Lil Durk

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“Unshackled from any kind of outline, Durk’s pen game shines. His rise was dotted with blood-soaked tales that summarized much of drill’s appeal: ground-level glimpses at Chicago’s South Side that colored in the outline offered by grim murder statistics.” –Pitchfork

“Lil Durk continues to be one of the most consistent rappers out.” – The FADER

“the rose that blossomed from the concrete of Chi-Town’s drill music scene” – Billboard

Press Releases

Lil Durk Mobs in a Mansion, Reveals His Origin Story in “Granny’s Crib”
Lil Durk Contemplates Mortality in the Rain in the “Cross Roads” Video
Lil Durk Teams with 808 Mafia, Shows Off His Bentley in “When I Was Little”
Lil Durk Recruits PartyNextDoor, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Baby, Gunna, and TK Kravitz for the Just Cause Y’all Waited EP
Lil Durk Announces First Project Since Leaving Def Jam, Flexes With Lil Baby in “How Do I” Video, Premiered by Billboard
Durkio-N-Harmony: Lil Durk Shares His Spin on a Rap Classic with “Cross Roads”
Lil Durk Announces Upcoming Durkio Krazy, Produced in Full By DY of 808 Mafia
Lil Durk Pays Tribute to Fredo Santana In His Logic-Remixing “1-(773) Vulture”
Lil Durk Puts the Street Touch On Logic’s “1-800-273-8255”
Lil Durk Rings in 2018 With “India,” a Romantic New Ballad
Chicago and Detroit Unite: Lil Durk & Tee Grizzley Team Up for Bloodas
Lil Durk Stays Fully Strapped In Menacing “No Fear” Video
Lil Durk Celebrates His Birthday With Hard-Hitting Signed To The Streets 2.5
It’s Almost Durk Day… Lil Durk Announces Signed To The Streets 2.5, Shares New Video
Chicago’s Lil Durk Motivates the Hood with the Emotional “Make It Out,” Premiered by XXL
Lil Durk Dresses to Kill with Future and Jeezy in the “Goofy” Video
Lil Durk Recruits Future and Jeezy for Menacing “Goofy” Single, Premiered by Complex
South-Side Melody Master Lil Durk Spotlights His Family on “Nobody Knows,” Premiered by Karen Civil
Chitown Street Heroes Lil Durk and Lil Reese Collaborative Supa Vultures EP, Debuted by Noisey
Lil Durk and Lil Reese Flex in a South-Side Safehouse in “Distance” Video Premiered by The FADER
Drill Rap Pioneers Lil Durk and Lil Reese Connect for the Supa Vultures EP and Shoot From a “Distance” on Their New Single Premiered by Billboard

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