over the Metro. The crowd was live, the house was packed, and things got real crazy when Spitta brought Durk to the stage for “Dis Ain’t What You Want.” Durk and Spitta on the same stage? Nah, that is what we wanted.
Yeah I called ya fat, look at me I’m skinny. Here, Durk, Quavo and Cash Out drop their second collaboration of the day with “Skinny.” If you’ve already blown through Durk’s Signed To The Streets 2, then you know this posse has another joint on there. Here they double up with this bouncy new leak. Get thin to this below.
Hosted by DJ Drama and Don Cannon.
The wait’s over. Lil Durk’s follow-up to 2013′s Signed To The Streets and his first full length release of this year is finally here. For Signed To The Streets 2, Durk enlists the help of Cardo, French Montana, Young Chop, Migos, and more.
Eighteen new tracks from Durk? Can’t beat that. This project is also set to hold everyone over until Durk delivers his Def Jam debut later this year. Alright, enough from us — stream/download Signed To The Streets 2 below.
Durk’s Signed To The Streets 2 was supposed to drop yesterday, but the day came and went without Durk’s latest offering. However, as a consolation prize, Durk dropped a new song (which you can hear here) and this new video for “Picture Perfect.” Welcome to the lap of luxury.
Signed To The Streets 2 coming….?
Produced by Chop Squad DJ and Young Chop.
We’ve got good news and better news. We’ll give you the good news first: Lil Durk’s Signed To The Streets 2 isn’t scheduled to hit the e-streets until tomorrow. Got it? Good. Well, here’s the better news: Justin Credible decided to liberate a new joint from Durk and Johnny May to hold people over until it does.
Listen to Durk and May Cash’s “I Go” below.
G Count just dropped a brand new video for his track, “Dat N****” featuring Durk and Herb. With our skyline in view, this fresh new video is a must see. Check it out above.
If you missed the mp3, you can grab it right here. Count’s New Regime project is due out later this year.